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Veson Nautical Software Support Analyst Interview Questions

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Software Support Analyst Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England (UK)
Declined Offer
Positive Experience
Difficult Interview


I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Veson Nautical (London, England (UK)) in October 2018.


Very straight forward process with 3 steps:

1 - phone screening - this was a brief conversation with HR. The purpose was to make sure that you understand the basics about the company, the position and your motivations before moving on to the on-site interview.

2 - competency based interview, on-site. Interview was with 3 different team leaders (one of which is your team). All interviewers really want to get to know you in detail, such as your motivations, your knowledge and some behavioral traits. The final interview with the local team leader involved an exercise in which you are asked to identify functions/values/features in the IMOS software. This is to test your ability to logically come up with explanations on how the software might work (there are no right answers, just need to support everything logically).

3 - final interview. This is with the global manager responsible for the function you are applying for. Again, as with the other interviews, the idea is to get a final, detailed idea about who you are, what drives you and why the position.

Overall the process was very positive. In total it took about 2 weeks from first call to offer. I ended up not taking the offer for external reasons (i.e. the offer was extremely solid and I would have taken it in other circumstances). The team seemed very welcoming and a great environment to work in. Judging from the interview, I recommend Veson to anyone who is interested in tech/shipping tech.

Interview Questions

  • 1. Why Veson?
    2. How would you deal with a client that is pushing for a solution?
    3. How might clients in shipping be different to other industries?
    4. What experience do you have in shipping?
    5. What’s the purpose of Emission Control Areas?   Answer Question
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