Mostly meeting with management and other managers from the organization. Low key not a stressful interview. Basic questions that are on a list of questions for an interview.
Answered - Principle Pricing and Licensing Project Manager (Former Employee) - Mountain View, CA
Medium difficulty, typically 2-3 tiers of interviews/sessions, either 1-on-1 or committee based.
Answered - Senior Manager, Business Operations (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Phone interview, then in-person.
Answered - Corporate/Technical Recruiter (Former Employee) - Culver City, CA
Very thorough interview process. Fast paced - much like Symantec.
Answered - Data Business Analyst (Former Employee) - Springfield, OR
It was 3 phone calls and 2 in-person interviews
Answered - SENIOR PRINCIPAL PROGRAM MANAGER (Current Employee) - Mountain View, CA
Several interviews with various managers, mostly in a round table environment. Job background search, criminal background search. Lengthy process.
Answered - Inside Sales (Former Employee) - Springfield, OR
Scattered and unorganized
Answered - Specialist (Current Employee) - Lindon, UT
It was pretty straightforward. I was contacted by Symantec by the recruiter, then there was a phone screen by the technical director, I was given an on-site interview by 3 senior team members and was asked for references and a background check and then I received a great offer.
Answered - Senior Software Engineer (Former Employee) - San Francisco, CA
The interview process will depend on the position. My experience was seamless, quick and pleasant.
Multiple managers and peers will interview you with possible skills testing scenarios.
Answered - Content Operations Manager / Technical Lead (Former Employee) - Mountain View, CA