Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Concur
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- Product Manager (3)
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- Implementation Project Manager (2)
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- Regional Sales Manager (2)
- Marketing Manager, Senior (2)
- Mid Market Sales (1)
- Software Configuration Engineer II (1)
- Senior Leader Role (1)
- Corporate Learning Program Manager (1)
- Mobile Software Development Engineer Intern (1)
- Software Design Engineer/Test II (1)
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- Client Executive, Nationals (1)
- Member of R&D (1)
- Prague Office (1)
- Marketing Researcher - Profiler (1)
- National Account Executive (1)
- Client Executive (1)
- Customer Care (1)
- Program Management (1)
- Product Marketing Manager (1)
- Business Development Intern (1)
- Manager (1)
- Automation Test Engineer (1)
- Senior Revenue Accountant (1)
Senior Software Design Engineer Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Concur in May 2014.
I was made aware of the position by a recruiter from a staffing agency I worked with. First step in the interview process was a short (30 minute) discussion with a manager in the group I was being considered for. It was fairly technical in nature, there was some discussion about basic programming concepts and at the end I was asked a coding question. I simply had to walk the interviewer through the solution without writing any code.
After my initial phone screen I was invited for an on-site interview in Bellevue. Three interviews were scheduled and they were all fairly typical coding/skill questions. Interviews were with a senior developer , the same manager I spoke with before and another manager in the group. All asked a variety of coding and SQL questions (of varying difficulty), but overall the interviews were very low stress and pleasant. After the three interviews I was told I would be let know of next steps.
The last step, after passing the 1-1 interviews, was a Skype interview with the GM of the group. It was supposed to be similar in format to the 1-1 interviews I had, but due to Skype problems on my end we ended up talking on the phone. This was a fairly technical interview as well and once again I was told to walk the interviewer through a problem without writing any code.
I was contacted by the internal Concur recruiter the very next day with their decision.
Overall it was a very pleasant experience and because of my tight deadlines Concur moved very fast from the initial screen to their final offer. I ended up going with another place, but would strongly consider Concur again in the future.
- All pretty standard interview questions (basic data structure and constructs) Answer Question
Concur's offer was very attractive but I decided that a different company in Seattle would be a better fit for what I was looking for in a new job