The Interview Process
The interviewing process varies slightly by department, role and experience level. We've explained the differences so that nothing comes as a surprise. We involve multiple interviewers in the process, so that we can gather perspectives and feedback. We strive to make the hiring committee diverse and welcoming.
A self assessment might be given before the phone interview. We use it to understand your skills and tailor our interview questions to your areas of strength.
There may be more than one phone interview with different people in the screening process.
You’ll likely be talking to your hiring manager or a peer that works in a similar role.
We aim for a single onsite visit out of respect for your time. The visit is two hours on average and up-to three hours. The sessions involve problem solving questions where you get a chance to collaborate on a task with your future peers.
We also ask standard interview questions to get a sense why you want the job and discuss your past contributions.
The interviewers will consist of your peers in a similar role, a hiring manager and/or director.
We use role-specific homework assignments. The task represents a real-world activity for that position. For example, a Software Developer role might be asked to refactor some code.
Software Developers in Professional Services, Reliability Engineers and Solution Consultants have assignments.
Solution Architects have two such assignments and discuss their solution at the onsite interview.
The assignments take one-hour and are sent over email. We are flexible with scheduling so it can be done at a time that is convenient to you.