STEM @ OCBC
Dell Augmented Hack
Hack-Hire supports OCBC Bank to continually build capabilities in their business by attracting the best talent to join them in driving transformation using data and technology.
We co-designed the evaluation process for the STEM@OCBC programme for OCBC. This is is a structured 16 or 22 week credit bearing internship custom designed for students in the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Applications were processed at scale via an automated evaluation platform that sought to evaluate candidates in a range of digital proficiencies. Shortlisted candidates will go through a full day Hackathon style assessment, and the selected students will get to experience two business attachments in the Analytics and Coding tracks.
Through this programme, Hack-Hire has managed to uncover the digital proficiencies of candidates at scale.
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Dell Technologies, one of the largest technology corporations in the world, was looking to expand their Experience Innovation Group (EIG) in Singapore. The EIG team is focused on developing new concepts on the Future of Work, by creating superior products and augmented experiences for the unique needs of an ever changing workforce.
We designed the Dell Augmented Hackathon with the aim of discovering innovative and entrepreneurial talent from all over Southeast Asia through an online evaluation and an in-person Hackathon. We have managed to bring in 450 submissions, to fill a total of 20 full-time positions in Dell EIG.
Hardware Embedded Engineers
Grab AI for S.E.A.
Leading tech unicorn Grab looked to expand its Data & AI team to develop new solutions to urban problems faced in Southeast Asia, and impact millions of lives across the region.
The first Grab AI for S.E.A. challenge was designed to identify and test the best Data & AI talents across Asia and shortlist the top 50 candidates to fill the following positions:
Machine Learning Engineers
We designed a tech hiring challenge that reached over 25,000 people across 40 countries, and drew active participation from over 1,400 talented individuals.
In under two months, we helped Grab identify 50 top candidates who were offered full-time positions in the company.