Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Senior Software Engineer Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at Epsilon (Palo Alto, CA).
I came highly recommended, and the hiring manager was new and not all that technical, so it was a breeze.
About the same as previous salary, but much better benefits.
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The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Epsilon in September 2011.
Other than the phone screening and the interview, all communication was done through the recruiter. The initial process went very quickly. There was a 30 minute phone screening with 4 individuals. Then I was asked into the office where I met with 2 individuals for over an hour. The discussion began with an overview of the company and the specific role by Epsilon, and then we got into a technical discussion. I felt very comfortable. We were in a small conference room and I saw nothing of the facilities. They seemed to be fairly cautious as to saying who their clients were.
They discussed the juggling of multiple projects/tasks, and a need to sometimes handle crunches to get work done. I'm used to this, so long as it's not a continual issue and there is some reality to the project schedules.
The actual receiving of the job offer and starting of the background check seemed to take at least a couple of weeks. It's a little disconcerting because I wonder about the bureaucracy, but being cautious is good as well.
- I was asked about experience working on multiple projects at one time, and if I could discuss a particular experience where there was a right schedule and how it was handled. Answer Question