Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Sunquest Information Systems
- Project Manager (5)
- Software Engineer (4)
- Associate Software Engineer (3)
- Associate Support Specialist (3)
- Professional Services Consultant (2)
- Manager (2)
- Associate Quality Engineer (2)
- Client Support Analyst III (1)
- Regional Solutions Consultant (1)
- Associate Services Consultant (1)
- Systems Administrator (1)
- Associate Database Developer (1)
- Software Development Manager (1)
- Director (1)
- Executive Assistant (1)
- RVP (1)
- Network Analyst (1)
- Quality Engineer (1)
- Product Manager (1)
- Product Marketing Specialist (1)
- Business Analyst (1)
- Software Test Engineer (1)
- ASE (1)
- Implementation Specialist (1)
- Senior Software Engineer (1)
- Associate Product Manager (1)
- Associate Project Manager (1)
- Manager Product Development (1)
- Manager, Product Development (1)
- Help Desk/Business Analyst (1)
Helpful (1)No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems (Seattle, WA) in August 2015.
applied online, got response back in 3 days, invited to do an assessment test. it was like a variant version of SAT test, 50 questions in 15 minutes, some pattern recognition problems. didn't complete all of the questions on time. guess that's why I didn't get a phone interview. I suggest the company remove this kind of test as it does not really filter a good candidate from a bad one as the test is not technical related.
- given the first three images, what should be the fourth one. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive Experience
Phone, then test, then tour, then sat with 3 managers. The interview was very thorough and I didn't feel put on the spot. It was nice being asked different questions from different managers
- previous experience, previous knowledge of position, personal interests Answer Question
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems in April 2015.
The Initial contact with the recruiter was a phone interview, which was very positive. Mostly a skills and position fit check. Then a second interview with the hiring manager which was also very positive. Final interview with VP of HR (People Resources) was a skype session, which was a behavioral interview around my commitment and intensity. Not as positive as it seemed to be asking me if I was willing to commit long hours to the position.
- Asked about my level of commitment and my dedication to a job. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems (Salt Lake City, UT) in March 2015.
The interview process was organized and effective. Not overwhelming. Straight forward communication. There was an interview with HR, followed by an interview with the hiring manager. Then a few follow up emails between HR and I. VP of People Operations reached out to me to have a discussion. Follow up called was scheduled where the hiring manager offered me the position, and discussed salary offer, start date, and info regarding training. The hiring manager informed me that HR would be in touch regarding next steps.
- About my background. 1 Answer
Very direct and straight forward from both sides.
Helpful (1)No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems in January 2015.
2.5 week process overall. Applied online, followed up on LinkedIn and was contacted by HR the next day. Passed initial qualification round. Didn't pass aptitude test and therefore was not afforded opportunity to interview. Their loss.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems (Tucson, AZ) in January 2015.
The interview process while very thorough, was also very helpful and relaxed. I felt that each person I spoke with was as interested in providing me information I needed to make an informed decision as they were in finding out more about me as a prospective employee. For the position I applied for I went through two rounds of interviews and with multiple people within the organization. In both rounds and with each person, there was an effort made to keep the interview both interactive as well as relaxed. Don't get me wrong, the interviews weren't a piece of cake. I was asked tough questions. However, I felt it helped both me and the interviewers understand my fit for job as well with the company. If you're prepared and confident of your skills and abilities you will do fine and walk away knowing how you will fit in organization.
- How do I see myself fitting in based on my skills, thinks I enjoy doing, and drive? 1 Answer
Helpful (2)No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems (Tucson, AZ) in December 2014.
Brief email from a recruiter from the company followed by a link to a Personality and IQ test. I've been a hiring manager for over 15 years and have never used this process. I think they may find a lot of like minded people using this process. My preference for team building and employee hiring is to have diverse talents and choose people who are a little off center perhaps. Not saying this is a bad process but only saying I have reservations as to it being "better". I think they were correct not to continue with me in this process as I don't think I would have fit well within this companies culture.
- Very easy questions but more questions than time provided to finish the exam. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems (Tucson, AZ) in December 2014.
Applied for the position after seeing it on an internet job positing site. The job was posted through a recruiter. From start to finish the process took nearly two months. It started with an online assessment test that felt like taking a scaled down version of the SATs. Next were a series of three 30 minute phone interviews with different managers. Finally, there was a face to face interview in four parts totaling nearly 4 hours including the assessment test yet again. The interview questions weren't particularly difficult nor was there a time I felt like this wasn't going to be a good fit. I appreciated the thoroughness of the interview process even if it was on the long side.
- Nothing stands out. All the questions were appropriate to the job and/or company related. Answer Question
Compensation was as expected and outlined from the beginning. No further negotiation took place.
Helpful (1)No OfferNeutral Experience
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems (Tucson, AZ).
If you are a potential candidate you will be sent a link to take a personality and aptitude test. I have not received any further communication in the last 9 days from taking the tests. I will continue to monitor. My assumption is the test is a litmus test to get a phone interview and to start the process.
- The personality test is straight forward; similar to a Myers-Briggs assessment. Aptitude test is 50 questions in 15 minutes. The aptitude test is similar to the ACT or the GRE. Math and English questions. One has about 20 seconds per question so one need to keep that in mind, and try to finish the test. Answer Question
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Sunquest Information Systems.
Three interviews total; one with a HR screener, one with a manager, one with a director. I was required to take three assessments; a personality assessment, and two assessments similar to IQ tests. Start to finish, it took about 2-3 weeks to get an offer.
- taking the Intelligence Test twice, once online and the second one proctored was a bit scary. Answer Question
Like most companies, they tend to offer low. Raises are based upon skewed data in reports, so negotiate for a higher salary upfront because the raise probably won't happen.
Is this helpful? The community relies on everyone sharing – Add Anonymous Interview Review