International Game Technology
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at International Game Technology
- Software Engineer (8)
- Software Engineer II (6)
- Analyst (3)
- Systems Engineer (3)
- Software Engineer III (2)
- Software Engineer IV (2)
- Project Manager (2)
- Senior Financial Analyst (1)
- Executive Assistant (1)
- Financial Analyst (1)
- SAP Basis Administrator (1)
- Computer Support Analyst (1)
- QA Engineer (1)
- Customer Service Representative (1)
- Manager (1)
- Supervisor (1)
- Technical Trainer II (1)
- Software Engineer (Product Assurance Engineer II) (1)
- Software Engineer, Product Assurance II (1)
- Software Engineer, Product Assurance I (1)
- Flash Game Engineer (1)
- Production Manager and Scheduler (1)
- Product Assurance I (1)
- Senior Platform Developer (1)
- WPF UI Engineer (1)
- PA Engineer II (1)
- Head of Field Marketing - U S Region (1)
- Software Engineer I (1)
- Intern (1)
- Market Researcher (1)
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Software Engineer, Product Assurance I Interview
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks – interviewed at International Game Technology in August 2011.
1st call - Interview scheduled as well as some questions about my background experience, both work and education.
Interview (2 Managers : Me) - Questions about my education in Video Game Software Development. Also some questions about my most recent work experience developing, redesigning and debugging web sites, web applications, and iPhone applications. Was told the job would likely go from simple testing, hands on to developing and programming as well. Sort of a hybrid position or programming and testing would be a likely future possibility for my career path. The company was interested in my testing _and_ programming experience as a package, and would not have contacted me if I had only one or the other.
The Interview was short and sweet as far as I remember. 10 minutes, brief question and answer. Though, I believe my answers were prime and to the point, satisfactorily.
You will sense that they are simply trying to read your character more so than get "the right answers" from you. Making lots of eye contact and solid body gestures were key in the interview, like usual.
- N/A Answer Question
Their offer was relatively healthy and my job at the moment of the offer was paying significantly lower. Took the Offer and Ran!