I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Epic in March 2013.
Interview Details –
1. Submitted my resume in a career fair in university
2. Online personality test
3. Phone interview approx 30 mins asking about my resume and other hr questions
4. Proctored exam approx 2-3 hours long about computer programming, the questions are okay but one question in programming part I find to be difficult. you are being evaluated based on speed/time and accuracy.
5. On-site interview with more exams for half-day, flight and hotel expense paid by Epic. Has optional dinner with other candidates on the night before. Interview with current reporting engineer there and hr. had tour of the place/campus and their software. took math and english assessments. Bring three references and completed application form.
I thought I did great. Didn't even get nervous during the interview.
Received a voicemail one week after the on-site interview saying that they moved on with other candidates, the reason? they said it's confidential.
Pros: Food is alright, though I've found myself eating out more often than not, especially during after normal operating hours. Otherwise, it's a hike to trek across campus to get some grub. – Full Review
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