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Associate Consultant at Infusion
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Salary range: $$$
Number of Reviews: 6
Popularity on RateMyCoopJob: 932 clicks
Job Description: Essentially you get to choose (or are assigned) one of two practices, the Smart Client practice and the Web practice. Job description will be based on what project(s) you get put on.
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3.0_stars
"Great company culture. Free food most weeks."

over 2 years ago

$$$$
Based on $1000/week
4.5_stars
"Second term here. Still great company. This term, people knew me already, and trusted the quality of my work. Played a big role for both big (ex. Michelin) and small projects (ex. an internal reddit-esque link aggregation site), and got to play with a ton of different tech - Angular, ASP.NET MVC, Sitecore, Node.js, Socket.io, list goes on. Guys are still great, nice people."

over 2 years ago

$$$$
Based on $1025/week
4.5_stars
"Second term here. Still great company. This term, people knew me already, and trusted the quality of my work. Played a big role for both big (ex. Michelin) and small projects (ex. an internal reddit-esque link aggregation site), and got to play with a ton of different tech - Angular, ASP.NET MVC, Sitecore, Node.js, Socket.io, list goes on. Guys are still great, nice people."

over 2 years ago

$$$$
Based on $1025/week
0.5_stars
"sux"

almost 3 years ago

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Based on $2/week
4.5_stars
"Really friendly people who are very willing to help you out and teach you. Great community. Project I got assigned to was pretty rough, though, and the pay is salaried, not hourly, so working overtime doesn't mean more pay. Still greatly enjoyed it, though. Will be going back next term. My salary rate was coming out of 2A."

about 3 years ago

$$$
Based on $920/week
5.0_stars
"Overall, the workplace has amazing culture. All the staff are very friendly, perhaps over-encouraging, and love to provide help. There is free food for some kind of event 1-5 times a week. Personally, I was doing mostly development work (js frameworks and .NET) and a little bit of network administering. Depending on your interests and skills, you can end up focusing on either web-related dev or smart client dev. A definite perk here is that you get assigned to a wide variety of projects and get to experience different technologies (unless you get unlucky and get assigned to an epic level project that lasts your entire term)."

over 3 years ago

$$$$
Based on $1000/week