Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Sila SG.
I was recruited through a meet up I had attended when I said I had been looking for employment right out of University. They were the ones who contacted me through Linkedin and gave me a phone screening and informational talk before bringing me into the office.
I had two in person interviews with several people. The first I was interviewed by two software developers as well as the recruiter, while the second I had skype interviews with the DC office. Both went extremely well and were more about work ethics and how you solve problems than technical skill sets. They were extremely kind and helpful and we ended up having many interesting conversations.
The only downside was my interview process took over ten weeks from start to finish. I had two to three weeks in between each interview. It was not until I mentioned I had another offer, did the process speed up considerably.
- I had very few technical questions or hard interview questions. The hardest was how would I solve problems in a very detailed format as well as the dreaded "where do you see yourself in five years" question Answer Question
I did not negotiate as the offer was great and I knew I had a chance of increasing perks as time went on.
Sila Solutions Group is a growing professional services firm that has been helping Fortune 500 companies reach their business and IT goals for over 10 years in Washington, DC, Seattle, WA and CT/NYC. With over 30% growth in the past year, our experienced employees enjoy a stable, full-time career in a growing organization with a proven track record. Our people excel in providing project and program leadership, technical direction, and analytical guidance to solve our enterprise customers’ complex and challenging problems. Team members can expect to provide significant...