I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC.
Interview Details – Had a phone interview with a recruiter first. I was then asked to come in to the office where I interviewed with three different people.
Interview Question – Difference between an inner join and an outer join Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC.
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I applied through my university's career website and got a call about a week later. I did a phone interview then went into HQ for an interview with the execs.
It was nice to see the execs cared about meeting prospective employees fresh out of college. But the actual interviews with them were revealing. My supposed 'technical interview' was with an executive who had not done programming in years. He asked me to explain what Github was. This is very ironic considering the 5 hours I spent there they preached about adapting to new technologies and challenges.
I didn't get an offer from them but I think it's because I've never programmed in java. I was frankly surprised I got as far as I did considering everything they build is in java.
PS some programs (like the one I was applying for) require you to do a two week bootcamp in Dayton. They don't explain this up front. There is nothing to do in Dayton.
Interview Question – Write a SQL join statement Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC.
Interview Details – An initial phone screen with a HR rep, got invited to the office. Chat with the same rep for over an hour about the company. Then spoke to a developer who wasn't very friendly. He just didn't seem like he was having a good day and it rubbed on me.
Interview Question – What can you tell me about Hibernate. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC in October 2012.
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I was first contacted by a recruiter through my University's database. Unfortunately, I had moved but I went forward with the phone interview and found out that they had a branch location nearby and was put in touch with the recruiter here.
I had a 1:1 interview locally. Culture-wise it felt very corporate and the benefits levels seemed rather dubious. You're ranked by percentile with several different criteria by an automated HR system. It sounded like one or two of the variables were reserved for manager reviews, but the others such as billable client hours are all done automatically. Perhaps that works, perhaps it doesn't depending on the project, I can't say. But something for you to think about.
Interview Question – The interview was laid back and I was not asked any difficult or unexpected questions that go beyond the typical interviews that I have experienced. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC in June 2012.
Interview Details – The process started out well with the internal recruiter that I found on LinkedIn, she provided information and was quick to reply to emails. I was scheduled for a phone interview with a project manager who indicated that he would not be making a decision but simply evaluate me. The interviewer was not engaged and seemed to want to end the call almost immediately. He did not ask me about my skills or technical knowledge. He did not even give me the opportunity to ask him any questions. I wrote the prospect of working for Sogeti after the interview; between the reviews on this website and the interview I decided my talents can be used by a more serious IT company.
Interview Question – Tell me about yourself was the only question asked. View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC in April 2011.
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I got this interview via a career fair on my campus. I was told on the day of the interview they would be in touch the following week. Long story short after a month of "we'll let you know next week", I stopped calling and never heard from them again.
The interview consisted of three parts; only one of them consisted of technical questions. These were easy, generic OOP and SQL concepts. Overall the experience was very pleasant, low key, and friendly... I'm rather disappointed that the recruiter would not return my calls.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC in February 2011.
Interview Details – There was an initial interview with two people. After the initial interview they invite you to the office in phoenix to interview with 3+ people. There were no hard technical questions. Most of the questions consisted of why I was interested in Sogeti. Other than that the interview consisted in them explaining what Sogeti does.
Interview Question – What is the difference between an inner join and outer join in SQL? Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Sogeti USA LLC in December 2010.
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Had a great phone interview with follow up 1:1 meeting to be scheduled. I didn't hear from the recruiter for over a week. I called to clarify next steps and received no contact from the recruiter/company. I'm surprised by this behavior and it's extremely unprofessional. Stay away.
Interview Question – What are you looking for? Tell me about past experiences. Answer Question
- Great benefits (100% paid health insurance, 150% 401K match up to 6%, profit sharing directly deposited to 401K, bonus program up to $20K per year)
- Training is available for all types of disciplines and certifications
- 100% reimbursement for… – Full Review
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