Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Lexmark International
- Software Engineer (5)
- Senior Software Engineer (2)
- Software Developer (2)
- Business Systems Analyst (2)
- Mechanical Engineer (2)
- Product Engineer (1)
- Technical Rotation Program (1)
- Senior Manager, Global Call Centers (1)
- Technical Rotation Program, Computer Science (1)
- Firmware Engineering Co-op (1)
- Software Engineer QB2 (1)
- Student Firmware Engineer (1)
- Software Engineering Intern (1)
- Human Factors Engineer (1)
- Electrical Engineer (1)
- Senior Electrical Engineer (1)
- Field Service Engineer (1)
- Engineering Intern (1)
- National Account Manager (1)
- TSR (1)
- Help Desk Technician (1)
- Key Account Manager (1)
- Finance Business Analyst (1)
- Lab Tech (1)
- Software Engineer II (1)
- Intermediate Software Engineer (1)
- Account Executive (1)
Software Engineer Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Lexmark International (Lexington-Fayette, KY) in July 2010.
HR phone interview followed by a technical phone interview with a team of people. After that I was flown to Lexington for an all day (8 to 4) onsite interview with various managers.
It was tiring as I was shuttled between buildings and effectively had five interviews back to back plus lunch with some employees. I was treated well and overall it wasn't too bad an experience and I learned a lot about the company and the work.
- Lots of general questions about C++ and how polymorphism/runtime binding is actually implemented. Asked basic question on how to multiply a number if the processor did not have multiplication hardware. 1 Answer
Did not negotiate as the offer was fair
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Lexmark International (Lexington, KY) in March 2008.
Got a call from recruiter after submitting resume. Had technical screening over phone with hiring manager. No complex questions. Was called on site, ha d 3 interview which were mixure of behavioural and technical questions.
- How would you solve difference over a solution with your team lead? Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Lexmark International.
1st round was a written exam based on OOP principles.
2nd round was technical interview with local managers. It was also on OOP principles and some puzzles (they can also ask about your projects and how you did them). This is a pretty good interview and requires a little study and dedication.
3rd round was technical interview with international manager. This round is more about a broader view and some general techniques that you have used in your written examination and how you could have improved it.
4th round is HR round. This I felt was more of a formality and unless one does anything very offensive should not be a problem.
- It was based on graph traversal Answer Question
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One round of interview
Basic C,C++ questions
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Lexmark International (Calcutta (India)) in October 2011.
interview was conducted in a discussion room with 3 people on the panel. Questions ranged from basic computer perception to problem solving and puzzles. It was followed by a 90 minutes programming round where a particular problem was to be programmed on paper. The problem was not tough but required a detail knowledge of the various design patterns.
people on the panel were friendly and seemed quite happy in their roles.
Found out that the work Culture at kolkata Lexmark is quite dodgy and almost all of the former employees are dissatisfied with the company.
- design a printer spooling program to emulate the print manager for managing the documents inputted to a printer. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
compensation package was not acceptable
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