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Scout24 Overview

Munich, Bayern (Germany)
1001 to 5000 employees
1998
Company - Public
Internet
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Telefónica
Scout24 is a leading operator of digital marketplaces specializing in the real estate and automotive sectors in Germany and other selected European countries. The Company operates two well-known and popular brands, ImmobilienScout24 and AutoScout24.

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Mission: Inspiring your best decisions. We connect people, cars and homes.

Scout24 Reviews

  • "nice agile development company"

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    Former Employee - Java Software Developer
    Former Employee - Java Software Developer
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    Positive Outlook

    I worked at Scout24 full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    working in an agile fun environment
    friendly atmosphere
    a lot of sports events and team building

    Cons

    I didn't noticed any negative stuff , it was just nice to work there.

    Advice to Management

    Stay as you are.

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Scout24 Photos

Scout24 photo of: Andreasstr. 10 Berlin
Scout24 photo of: AutoScout24
Scout24 photo of: Dingolfinger Str. 9 München
Scout24 photo of: Virtual Reality
Scout24 photo of: Milchhalle Berlin
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Scout24 Interviews

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    Software Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Scout24 in April 2019.

    Interview

    I was approached by an external recruiter. Did the first interview with a team lead/manager. It was a good conversation to know a bit of the project, the role and how the teams worked. Then I was approved to the next phase. A recruiter gave me a test assignment but before I started the assignment I was told it was not necessary since this test was for an entry-level position and they would like to ask questions in person so I advanced to the next phase.
    The next interview lasted about 4 hours in their office. The first batch was with the HR, the team lead and another manager. The second batch was with the team I was supposed to work with. It started with simple questions and it evolved to some other more complex questions about the technologies involved. Not tricky or misleading questions, but things that a senior developer should be at least aware of how most of the technologies we use works behind the curtains. Since I was struggling with some language barrier and I was a bit nervous I did some goofy mistakes. Some answers also led to different and more complex questions. For example, they asked to describe a project in a given tech stack. I gave an explanation on the theory, providing diagrams on how the whole stack would work but in the end, they just wanted to know how would I organize the code (folder structure). Since I brought other topics in the discussion they went there and asked me to explain these advanced topics in detail.
    A few days later I was invited to a final interview with one of the VPs. It was a nice conversation, I thought they expected me to have questions to him so I asked about some things that were mentioned in the other interviews and also in the careers portal.

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