I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at R2integrated in August 2013.
Interview Details – I got my interview with r2i (Seattle office) by first sending them my cover letter and resume. They called me for an in-person interview with 2 managing directors. After about a week, I was given an assignment - a marketing case for which I had to create a PowerPoint presentation. The next week they asked me to come in and present my work. The week after that, they had me meet with yet another person in management (not a director). About a week after that, I got an offer from another firm. I asked them if they could beat the offer (either in salary, benefits, and/or by expanding the job responsibilities). They came close, which was great, but I ended up accepting a different job with another firm.
Interview Question – None of the interview questions were difficult - they mostly wanted to hear about my experience through examples I could give them. As long as you know what you're talking about and can answer questions using stories/exmples, you should be fine. They are interested in a personality match as well as a skills match. View Answer
Reason for Declining – Had a financially stronger offer for a different type of job at another agency.
I applied in-person and the process took 4 days - interviewed at R2integrated in February 2013.
Interview Details – First you will have a brief phone interview which will ask for background information, a general understanding of your knowledge and reason for departing your previous job. Next - if you satisfy their requirements, you will sit you down with a senior in the position. The "senior" will ask you a serious of questions, often involving problem solving, and a bit on your background. If they like the answers, you will have another problem to solve, which will last for about 30 minutes. After that - the CTO or other partner will sit in on the final decision making process. For the most part they arent intimidating, but often will judge you based on your salary requirements and whether you sound like you have an idea of what you are doing.
Interview Question – Often they will include a few logic questions. Expect to have one involving the Boolean Guard question "The path to enlightenment lies behind one of two doors. In front of each door stands a guard who knows which door leads to enlightenment, but one of the guards always lies and the other one always tells the truth. In your search for enlightenment, you are allowed to ask one guard only one question that can be answered "yes" or "no", but unfortunately, you do not know which guard is the liar. You will be banished to the dungeon of logical illiteracy if you fail in your quest. What question should you ask to find the path to enlightenment?". Other than that, no there isnt anything truly unexpected. View Answer
Negotiation Details – There wasnt any. They arent willing to go all that high during negotiations.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 days - interviewed at R2integrated in January 2013.
Interview Details – I was presented to R2integrated from a recruiter, the interview was conducted in the "Candy Room". I was given a test to develop part of a website. I had one hour to get as far as I could. After that, the hiring process was very quick. Nothing out of the ordinary.
Interview Question – The Web Development Test View Answer
I applied online and interviewed at R2integrated.
Interview Details – I received a screening call from one of their "VPs" a while back; during the course of the call we discussed digital marketing and social media topics briefly -- he said he wanted to have me come in to talk with them and that he would email me after we concluded our call. I never heard back, and my two follow up emails went without response. At least have the courtesy to tell candidates that you are not interested or pursuing others. Seems like a fly-by-night operation.
Interview Question – Discuss your background. Answer Question
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