Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Senior Technical Consultant Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at EMC (Salt Lake City, UT).
The overall process is usually 3 to 6 months. Best way to get hired is to already know someone who works there or be a good customer. The pay is usually pretty good but the pressure can be intense for long periods of time. Average work week was about 60 hours and there was a lot of travel! Typically you will be asked how you feel about travel and working a few extra hours.
- Describe a time when you have had to diffuse a potentially volatile situation in the work place. Describe how you diffused an angry customer. Answer Question
I was pretty much told what they were willing to pay and to take it or leave it.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 days – interviewed at EMC (Hopkinton, MA) in January 2007.
The initial interview was at a recruiter's office and was strictly technical. The second interview was made up of 3 pieces.
A: 5 separate interviews wit 5 different people, each once focusing on a separate area (personality, resume, networking, OS, storage)
B: was a 25 minute technical presentation to 15 technical people
C: was an 1:1 with the hiring boss.
- You have no training experience, what makes you feel as thought you would make a good instructor? 2 Answers
no - negotaion available
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at EMC (Sydney (Australia)) in July 2010.
Was referred by an existing employee I met at a conference.
- One-on-one with the hiring manager
- Technical/Strategy with the team-lead
- Personality with executive 1/2
- Personality with executive 2/2
Overall, of any interview I've ever been involved with, this the most in-depth from a background perspective.
My online activity for blogging, twitter and various commenting on sites was brought up. Something as recent as I posted on a site the night before, was a discussion point in the interview the following morning. I was extremely impressed with their HR.
- What do you think of product X for market Y. Can it be improved? Would you scrap it? Would you merge it with another?, if so - which? 1 Answer
I was very happy with the offer, negotiation wasn't necessary - as they simply doubled my previous salary.