Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at WiseTech Global
- Software Developer (2)
- Human Resources Associate (1)
- Developer (1)
- Business Analyst (1)
- Senior Software Developer (1)
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at WiseTech Global (Schaumburg, IL) in September 2015.
I had applied online and the recruiter called me up and set up a coding interview at their office location in Schaumburg, IL. It was a 8 hour long coding interview where I had to solve 3 assignments. The questions were pretty standard but cannot be disclosed due to their non-disclosure agreement. They have pretty high standards for the quality of their solutions.
- Cannot be disclosed due to their non-disclosure agreement Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at WiseTech Global (Sydney (Australia)) in August 2015.
It was very long and suspenseful! Especially since I was interviewing for other companies simultaneously, yet wanted this one more than the others. It mean't having to take the risk of rejecting the others if I truly wanted to wait, even if it was a rejection... thankfully the risk paid off! Before even being considered for the interview, my recruiter had to put me through an online exam, in order to prove my competency and their reputation as recruiters. I don't think they would have represented me if I got less than 90%, but thankfully that was the first stage done. After that there was a full day technical test on premise with no internet allowed! Excellent idea for pruning those who aren't coding on a day-to-day basis. After the test, the HR girl showed me around the office, which in itself was a behavioral interview. Very informal and appropriate. Then a phone test from the same HR girl. Then there was the Cognitive test, 50 questions in 20 mins! This was always going to be my failure since the more senior you become the less your brain reacts fast enough compared to all those fresh graduates! The key to passing was giving your brain the right exercise to prepare i.e. plenty of practice IQ tests, and sleep at 9pm the night before so you can do the test uninterrupted the next morning. Then there was a psychometric test which a few bonus cognitive ones un-timed in case you didn't go well in the timed test. The CEO is then presented with your portfolio, which is created by HR with all your exam results, resume, and profile picture. Then there was the final tour around the office with an informal conversation with the CEO to test your technical ability, (yes he is a technical CEO!) He gives the final approval... in total 7 stages!
- When in the office for the technical test, what made you want to be part of the company? Answer Question
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at WiseTech Global.
I applied via seek.com. I received a call from recruiter next day. He asked me to take online programming aptitude test (one test). The test was like an IQ test, with verbal reasoning, rotating shapes, simple flowchart, number sequence, and etc. You have to get above 90 score to proceed next step. After that, the recruiter sent another online test. It was a personality and behavioural test. After 3 days later, I got a call from company, and was invited onsite technical test. I can't tell about the test because of non-disclosure agreement. HR gave me tasks and you need to solve the problems with your most comportable programming language. You need prepare your own laptop with programming environment. The onsite technical test took a whole day. It is really important to make a clean code. Code quality, Time, and Correct result are the key. Next step would be interview with the CEO, but I failed the technical test.
- Number sequence and verbal reasoning questions were difficult for me in online programming aptitude test Answer Question
- Accepted Offer
Had to complete a OneTest (IQ/EQ test) plus phone and on-site interview.
They were flexible as long as you can prove that you're worth it.
- Declined Offer
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at WiseTech Global.
the interview process did go through smoothly. however, the pace is not what i expected-very slow in a big company.
- behavior questions Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at WiseTech Global (Sydney (Australia)) in March 2011.
From application I was invited to a telephone interview (generic, high level questions), then was sent an online assessment (cognitive and behavioural), I was then invited to a one on one interview with the General Manager for the department I now work for, then I was invited back for a second interview where I had to make a 15 minute presentation on a set topic, once that was complete I provided my referees, then offered the position, all in all it took 1 working week.
- Present on the priority benefit offerings that you would put in place or the changes you would make for our company, taking into consideration what we have in place currently (presentation to be 15 minutes) Answer Question
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