Election Systems & Software Reviews

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    Good hours, flexibility, good pay


    Nepotism/favoritism is pretty rampant and affects departments. Not much room to grow if you are looking to move up in your career. Stuck in old ways of tenure = promotions. Titles carry more weight than necessary.

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    Promotions should be by employee value and not last names.

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Election Systems & Software Interviews

Updated Mar 18, 2015
Updated Mar 18, 2015

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    Desktop Applications Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Omaha, NE
    Anonymous Employee in Omaha, NE
    Application Details

    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Election Systems & Software in March 2015.

    Interview Details

    After the initial phone screening, I was called in for in-person interview. I met with Development manager who had series of programming and SQL questions (Select, Inner Join, Group By) on paper (read below) for interview Q&A. Once he was finished and left the room, the director walked in and asked a variety of standard interview questions like "What are your goals?", "Why are you passionate about working as a developer?", "What type of culture do you prefer at your workplace?" etc. Then for the third round, a developer from the company logged into her computer and had several C# programming and SQL questions (Inner Join, Compare Dates).

    Interview Questions
    • Question 1: Loop through numbers 200 - 300 and print "Hum" if numbers divisible by 5, print "Honey" if divisible by 7, and print "Nothing" everything else.
      Question 2: What's the difference between interface and abstract class?
      Question 3: What's the difference between int and int32?
      Question 4: Print just the integers from the following list?
                  ArrayList list = new ArrayList();

      Question 5: Find the youngest student from the Student table below?
                         StudentID DOB
                         ------------ ---------
                         001 05/21/1991
                         002 11/04/1995
                         003 12/02/1989
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Website www.essvote.com
Headquarters Omaha, NE
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1979
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

Election Systems & Software (ES&S) casts its vote in favor of e-lections. The largest voting machine company in the US provides systems used to manage all stages of elections, including voter registration, ballot creation, voting, and tabulation. Its products include voting terminals with features such as touchscreens and paper audits, as well as ballot counters. Its election management software helps voting officials maintain databases, format ballots, and program election equipment. ES&S also provides maintenance and support services. Its equipment supports elections in... More

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