Authority Partners Team Stories Evgeny Statkovskiy

We start the new year 2021 with the story of Evgeny Statkovskiy, a Software Engineer at AP from Russia. His passion for IT started when he was a kid and got his first computer. Since then, he decided to wake up every day to make our world a little better using his talents in the software development industry.

Evgeny shared how he got interested in technology, his view on AP culture, integration spirit, recruitment process, the path to success in AP, feeling behind his work, and tips for those planning to apply for a job at AP.

AP: What is the most interesting thing about your country?

ES: Russia is the largest country in the world, located between West and East. It will take 13 hours to fly from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok – two opposite cities of the country. This defines our cultural difference as a country that accumulates different European and East traditions.

AP: How did you initially get interested in technology?

ES: I had happy and warm childhood with bicycles, playing football outdoor and of course computers. Some children like me discovered something really special and exited in the world of computers and decided to become a part of it. Several years later, at high school, few other students and I were designing an auto-driving car prototype, and that was when I realized that my field of study is a future.

AP: What’s your role at Authority Partners?

ES: I’m working as a software engineer in the AP team. My daily routine includes discussing and analyzing requirements within the team, the software implementation, and demoing results to the client.

AP: Why did you decide to apply to work at Authority Partners?

ES: Authority partners is a really special company where workers are considered talented individuals rather than “resources.” This creates a trusted community of professionals with special culture and integration spirit. The company clearly defines goals and strategy and allows everyone to become a part of the success.

AP: How did the recruitment process go for you?

ES: It was a series of friendly interviews when I and the company tried to understand if we could both benefit from our cooperation.

AP: What do you wish you’d known when you started the process?

ES: Don’t hesitate to contact your teammates. Together you can achieve goals faster and learn more interesting things.

AP: What was your path to success in AP?

ES: Don’t be afraid of difficult tasks. Use every opportunity to learn. Build trust and professional relationships with everyone.

AP: What inspires you to come in every day?

ES: This little feeling that my actions lead the world to a more organized and pleasing place.

AP: What would be your pitch for someone interested in applying for a job at AP?

ES: The world is changing, and modern information technologies is a driver of this change. Want to be a part of this exited process?

AP: Do you have any tips you’d like to share with those who are planning to apply for a job at AP?

ES: You just need a good plan and passion. Keep learning new things, evolve as a professional, and the company will be interested in you.

AP: Thank you!