I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Red Storm Entertainment in November 2010.
Interview Details – If you can impress them with them with a great portfolio they will quickly consider you. But in the face to face interview that will take a back seat, because they want to learn about your personality. Several people will interview you over the day long process, including people who have never interviewed anyone before.
Interview Question – What is your favorite Tom Clancy game. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Do not tell them what you already make. You will get offered about the same.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Red Storm Entertainment in August 2011.
Interview Details – The team contacted me within 2 weeks of my application to set up a phone interview. Two days later I was sent a questionnaire through survey monkey. The next week I was scheduled for an all day in person interview with representatives from the development team: Support, QA, Level Design, Producers, V.P.'s and Mr. Reid himself.
As a Gamer myself it was such an honor to be in their studio. I was probably a little too "star struck" at the time which only added to my nerves.
Even though I didn't get the job, their hiring tools/process were so well executed I have adopted several of the parts in my current position as an HR/Recruiting Coordinator.
Interview Question – What would you do if someone came to work with no pants on? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Red Storm Entertainment in June 2011.
Interview Details – I applied online and was shortly emailed back with a request for a phone interview. The phone interview consisted of talking to the HR manager and then talking with 2 senior level engineers, followed by the engineer who would be my lead. After that I was brought in for an in person interview. First up was a programming test which I had 1 hour to complete. After that it was on to an interview with 2 senior producers for the project. They seemed to try to be scary to see how you would react. Next I talked to a panel of 3 engineers (the same ones i spoke to on the phone) who reviewed the programming test with me and went over a few other programming questions. Last interview was with the VP of Development, who asked general personality questions, skillset questions, and questions about goals. Finally I wrapped up with the HR rep who set up my interview, and went home to wait for the email. Response from that was super fast, I got their reply before I sent out my thank you letter.
Interview Question – Write a memory manager for allocations of a constant size within an array. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Red Storm Entertainment in September 2008.
Interview Details – Emailed them my resume and got a response asking me for a good time to do a phone interview. Spoke with a senior programmer during the interview. At the end of the interview he said everything looked great and they would call me to setup a date for an in-house interview. Never got a call back and after a week, called them to ask them my status. Left a message and never heard back from them.
The person I interviewed with was very nice over the phone but the complete lack of response was very rude given my expectations to go in for an in-house.
Interview Question – Talk about your past projects. Answer Question
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