Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Sentry Data Systems
- Technical Analyst (2)
- Project Manager (1)
- Compliance (1)
- Compliance Specialist (1)
- Technical Analyst/Project Manager (1)
- Web Deveeloper (1)
- Account Manager (1)
- Senior Linux Systems Administrator (1)
Technical Analyst Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Sentry Data Systems (Deerfield Beach, FL).
Recieved position information via a recruiter, so the initial interview was with them. I was arranged an interview at the Deerfield Beach office with the Directer of Technical Client Support along with a tech test. The interview was basic questions, asking about my expierence with troubleshooting databases and my expierence with other languages. The tech test portion was simple, I was given a computer station with an Oracle document open and told to perform basic queries. It was ten questions and I was given one hour. I was expecting a little more of a challenege. Keep up to date with your query structure; the specific syntax is not important, as long as you get your point across.
- Explain your troubleshooting process when it came to your most difficult challenge. Answer Question
All of my negotiation was done through my recruiter, who got me everything I asked for.
Other Interview Reviews for Sentry Data Systems
Technical Analyst InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Sentry Data Systems in June 2011.
Went through a couple of phone interviews. First with the hiring manager, and then several other people at the same time. The first interview consisted of them asking about my background and seeing what areas I had skills / knowledge in. The second interview was more technical, and was followed by a skills test once I made it past that interview. I never had a face to face interview with anyone at the company. If I had, I probably wouldn't have accepted the position (horrible corporate culture that is evident in peoples attitudes).
- Asked about polymorphism as it relates to OOP. Answer Question
I worked through a recruiter / head hunter so they performed all of the negotiations for me. Most of the negotiations revolved around salary and ability to work from home (which the initially agreed to and then reneged on after a management change).