Frequently asked questions
How many developers are on the Kitestring team? Currently we have over 150 people (and growing) and are expanding our services into new areas that our IT Partners are asking for.
What skillsets are commonly asked of Kitestring candidates? Typically technical and dev-centered, position demand has expanded broadly to include:
Support and Release roles
All Dev Lifecycle
What is the average amount of experience I need? We hire junior, intermediate, and senior developer roles as our partners request it. We think that experience is a big deal, but the best experience you bring isn't always measured in time. Tell us about your experience.
How many years of experience does Kitestring have in professional services? Founded in 1998, we've been doing this for over 20 years.
How difficult is the interview process at Kitestring? Our process is fairly standard -- we'll meet by phone, test your basic knowledge with an online assessment, and then do a technical interview. The final step is for our partner teams to meet you and briefly assess the match of skillsets. Boom. Start on Monday.
How long do our employees stay in their roles? As long as you want to -- Kitestring wants you to do what's best for your career, and everyone here knows that "happier" means "more engaged." That being said, over 98% of our teammates are still in their roles, and some have been with us for over 18 years. Read why.
Where do Kitestring employees work? Is remote work possible? Most teammates are embedded within the project teams because it translates to better communication and higher bandwidth. Ultimately, our partners make the call on work location.
How do benefits line up and what's different about Kitestring's package? Our employee compensation is unbeatable. Our client costs are also incredibly low. How? What makes Kitestring a great employer is what makes us a great partner. This is the KiteString difference -- ask us more.
How often are position offers accepted by candidates? Nearly all of them, for the above reason (and because good people enjoy working with good people).