Our studios are located in: Saint-Jérôme and Montreal in Québec, Canada; and another in Kawasaki, Japan. For more information, please refer to the “Contact Us” section.
Enzyme has up to 350 employees from all around the world.
Salary is based on a varying scale and is related to internal and external equity principles. Your salary will therefore be in accordance with the salary scale in place, depending on your position, experience and profile. Enzyme also offers many interesting social benefits.
There is no specific dress code at Enzyme. Our playful and laid-back environment leaves a certain liberty in terms of clothing. Vulgar, revealing and/or explicit clothing is however prohibited.
An application will be kept in our database until you tell us you are no longer available. However, for highly coveted positions, it is recommended to update your application every 6 months to keep a certain priority.
Your login and your password have been provided by email when you first filled out the pre-selection tests. Your login is usually your email address.
If you have connection difficulties, do not hesitate to contact us directly at email@example.com.
For any information concerning your application file, contact a member of our Human Resources department via email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To work at Enzyme, you need Canadian citizenship, permanent residency or a valid work permit.
At Enzyme, bilingualism is not required, but highly recommended.
For testing positions, writing and reading skills in English are required as all client communication is done in English.
For linguistic testing, mother tongue mastery is an additional selection criterion.
For any other position, English may be required depending on the responsibilities and tasks related to that position.
To apply for an internship at Enzyme (multimedia, translation, human resources, administration, IT), you can fill out an application form under the “Careers” tab or by clicking here.
Fill out the required fields and carefully select “Other” in the “Position” field. Specify the internship and domaine you are applying for.
You will be contacted if there are any availabilities in your field of competence.
Yes, all hired employees must attend a paid training session over a period of four (4) days. The training will help you understand your role and let you exercise your future functions at Enzyme. The training includes theory and practical activities on testing tools, quality testing procedures, process mastering, company policies, etc.
Depending on the needs, a member of our Human Resources department will contact you by phone for a phone interview. After this, if you still meet the selection requirements, a personal interview will be organized. The personal interview is the last step of the selection process.
Yes, you can re-apply for the same position 6 months after the previous application.
Please note that the rejection of an application for a specific position does not prevent you from applying for another position right away, or for the same position if you have acquired more skills and experience in the meantime.
Once the tests are corrected, an automatic message will be posted on the page where you completed the tests, indicating if you passed or failed.
To see this message, you must connect to the same page you connected to to do the tests, using the same login and password. Tests are usually corrected within 14 days. There will be no notes or explanations about the test results, no matter the circumstances.
Yes, you can apply for multiple positions at the same time. If you do so, we may contact you more than once.
Following the receipt of your application, we will proceed to analyze your profile. If you are selected, you will receive an email explaining the next steps to follow for the pre-selection tests.
Please note that if you apply for an administrative position and you are selected, a member of our Human Resources department will contact you directly by phone.
To apply for a posted position, click here to find a list of available positions. You can click on the description of the position to get more information, and if you are interested, click on “Apply Now”. Fill out the required fields and attach your CV in the appropriate place.
To send in your CV without applying for any particular position, click here.
Functionality Testers must detect various functionality bugs in video games on different platforms while following a test plan. This position calls for a passion for video games and great observational skills.
Linguistic Testers must detect various linguistic issues (grammar, syntax, spelling, punctuation, etc.) within video games. They master their mother tongue and are familiar with the world of video games.