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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in East Brunswick, NJ Nov 2010 – Reviewed Jul 23, 2012
Interview Details –
-A professional acquaintance from prior job worked for EMC. He forwarded my resume to the hiring manager who needed a Business Architect on a client project about to be launched
- I had a phone screening by the Project Manager for 30 minutes (1 week after Resume submission). I was asked about my overall experience as well as specific technology experience. I got scheduled for another phone interview on next day, with Technical Architect
- Interview with Technical architect, 45 minutes, focused on specific projects I had worked on (on same technology that they were implementing at client).
- I had a face to face interview with the engagement lead in East Brunswick, NJ office (next week). The interview focused on situational questions
- Next day, I had compensation and cultural fit interview with HR. I was happy with their first offer, so not much negotiation
- After 2 weeks, I was at client site (after background checks and other formalities)
Interview Question – How would you win client business in competitive multi-vendor environment ? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Aug 1, 2012
Interview Details –
The hiring process was fairly easy. I was just asked some basic questions about my experience and skills and that's all. No competency based questions etc.
I believe this highly depends on the need for resources and the background of the manager.
Interview Question – None Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Very simple as well. I asked for an offer and got what I was asking for. No negotation at all.
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