Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at RedPrairie
- Software Engineer (2)
- Senior Systems Programmer (1)
- Marketing Executive (1)
- Senior Software Developer (1)
- Senior Quality Engineer (1)
- Senior Consultant (1)
- Office (1)
- Quality Assurance Intern (1)
- Billing Specialist (1)
- R&D Department (1)
- Publication Intern (1)
- Director, Solutions Consulting (1)
Software Engineer Interview
The process took 2 days – interviewed at RedPrairie in June 2011.
Contacted through a It staffing firm. Phone Interview , quick brief very informal. In person interview with 3 employees and the HR director. Took a database quiz and programming fundamentals quiz. Tested afterwards review. Informal process, overview benefit, work environment, etc. Everyone seemed to like their job.
- What kind of web development experience do have? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for RedPrairie
Software Engineer InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at RedPrairie (Stokenchurch, England (UK)) in September 2010.
I applied for this position from a recruitment agency. They then responded, and said that they were keen to interview me as they felt my experience and skills matched what they were looking for.
I was then invited to interview a few days after with the Technical Services Director & the Software Manager. The Interview lasted 30 mins, the bulk of which was eaten by the panel explaining in great detail their role and the type of projects they work on. I had to initially wait for nearly 45 mins after the due Interview time, for them to come and meet me. Talk about being unorganised!
The interview Questions were relatively easy: Why do you want to work for Red Praire, What were your favourite subjects at university. I felt that the panel were responding quite positively, especially with the interest that I was showing in their products and systems.
After the interview had to complete a technical test lasting 30 mins composed of SQL, Java, VB, Oracle and general programming questions. They said to do whatever I could, and the test was not the decider.
Following the interview process, I was told I should expect to hear feedback within 1 week. I received a call from the recruitment agency the following day, stating that they won't be taking my application further as they felt that I haven't got enough experience! Seems very strange that they invited me to interview in the first place, as it is contradictory of what they first said!
Overall my impressions were that they were very unorganised when making decisions, and I'd advise all job seekers to stay well clear of this organization.