Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Principal Software Engineer Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Raytheon (Dallas, TX) in June 2011.
2 group interviews plus one-on-one
- What automated testing tools did you use? Answer Question
You are negotiating with someone you will never meet, some HR person in a remote office. I got an offer of a cash bonus the second I mentioned that I would be forgoing a bonus at my previous company.
Other Interview Reviews for Raytheon
Principal Software Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Raytheon (Linthicum, MD) in April 2009.
Application via website with resume required to get things started. After putting in the application, it took a while to get the initial interview scheduled.
The interview process was informal, with a scheduled time to arrive, but the various people to speak with did not seem to be scheduled in advance beyond the HR team. It was a little chaotic. I was expected to fill out another set of application papers at the interview. Be prepared with dates, addresses, and details of education, past jobs and references.
- What would you recommend to grow our business in the current customer community? 1 Answer
Negotiation was very informal. It was done via email and phone calls with the talent acquisition representative. The company is willing to negotiate on weeks of vacation, and I was able to negotiate starting salary based on a bonus and education reimbursement that I would lose with my current employer if I left before the next Spring.
Once the details were worked out, the company still took two weeks to get the formal offer out in the mail. I was surprised at how long the entire negotiation took.