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    How We Hire

    We admit it, we’re selective about the Team Members we invite to join Dynamic Risk.


    Step 1: First Contact: You’ve reached out to us in response to an opening, or maybe you’ve heard about the work we do or the culture we’ve created. We might have gone looking for you or maybe you’ve been referred to us. However you land at our front door, we’re happy you are here.


    Step 2: Initial Review: We conduct a thorough review of your qualifications and experience to assess fit to our opportunities. For some, this means they proceed to Step 3, for others, we add them to our Talent Community and regularly review them against our hiring needs.


    Step 3: Getting to Know You: What are you looking for? What experience have you gained? What do you know about Dynamic Risk? These are a few questions we ask in our first screening interview as you share your story and your career aspirations.


    Step 4: Getting into the Details: This is often your first introduction to our hiring team. Now that we know a bit more about you, in this step we dig into your industry and discipline knowledge and technical skills. This touch point helps us determine if you meet the requirements of the role. For our junior roles, we make our decision at this stage.


    Step 5: Show us What you’ve Got: For some of our intermediate and all of our senior roles we ask you to prepare a short presentation for us. This helps us understand how you handle yourself when all eyes are on you.


    Step 6: The Offer: We begin with the end in mind with the presentation of a Term Sheet. This gives us a chance to make sure we are aligned on the big items – salary, start date, and responsibilities. We then speak with your references, conduct background screening and when we have the all clear, you are presented with employment documents.


    Step 7: On Boarding: A bespoke on-boarding plan is created for you. In addition to introducing you to the Company and how we do things, during the first month, we schedule touch points for you with key individuals and departments you’ll work most closely with.

    Talent Spotlight
    Adrian Day

    1. Introduce yourself and elaborate on your career at Dynamic Risk? How long have you been a team member at Dynamic Risk?

    I am a Senior Project Manager at Dynamic Risk, having been with the company since August 2014. I have an educational background in Computer Engineering and Philosophy, which I greatly enjoyed. I previously worked as a Systems Engineer in the domain of public transit and fleet management. Being a Project Manager at Dynamic Risk is great because I get to work with a broad variety of people, clients, projects, and technology.

    2. What is the best career advice you’ve ever been given?

    Seek inspiration in your job and ensure you find alignment with what is important to you. Also, always be open to learning something new. This is helpful to me because sometimes in the rush of day to day work-life, it is easy to lose sight of that connection to why my work is important. Working with purpose keeps me motivated and on track.

    3. Which project are you most proud of and why?

    I am most proud of my work with Enbridge supporting their ILI project. Dynamic Risk’s role has evolved significantly over the years and I have been involved with loading, aligning, and sentencing Enbridge ILI data. We play an important role in assisting the Enbridge Planning and Integrity teams in maintaining safe operational lines. There is a renewed focus on ensuring the teams have access to integrated data sets to make informed decisions and IRAS is a key piece of this important work.

    4. How do you help our clients innovate?

    I’m fortunate to be in regular contact with clients who frequently share goals they would like to achieve or challenges to overcome. Given my familiarity with their needs and the broad capability of the team at Dynamic Risk and the IRAS suite, I can help facilitate innovation by bringing together technical expertise, technology, and a problem-solving mindset. Having the space to bounce ideas off each other and think creatively is critical.

    5. Do you have any tips for those working remotely?

    Take time throughout the day to stand-up, move, get fresh air. Being purposeful with small breaks is more important at home where every meeting is in the same room versus the office, where I would be constantly moving from meeting to meeting. Also, turning on the webcam is nice when connecting with your coworkers and it helps to be more actively present when participating in virtual meetings.

    6. Can you tell us something interesting about yourself?

    In August 2007, I attempted a solo bike ride from Calgary to Vancouver and made it most of the way. I had to call it quits at Merritt, British Columbia due to an IT band injury and as a result, also hitchhiked for the first time!