Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at eBay Enterprise
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at eBay Enterprise in May 2014.
phone interview with human resourse, then online programming interview with an engineer, then onsite interview for almost a day with 4 sets of people. 2 people asking algorithm related questions asking to write in the board, then coding test, then lunch interview and then with the hiring manager.
- Creating an application for 5 Card Draw. Will be asked on site, to check for design pattern skill. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at eBay Enterprise (King of Prussia, PA).
I had a phone interview, take home technical test and in-person interview with four different people. I was told that I should be prepared to work 45-50 hours per week, and more at crunch time. The process was very slow, but pleasant.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at eBay Enterprise in May 2012.
Hiring is really competitive and be prepared for a case interview.
Most of the questions were on the real world problem and how ecommerce can be utilised to bring a solution to them.
- Sudden change in interview plan and you see that you have to face two more interview :) Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at eBay Enterprise in July 2014.
HR contacted me within days of my application. Then it moved very fast with a phone interview with the hiring manager and then an in-person interview the next week which was very laid back and comfortable. All went well and expected an offer based upon what was said during the interview. Was told I would receive a call from HR. Sent a follow-up a week after. Still no reply. Only found out I did not get the job by looking at my profile in the online system.
- What are you most nervous about regarding this position. Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at eBay Enterprise.
Several rounds of interviews, case style questions, as well as general behavioral stuff. Not any different from any other large, fortune 500 company interview process. Met with several people, at several levels, including the GM of the product, hiring manager, and future team members.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at eBay Enterprise (King of Prussia, PA) in April 2014.
Received e-mail within a few days. Successful HR interview, passed info to hiring manager, was told I'd hear back early next week. After letting that week pass I called for follow-up. Two days later I got a reply - a "we're going with another candidate" form letter. I found that weak.
- I knew nothing about the domain or the tools they use. However, an hour on wikipedia to look up the domain and tools allowed me to provide relevant related experience. It was enough to get me through the initial interview. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at eBay Enterprise (Boston, MA) in March 2014.
I experienced two phone interviews with this company. They asked very relevant questions with no surprises. They were very friendly and attentive. The first interview was with one person, the second was a conference call with two hiring staff from the department I would have worked with. That's right, I didn't get the job. For some reason the company moved the position across the country. It's a shame really; I would have blown them away. Maybe next time...
- There really was no difficult questions. Interviews are never fun. I imagine the feeling is mutual on both sides. I can say that my interview with eBay Enterprise less uncomfortable than most other interview experiences. I never interviewed in person. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at eBay Enterprise (King of Prussia, PA) in May 2013.
1 phone interview, 1 face to face
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days – interviewed at eBay Enterprise.
Interview process is not super stressful. If you have connections or a recommendation in the company it is pretty easy to get a job.
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