Perguntas de entrevista de vaga de Associate Systems Engineer da Cisco Systems

Atualizado em Mar 25, 2021

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Cisco Systems

Funcionário sigiloso em Amsterdão

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Candidatei-me online. O processo levou 4 semanas. Fui entrevistado pela Cisco Systems (Amsterdão) em Apr 2020

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Eerst was er een cv selectie. Na selectie was er een video interview waar je een aantal antwoorden op behavioral questions moest beantwoorden, bijv. vertel me over een keer dat je een moeilijk situatie had. Hoe heb je het opgelost? Na video interview was er een assessment centre, waar je een aantal rondes achter elkaar had.

Perguntas da entrevista
  • Vertel over het project in je professionele carriere waar je het meest trots op bent.
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Cisco Systems

Funcionário sigiloso em Nairobi

Oferta aceita
Experiência positiva
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Candidatura

Candidatei-me online. Fui entrevistado pela Cisco Systems (Nairobi) em Sep 2019

Entrevista

The interview process is straight to the point.The Assessment is a bit challenging becaus eit requires a lot of practice. One should be able to sharpen their presentation and oral skills before the Assessment Centre. Know the language of simplifying technical products to the customer. Of course set up another meting with the client as you end your presentation.

Perguntas da entrevista
  • 1.Tell Us about Yourself 2.Why do you want this role more than the other candidates. 3.What technology excites you most at Cisco.
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Cisco Systems

Candidato sigiloso à entrevista

Nenhuma oferta
Experiência neutra
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Candidatei-me online. O processo levou 4 semanas. Fui entrevistado pela Cisco Systems em Mar 2018

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Applied online and went through an online interview consisting of a behavioral based interview and a technical interview where they supplied coding problems in advance. After that, they invited me to an on-site interview that was very difficult. You had a role-playing session, a presentation, an interview, and technical quiz.

Perguntas da entrevista
  • They were standard behavioral based questions.
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Cisco Systems

Candidato sigiloso à entrevista

Nenhuma oferta
Experiência positiva
Entrevista normal
Candidatura

Fui entrevistado na Cisco Systems

Entrevista

The interview had four rounds. First was the resume, second was a telephonic, third a video interview and fourth was onsite.I could not make it to the last round since I had an exam on that day

Perguntas da entrevista
  • Basics about networking would do good to pass the next levels
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Cisco Systems

Funcionário sigiloso em Raleigh, NC

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Experiência positiva
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Candidatura

Candidatei-me por indicação de um funcionário O processo levou 4 semanas. Fui entrevistado pela Cisco Systems (Raleigh, NC) em Nov 2016

Entrevista

Tips 1. This position is EXTREMELY competitive. Show that you want this job. 2. If you don't know something during the interview process, don't BS, admit it. 3. It is impossible to feel fully prepared during this interview process. Understand the basics on what they're going to ask you about and be able to explain it to someone who has no idea about the subject. 4. Don't get too wound up into the technical, it's a waste of time for now. 5. Find a way to stand out from the rest of the applicants. For me, I have previous sales experience and a music background. 6. Sales experience. I can't emphasize this point enough. This gave me a very competitive edge. Even if you haven't sold anything before, practice role playing with people who have. 7. They're looking for people who can hold conversations, are honest, have sales/business acumen and will work hard. Treat interviews as conversations. 8. Don't be hostile to other candidates during the final round. Make friends, not enemies. You never know when someone can give you some great advice or hook you up with a job opportunity in the future. 9. Connect with current CSAP employees to answer questions you may have. Talk to your recruiter. 10. DO NOT WRITE ON THE WHITEBOARD AND SPEAK AT THE SAME TIME. ~Every year the interviews are run slightly different~ Round 1: 2 Minute Video Cisco gives you about 2 weeks(?) to make a video answering a behavioral question. I did a little bit of editing and had a photography friend help me out. Dress nicely and tell a story relating your 3 points. Round 2: WebEx Interview All ASE applicants had 2 parts to this interview: behavioral and technical. This will be done over WebEx (Cisco's version of Skype) and will be about an hour in length. Behavioral: Don't BS. Your interviewer will ask a variety of behavioral questions. The STAR approach is great for organizing your ideas and answering questions. Technical: Cisco provides 3 questions to have answered before through code. Further questions were asked based on these 3 questions to test my knowledge. Personally, I felt I dropped the ball with my responses. I forgot what polymorphism is and couldn't give a good response to the differences between functions and variables in python. Because of this, I followed up this interview with emails explaining my answers with both words and more code. I think if I didn't do this I would have probably been knocked out this round. Round 3: Final Interview They will fly you down to their training/research facility in Raleigh, North Carolina for a day of interviews. As mentioned above, this is a whole day with other applicants who spent just as much or more time than you preparing for this interview. Study hard, work hard and be confident. Remember, they wouldn't be investing this much time into you if they weren't interested. Interviewers will be in person or over WebEx. The interview process is divided into 4 activities in no precise order: Aptitude test 10 hard multiple choice questions you can't study for. Even if you get just 2 right, it doesn't mean you're disqualified. Quick tip for this: I think Cisco wants to see how you handle failure before going into the other parts of the interview. Don't think too much about this section. You can't control the past, only the present to shape your future. Behavioral interview For this one I was in front of 2 managers. The first part consists of behavioral questions. The second part of this also tested my knowledge of networks. For this part, Cisco gives you an hour video explaining all of the information that will be asked. Given the off chance that the interviewer asks you something you don't know, admit it. Do not BS. Work your way through a solution and email the interviewer afterwards with a correct answer. Treat as a conversation. Sales Role Play This is where you show your sales/business acumen. You will be provided with a test case weeks before the interview to study. Consider this. How much does the potential client know about networking? Do they need someone else to sign off on an investment like this? What is the most important problem they need fixed? Provide studies and cases to affirm your solutions through a conversation. Use the whiteboard. Don't go over 20 minutes. Presentation For this part you'll have 10 minutes to explain something to 3 Cisco Employees. How does Cisco&