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Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at FinancialForce
Had an initial interview and then was fortunate enough to be asked to attend an assessment day. The assessment day consisted of 3 individual interviews and a group task. Candidates were given a coding assessment to complete prior to the assessment day.
- Tell me about a project you are currently working on at university.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at FinancialForce in Feb 2021
Very efficient, proactive communications and follow-up throughout. Recruiters are top notch. I always knew where I was at in the process. They were also very personable, which is a great attribute as interviewing can be a stressful experience, even for the most seasoned of professionals. Great experience all around.
- Philosophies on leadership traits and why
I applied online. I interviewed at FinancialForce
First round is phone screen interview. Several quesions asked by HR. Second round is online tests. Thrid round is on-site interview with two interviewees. The whole process is quite intensive but enjoyable.
- What is cloud? Tell how to improve efficiency for your team?
I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at FinancialForce
Three different screening calls in addition to a presentation and and discussion with other members of team. Not too difficult at all, some role play and sales technique. Pretty simple process.
- What do you know about FinancailForce?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Granada
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at FinancialForce (Granada) in Jan 2021
They were very kind and professional. First I had a call with a recruiter. I was asked some basic HR questions and two basic technical questions. Then I was sent a fairly easy technical challenge you do at home. It is timed. Later I had a call with a tech lead to go over my results. Finally, I had a call with two tech leads and I was asked the typical "tell me about a time..." questions and some broad technical questions. I had to reject my offer because they couldn't match my salary with the other offers I had. The only thing that worried me is how little actual programming there was in the process. Only the take-home test. However, it was pretty easy, and there was no type of control, you could very well ask someone to do it for you. I'm afraid that it would be very easy for someone with only basic knowledge of programming to BS their way into a job offer here.
- How do you write good code?
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at FinancialForce in Dec 2020
Well organised Friendly Professional The process was managed well by the team with clear updates and quick feedback. There were various stages of the interview but I was provided with information to prepare.
- Scenario questions around customer renewals
I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 week. I interviewed at FinancialForce in Sep 2020
Varias entrevistas desde recursos humanos, pasando por staff técnico y el product owner del área donde vas a trabajar. Las pruebas técnicas muy bien definidas, en una plataforma muy fácil de usar. La defensa genial, donde se debaten las soluciones de software aplicadas y como podría mejorarse. En general el feedback muy bueno.
- Experiencia previa, motivaciones, expectativas, por qué quería un cambio profesional
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at FinancialForce in Aug 2020
I wrapped up the call in about 4 minutes. It was obviously a very, VERY junior role and it was frustrating to have taken the meeting and waste time. The recruiter talked at length about how amazing the company is, namely because they sent every employee a face mask with the company logo AND gave them $150 one time stipend to set up their home office. I thought this was silly, this was a senior IT role. These benefits would impress someone applying for a job delivering amazon packages, not a 6 figure salaried employee. Once the recruiter went on to describe how a senior PM would carry 10-15 projects, I realized this was not at all what I was looking for and did not continue the conversation. If it's a junior role, call it that. Don't advertise it as more and don't put up extremely high requirements for an entry-level role.
- None, didn't get that far
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through an employee referral The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at FinancialForce
The interview process took more than one month. All the processes were for a Standard Software Engineer position. Even with that error, I passed all the stages till I reached the last one, Behavioural Based. Finally, they refused my application due to lack of experience, though they told me that I was perfect for an Associate Software Engineer vacancy, which is the position I did applied for. They made a mistake with my application and I went through Standard Software Engineer position interview process.
- Java exam. Salary ranges. Normal behavioural based question.
Anonymous Employee in Harrogate, England, England
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at FinancialForce (Harrogate, England, England) in Mar 2020
The interview I attended was in 2 or 3 stages to recruit graduates for the next round of intake. The first stage being a telephone interview, the second the assessment centre and the third was merely an informal chat with some of the managers. The assessment centre itself was quite extensive, and although you knew it was competitive it also had elements of group work that actually made it feel less pressured and more cooperative. This took place virtually due to the current lockdown efforts in the U.K., something I appreciated greatly. Not only because it showed that FF were clearly taking steps to protect staff, but because a lot of friends at university had had their interviews and assessment centres cancelled and it was a relief to know some companies were still making the effort to hire graduates. The managers and other staff members involved in the process were all extremely friendly, gave plenty of information and opportunities to provide feedback during the course of the interview, and I never had to wait to long to hear back about the next stage and eventually, if I’d been successful. During the assessment centre even though it was virtual we were also given plenty of opportunities to take a break which was well appreciated, and the tasks we took part in - tests, group work, and an individual interview were all varied enough that the time spent “at” the assessment centre flew by. All in all I believe it only took around 3 weeks from applying to being offered the position, which I was very happy to accept and I can’t wait to join the team and meet everyone properly in September!
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