Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at NetApp
- Software Engineer (43)
- Intern (20)
- Technical Support Engineer (15)
- Program Manager (11)
- Member of Technical Staff (10)
- Software Developer (10)
- Product Manager (9)
- Member of Technical Staff II (8)
- MTS2 (7)
- Member Technical Staff, Software (7)
- Senior Software Engineer (7)
- Senior Program Manager (7)
- Software QA Engineer (6)
- Financial Analyst (6)
- Business Analyst (6)
- QA Engineer (6)
- Director (5)
- Systems Engineer (5)
- Software Engineer Intern (4)
- Sales Manager (4)
- Inside Sales (4)
- Software Engineering Manager (4)
- Sales Analyst (4)
- Technical Marketing Engineer (4)
- Member of Technical Staff, Software (4)
- Member of Technical Staff QA (4)
- Technical Support Engineer III (3)
- Member of Technical Staff III (3)
- Member of Technical Staff I (3)
- Member Technical Staff (3)
Technical Support Engineer III Interview
The process took a week. I interviewed at NetApp (Morrisville, NC) in January 2012.
If you not use storage technologies on a regular basis. Change your strategy in the interview to one of the following: A) Use google to identify the answer or B) Consult with a co-worker
Negotiation is very one-way but also competitive. Usually you will not want to push back with a counter offer or they will go elsewhere.
Other Interview Reviews for NetApp
Technical Support Engineer III InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at NetApp (Morrisville, NC) in March 2011.
I received a call from recruiter and they performed a phone screen. After the recruiter completed the phone screen, a Technical Panel Interview and Manager Interview was scheduled a week later - each onsite interview was 1hr long and they were back to back. A few days later, i received a call back from recruiter with offer.
- If its on your resume, its fair game... Technical interviewers will ask many questions and see depth/breadth of knowledge as well as how you handle multiple issues at once... Complex technical questions will be asked and while you're working out the answer, they'll ask unrelated questions to see how you multi-task Answer Question
Technical Support Engineer III InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at NetApp (Research Triangle Park, NC) in August 2009.
They knew I was experience so they had a panel off their best EEs and then later a panel of the manager to drill me with questions. The more you answered right the harder and more detailed the got with the questions. Looking to discover what you know and don't know. Be sure to be honest because they will drill you on what you say you know.
Not much room to negotiate