Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Arbor Networks
- Software Engineer (3)
- Network Device QA Engineer (1)
- NA Channel Sales Director (1)
- Senior Human Resources Business Parttner (1)
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Arbor Networks (Burlington, MA) in November 2014.
Interviewed with 6 individuals that appeared to not understand the job I was applying for. They did not prepare themselves for the interview process and did not understand what was required by myself for the opening. They were disconnected with the industry as a whole and came off very unprofessional. If I received the "nod" I would not have taken the job.
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In campus recruit. Submit resume in campus career fair. And get interview invite a week later. Interview hold in campus, about 1 minute introduce to their company and team. Then started to write code on paper. After that several CS basic question.
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The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Arbor Networks (Michigan Ctr, MI) in January 2010.
i got a call from the recruiter. She asked very basic questions about networking like tcp/ip and RIP and OSPF and a very definations about software testing. This lasted about 20 mins. She told me that i should expect a call from the team manager in about a week. She scheduled an appointment for next week. The interview was taken over the phone by two people. One QA specialist and one Network Specialist. They concentrated more on my resume. The projects i had done earlier. I was asked a lot of RIP and OSPF and again just the basic definations in QA. They asked me about LINIX shell scripting which i dont know. It lasted about 40mins. They were supposed to call back for the on-site. But did not. whenever i follow up they say that they are still considering me as a potential candidate for the next round but have not decided yet. Its been 45 days and still haven't heard from them.
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I went there to get some interviewing experience. They seem to have a very rigid, full day interviewing procedure. At most stages there are two interviewers asking questions in tandem. One odd thing was that there was no interviewer of international background, which I found quite odd for a tech company located in Massachusetts.
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