I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at iCIMS (Matawan, NJ).
I was contacted in July by HR. HR did a very good job of explaining the position and company. One month later I was contacted for an in-person interview with two managers (group interview). Went well, although not a typical interview. A few weeks later, another in person with the direct manager, again I think it went very well. I am convinced they were looking for a specific personality and not necessarily a competency. The entire interview process deteriorated towards the end with nothing but silence for the last month. I ended up taking another contract offer since they took so long. I finally received a response two months+ after initial contact. For an applicant tracking software company, that is absurd. How are you offering your service to other companies when you can't track your own applicants?
- Nothing difficult, I was over qualified for the position and answered everything 110% correctly. Answer Question
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at iCIMS (Matawan, NJ) in October 2017.
Short phone screening, followed by an online coding test on Codility.com. After a technical interview the following week, there was finally an in-person interview that lasted about 3 hours. First off, I thought everyone--at each stage of the interview--was friendly and easy to speak with. The in-person interview was both behavioral and technical, and had me meeting fellow test engineers and people from the team. Be prepared to answer questions on prior experience, jobs, and solving programming questions in Java and the like.
- Though I was anticipating questions mainly on Java or general testing methods, I was given a question about how I would go about changing the value of an element in an HTML document. Unexpected question but not too difficult to answer. 1 Answer