HighWire Press, Inc is a silicon valley based USA Company which provides publishers and professional organisations with technology solutions to disseminate world-leading scholarly, scientific, technical and medical research.
The company has expanded their business by establishing a new Centre of Excellence in Northern Ireland which will see the creation of 74 new jobs over the next three years. The Belfast office will include global leadership for technology and customer support teams to rapidly expand platform development capabilities and work more directly with European publishers and societies.
The HighWire Academy, which is supported by the Department for Employment and Learning, is an intensive five week training programme focusing on ICT and Drupal Development skills, an open source content management system. The training will provide 14 graduates with the skills required to be considered for a specialist Drupal role within the company. Successful Academy participants will have the potential offer of employment. The selection process will include a questionnaire and an interview.
Training for successful applicants will take place in the Greater Belfast/North Down area. Applicants must hold a third level certification with a least 50% Computer Science or IT. Previous experience is not required but candidates should have a deep understanding of how the web works. For the duration of the programme participants will be paid £150 training allowance per week.
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For the duration of the training element of the programme, participants will be paid £150 attendance based training allowance per week. Successful applicants claiming Job Seekers Allowance should complete a “Better Off Calculation” (www.entitledto.co.uk) before proceeding with the programme.
Applications are welcome from those who meet the criteria irrespective of religious belief, political opinion, age, sexual orientation, disability, race, marital status, gender, whether or not they have dependents and women returning to the workplace.
Psychometrics are assessments which measure individual differences in many areas including personality, motivation, aptitude and abilities.
Psychometric assessments are a common part of the selection process and enable organisations to better understand candidates and determine if they have the skills for the job.
For best results, Mindmill recommend the assessments are completed in a test-like environment. Any possible distractions should be turned off, for example mobile phones, TV, music. Concentration is needed throughout the assessments, so if you are completing it at home or work, ensure other people are aware they should not disturb you until you are finished.
Candidates will not receive their individual results on the assessments. All candidates will be informed if they have met the criteria or failed to meet the criteria by a standardised email only.
Candidates can review the practice test booklet on this website. Candidates can look through the relevant assessments on the practice booklet to familiarise themselves with the type of questions they will be asked on the day of testing. During the actual test, candidates will also be given practice questions before each assessment to ensure they understand the questions before beginning the timed assessment.
No. The Mindmill Cognitive Assessments have been developed by item generation theory which indicates new questions can appear for every test. There are no right or wrong answers in personality questionnaires. Mindmill Personality questionnaire has inbuilt warning mechanisms to determine results which may have been distorted or faked.
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For optimum performance it is advised that all assessments should be completed in one session. This should be carried out under test conditions; a quiet environment with no interruptions. However, if a situation arises where the assessments cannot be fully completed by a candidate, they can log back into the system at another time and continue from the last fully completed assessment.
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