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“Our strategic goal is to develop FTIAS to be the leading business process outsourcing company for the clients of today and tomorrow.”

THE RECRUITMENT LIFE-CYCLE

1. Apply

We are delighted you are interested in FTIAS and want to thank you for applying to work with us. Within a period of two weeks you should be updated on whether or not the selection committee has decided to move forward with your application. If you did not hear from us, we would like to apologise and ask you to contact us through careers@ftias.com, to rectify this shortcoming and get in touch.

2. Meet us

We are awesome people and would like to get to know you more! Our recruiters will call you to let you know that you have been shortlisted and would like to get to know you more, through an interview to understand further what are you after. The Managers or Superiors from the respective teams join in to discuss your skills and abilities in relation to the role itself.

For some roles, you are required to do a simulation exercise, which includes practical questions related to the role you will be applying for. This will determine whether you are a good fit for the job.

3. Meet us

What do people say about you? We always ask for Reference Letters from someone you know or past employments, during interviews. Do not worry much, we will not be asking you to request your current employer to do so! Our recruiters might ask you to provide contact details of the referees too.

4. Success

Our recruiters will get back to you with feedback on the interview, by either phone or email, and provide you with a job offer. All documentation (such as contract will be sent via email as we are a paperless company. You are one-step closer in starting your dream career…

 

5. Welcome on-board

Finally, welcome to the fam bam! This is another crucial stage in the recruitment life cycle process. Onboarding takes time and commitment with the goal being to make the new colleague feel welcomed by their new co-workers, and to help them fit in with the company culture for a successful end to the recruitment life cycle process. A Company Induction training will be provided on your first day followed by a training plan in relation to your new role, which will make you feel at ease with the surrounding! Don’t worry, we make sure this process is fun!

Our Recruiters

Our Recruiters

How to be prepared?

It is simple…just focus on what motivates you, why you want to join FTIAS, and what attracted you to join our team! Get to know our recruiters better and see what they have to say before meeting them.

Alexander Barbara

Alexander Barbara first joined the company as a summer worker in 2007 and continued doing this for a number of years during his studies at the University of Malta where he was reading for studies in Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) with specialisation in Marketing.

As a summer worker, Alexander helped with data processing duties; he was promoted to Technician in 2008. In October, 2011, through demonstrated reliability and trustworthiness, he was promoted to Supplier Relations Officer, and in October, 2012, his designation was changed to Corporate Communications Officer to reflect his on-the-job responsibilities. Alexander was offered in October 2014 the position of Corporate Communications Administrator where he was responsible for the Company’s corporate communications duties including branding and Public Relations. Following a Company restructuring, in December 2017, Alex was appointed HR and Corporate Communications Team Leader followed by his current designation as Human Resources Manager as at 1st January 2020 overseeing all functions in Human Resources Team including Corporate Communications, Training and Payroll.

 

As a summer worker, Alexander helped with data processing duties; he was promoted to Technician in 2008. In October, 2011, through demonstrated reliability and trustworthiness, he was promoted to Supplier Relations Officer, and in October, 2012, his designation was changed to Corporate Communications Officer to reflect his on-the-job responsibilities. Alexander was offered in October 2014 the position of Corporate Communications Administrator where he was responsible for the Company’s corporate communications duties including branding and Public Relations. Following a Company restructuring, in December 2017, Alex was appointed HR and Corporate Communications Team Leader followed by his current designation as Human Resources Manager as at 1st January 2020 overseeing all functions in Human Resources Team including Corporate Communications, Training and Payroll.

Important tips from our recruiters

Alexander Barbara : Human Resources and Corporate Communications Manager

Take the time to read thoroughly about our Company and what we do. A candidate who research a company prior to the interview shows preparation and initiative, attributes which are very sought after by our organisation.