At what level is our English?
Do all of our staff speak fluent English? Of course not. But everyone knows this language as much as is required by the extent of his or her contact with a client. Our linguistic competence is presented below in detail.
|The position and extent of contact with a client||Knowledge of English (according to the Common European Framework levels)|
|Project Manager – with the current contact with a client||C1-C2|
|Software Architect and Senior IT Developer – people designing solutions and managing a team of programmers, who from time to time, mainly on technical issues, are in contact with a client||B2-C2 (very good knowledge of technical terminology in English)|
|IT Developer||A2-C2 (good knowledge of technical terminology in English)|
You may ask how does it happen that both our project managers and IT developers speak English at the proficiency level? The answer is simple. We strive to employ people with as good knowledge of English as possible. In the case of managers we set requirements for knowledge of English. However, when it comes to IT developer positions we did not forget that our workers above all must be good programmers. So sometimes it happens that we employ IT developers with perfect English, but more often their English is average or even poor. We accept that fact as all of our employees attend English lessons run at Fild.NET. Thanks to that they are able to improve their English significantly in a short time. You should also remember that we always try to apply appropriate resources to the tasks.