Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Helpful (1)No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Amadeus (Worcester, MA) in March 2012.
The interview consisted 1:1 with 5 Team Lead Engineers and Director of Engineering. The Director of Engineering is very friendly and smart. The 1:1 was entirely filled with technical questions on Java, C++ and SQL. The office is small and has a mundane atmosphere. This is an R&D branch and therefore they are busy with product development. Hiring decisions are extremely slow. Overall, the interview was nice but administration could have been better.
- Questions on Java and C++ basically. Answer Question
- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Amadeus (Chicago, IL) in June 2010.
Everyone that I encountered during the interview process was very professional. The HR team based out of Miami was nice, but seemed to be a step behind on everything (maybe not their fault). The interviews were pretty standard fare, but challenging due to some of the accents that were encountered.
- What negative impressions do you have of Amadeus based on what you have seen of heard of the company prior to talking to us directly? Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Better opportunity came along.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Amadeus (Miami, FL) in May 2010.
Initial interview will be with HR. Once you get past HR the hiring manager or managers will interview you.
- Any question in reference to web services and or mobile applications. 1 Answer
Low starting salary but raised it to fair market value. Added sign on bonus.
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through other source – interviewed at Amadeus (Antibes (France)).
j'ai eut 4 entretiens sur le site de sophia antipolis: 1 RH et 3 Techniques. L'entretien RH s'est très mal passé, la personne était d'une méchanceté injustifiés avec tous les candidats. De plus elle ne savait pas analyser les réponses des candidats. En outre elle place la chaise LOIN d'elle pour éviter que vous "prenier son espace vitale " ( distance 3-4 m) et il ne fallait pas du tout bouger la chaise, même de quelques cm. Les entretiens étaient plus traditionnels néanmoins aucun ne connaissaient le poste pour lequel les candidats étaient là. Un gros problème d'organisation.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Amadeus.
The process generally starts with a telephonic round of interview, which generally lasts for half an hour. Not standard process here. All depends on the interviewer. Second will be a face to face round technical, third is the manager round and finally the director round.
- Questions are generally language and technology specific, not much about data structures and algorithms. Answer Question
Helpful (1)No OfferPositive Experience
Tres informative et agreable, personnel gentil et toujours pret a repondre aux emails. Il y a un phase de interview par telephone, apres des tests en ligne et en fin des interviews avec de managers de l' enterprise
- Donne moi un example de application du voyage 1 Answer
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Amadeus.
Tests préliminaires réalisés chez soi en se connectant sur une plate forme sécurisée. Les tests portaient sur les capacités de compréhension de texte, de calcul mathématique et de compétences en anglais. Deuxième partie: les entretiens face à face: Amadeus fait venir le candidat pour lui faire passer plusieurs entretiens: 1 entretien psychologique pour faire le point sur les résultats des tests préliminaires, 1 entretien RH et un entretien technique avec le senior manager qui sera son futur N+2
- Qu'est ce que vous connaissez d'Amadeus? 1 Answer
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Amadeus (Sydney (Australia)) in July 2015.
I applied online on Sep 2014, I got call on Sep 2014, then they didnt contact me. When I contacted back, there was no reply. Afterwards, I got call on June 2014. It was telephonic interview, where interviewer asked about project. He then asked a problem: There are two teams, arrange the list for a photo shoot such that tall stands back. After 1 week, there was in person interview. ON the recruitment day there was multiple choice questions in c++ 20 questions, standard: very easy. Then there was face to discussion with 4 people : team managers and unit manager with HR who asked about project. It was 1 hr discussion with no specific format.
- Queue implementation ( data structure ). The person was basically confused about his question, His requirements were changing and not clear enough of what he really wants unless you bug him to know what he wants. Heavy accent. 1 Answer
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Amadeus (Bangalore (India)) in July 2015.
There were 4 rounds of interview. First was a basic telephonic technical interview after that they called me for f2f interview. When i reached the day they were busy with some of their deliverables so i been told to come again. Next day when i reached there was 2 technical interview and one managerial. It was mostly related to c/c++ and basic algos. After that i was told you are through with both rounds and one director will meet and explain. I waited for the director call but i have been told he was out of station so i got a call for director round after a week and they told me to come to their office again. On this day there was a f2f interview and the hr told me that its a basic meet in which director will explain the process here comes the shock the guy was fighting through out my interview with other colleagues for the meeting room. After every 5 min someone was coming and claiming the room and he was telling everybody that they cant reserve room since it can only be reserved by senior manager and above. Then he turns towards me started asking technical questions. He told me code a parking system with all the industry standard on the whiteboard. And he was asking for better algos everytime. If i use vector then question was why vector why not array or list e.g. After that there was no call from there side for 3 days when i enquired they told me you are not through.
- (1) create a basic string template with all the functionality. (2) Inorder, preorder, insertion search etc on binary tree. (3) Solve a 15 slider puzzle and what ds i am using and why. (4) Design a parking lot and code it as per industry standard. Answer Question
- Declined OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Amadeus (Madrid (Spain)).
I applied for an entry-level data scientist position on amadeus' website and I interviewed with the hr staff and later with the hiring managers. I passed a skill assessment and lots of travel-related question which did not make any sense for a junior guy who is new to that business. I was offered the position and given details of the contract, which turned out to be a shame. After that I was offered the chance to obtain a full-time contract with an industry-average salary. Successfully passed a lot more tests and interviews with the hr people as well as with the senior management. They told me that I would be given an answer shortly and called me more than two months later to keep me waiting for at least one of the positions. Such a waste of time with nonsensical interviews
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