Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Omnicell
- Marketing (2)
- Implementation Specialist (2)
- Senior Software Engineer (2)
- Test Engineer (1)
- Inside Sales (1)
- Field Engineer (1)
- Senior Product Manager (1)
- Director Strategy (1)
- Quality (1)
- Quality Control Supervisor (1)
- Product Manager (1)
- Systems Sales Director (1)
- Sales Operations Administrator (1)
- Software Engineer (1)
- Inside Sales Representative (1)
- Intern (1)
Senior Software Engineer Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Omnicell (Mountain View, CA) in August 2013.
So the interview process was pretty fast, within a day of my application for position at Omnicell I got a mail from HR followed by Interview Round. Thereafter I had 2 telephonic technical interviews and I got through both of them. 1st interview was with Manager and he was pretty impressed with my job experience. 2nd technical round was conducted by a developer who had poor communication skills.
I got through both the rounds and I was called onsite in Mountain View, CA for 3 more panel interviews. This Panel interview was about behavioral examination and was pretty lengthy. But per me, went well. Except that I got a negative feedback to be concise in answering and that they found a more experienced candidate for the position.
Other Interview Reviews for Omnicell
Senior Software Engineer InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Omnicell in April 2012.
I had two separate phone interviews. The first one was with a recruiter who went over my background, why I was looking for a new position, etc. It went very well and pretty easy.
The next round was with one of the software managers. They have three teams, and I ended up speaking with the manager for the GUI group. Why, I have no idea.
The interview covered the usual C++ and C# questions, what part of the system I would like to work in (GUI, data layer, back-end layer). As the interview progressed, I noticed that her listening skills weren't very good. When I would answer a question, she seemed to rearrange what I had said in such a way that it would end up as "..you don't like GUI development" (for example). I had to correct her multiple times, which got old really quick.
Simply put, I was not impressed. Although I ended up getting a rejection email over a month later, I had already forgotten about them. It appears that their software managers have a lot of EQ (emotional intelligence) issues and that's not what I want to have. I would pass on this company in the future.
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