Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Senior .NET Developer Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 days – interviewed at EPAM (Kiev (Ukraine)) in March 2012.
Recruiter has contacted me via Skype and we had a quick conversation regarding current vacancies and my desire to make an interview. We talked about 10-15 minutes and decided to ahve an interview for the next day with project managers.
The interview with project managers took about 2 hours but it was very great. Project managers asked everything they needed for the project: previous experience, skills, English level, wishes, preferences and so on. Then they described their projects, customers and clients, development process, career growth opportunities. I could ask what I want to know. I had a good time with those guys to talk to them.
After technical interview I had another quick conversation with human resources girl and she gave some additional information about the company and her experience working there. She also gave information about different benefites and bonuses as well as described career growth differentiation.
The next day there was some overhead in time with department manager and in 2 days they sent me an offer to accept or decline.
I did not go to Kiev, so I had remote interviews which was a very big advantage for me (I did not need to spend 2 days for going to Kiev and back).
I negotiated very good salary and a standard package for employees. I also asked for free enterprise apartment (they have few such apartments) for the first month while I will look for a rented apartment. I could even ask for relocation compensation, but at that point in time I did not need that.