The process took a day - interviewed at NetApp in January 2010.
Interview Details – There were 3 interviews. I assume 2 peers and the supervisor. The first peer interview didn't seem too interested in interviewing me. I drove most of the questions. The second was with the supervisor. It was OK, but she was 10 mins late and rushed the interview. The recruiter who brought me in to this position didn't explain the role or expectations adequately, so my initial answers were not in sync with what was wanted. But I figured it out, nevertheless. The third interview was the best and clearest and I felt that I was connecting to that person. Even though this was a director level position, they wanted a technical analyst. So when I spoke about senior roles and accomplishments, that wasn't what was wanted. They wanted to know about techniques.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 months - interviewed at NetApp in August 2011.
Interview Details – 14 interviews over 3 months with future employees rating their future Supervisor
Interview Question – How would I handle a specific situation as a manager. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Nothing
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 7 weeks - interviewed at NetApp in January 2010.
Interview Details – Was very detailed. Lot of interviewers. Fair.
Interview Question – There were really no unexpected questions. The questions were fairly relevant to my experience and capabilities. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Short. Not much of a negotiation.
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