I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Oracle in May 2010.
Interview Details –
Staffing Agency got in touch with me for the position. Based on my go ahead arranged interview with Oracle. Level 1 Interview was with the team member of the marketing organization who gave me a hands on walk through the profile and day to day activities that I would be coordinating. Level 2 interview was with the director of the team. Level 3 interview was with the senior director of the global team. The entire process took around 4 weeks. The last interview was a mere formality and for sake of approval.
Since this is through a stafing agency and for marketing function and frurther more the role is new, this is a contract basis. Usually Oracle hires for its Support functions in contract basis. So please mmake sure you ask all your concerns of it being a contract role and the timelines for it to translate into a permanent hire. Also make sure to ask of your career path and future perspectives.
Interview Question – What are my expectations from the role? View Answer
Negotiation Details –
Negotiation was ok. However there is a glitch that i went through given that this is a new role. There is a budget approval for the role. This negated the fact that I have a expectation based on my skill set, my current renumeration. The negotiation point from Oracle's side rested on the budget.
However negotiations are still on.
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