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Sprout Mortgage
A un Senior IT Auditor le preguntaron...23 de febrero de 2022

They needed a candidate with CISA certification.

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Considering how analytical my brain is, I’m quite sure U can complete it with flying colors something tomorrow or day after. If I aced the nursing entry exam I got this. Does it cost that take it? Menos

I’m willing to do the certification but can you tell me what exactly I’d be using it for? Menos

It’s used to do audits and I’m not to sure I would enjoy that as much as the legal profession. Menos

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Conservation International

IT technical question involving infrastructure.

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Yes

how do I contact you

are u from Singapore?

Yoti

The wifi doesn't work properly. And for every basic test I could think of, they answered that it proved all was fine but still it didn't work.

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To be fair to the company, in this scenario it doesn't sound very much like the role was for you. I would totally expect a 'Senior IT Technician/Manager' to troubleshoot basic network problems and resolve them without swapping the hardware. Perhaps working in a technical networked environment is outside your current skillset. Menos

Nick, were you there to know what were my answers? It seems so, according to your certainty. I think my answers did troubleshoot basic network problems, as you said. But they wanted a specialist. In such roles, reliably and cost go above pride. You learn to put efficiency above time consuming pride when you are in charge of the whole IT. I installed hundreds of wifi AP in my careers, the answers I gave Yoti always were enough to provide really good service. At the end I said if I can't find, there's no point in wasting more time, Yoti is not a wifi provider and has more important tasks. Money matters, this role would include budget management. When I installed a wifi service for small companies, it worked for years. The next time I'll install one, I would learn for the latest standards: so much changes in 2 years. No need to be a wifi specialist for a small company, and it's easy to re-learn it when it becomes necessary, with updated literature. For your information, their solution was awful, I would never use it unless I'm bored at work and need time consuming tasks, which never exists when alone for the IT Administration of 170 colleagues. But if they like spending time on settings again and again, it's their business. Menos

At the end I said there are more important matters than a broken access point, I would just change it, with a different model and everybody could focus on their real job instead of wasting time (Don't answer that, they wanted someone as talented as themselves to manage their LAN) Menos

Uline

Totally unxpected recruiting process - never experienced this in my past 15 years of career - been to many interviews during past 15 years.

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Liz and Dick - it is 2014 please change the culture to embrace talent not worker-bees! Don't forget you only sell boxes and cartons not running NSA, Google or Apple (the computer company ;-0) Menos

Rock On!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rock On!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yoti

take this pen and write the code in BASH to read a CSV file, take the 3rd column and print it in uppercases

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I didn't know by heart the functions for reading CSV files and uppercase. I said in Systems Administration, we don't write code everyday, our code works for months, even years. And it's not secure to write a script from scratch, since we can't think about everything before going back to the IT Support. I usually take a good script from the internet, read all of it, adapt what needs be. Menos

'I usually take a good script from the internet' does not sound like something somebody experienced in a command language would say. This exercise is extremely basic, one I would expect to find within the first few pages of a tutorial on learning bash with zero experience needed. Perhaps you should not put a command language on your CV if you are not confident in its most basic applications. Menos

You have totally the same spirit as them. Great. Never said they were wrong. I'm pretty sure of my skill with those language as my programs were always reliable and secure and even taught them for a few years at university. I simply dont need them on a daily basis when in charge for the IT. I'd remember more easily how to secure an OS for a job interview. Menos

Fresenius Medical Care

What are 3 of your strengths and 1 weakness

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Dedication & compassion to help others. Team worker. Adept at understanding healthcare. Menos

1) 4.0 GPA at EMT training school. 2) Strong work ethics. 3) Patient appreciation. Weakness: In the past, public speaking, to overcome this I joined Toastmasters. At present, I am a stickler for facts and intolerant of liars. Menos

0 ▼ ▼ 1) 4.0 GPA at EMT training school. 2) Strong work ethics. 3) Patient appreciation. Weakness: In the past, public speaking, to overcome this I joined Toastmasters. At present, I am a stickler for facts and intolerant of liars. Menos

GeoDecisions

A common question from the interviewers would be "...why don't you tell us what the job requirements for this position should be..." followed by a general disagreement on the answer(s) when more than one interviewer was present -- what an organizational mess.

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Take your best shot. Look for nods of agreement or dissent and drive on. At least it was easy to get them talking (too easy) Menos

Sounds like this guy is just bitter about not getting the job he interviewed for... Menos

Prismagic Solutions

What do I do when I have nothing to do?

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Where do you see yourself in the coming 05 years?

They want to know what do you do in your spare time. Answer this as you like to watch a movie/Web Series, playing video games/any sport, reading a book, etc. in your spare time. Menos

Cargill

An optimist calls the glass half full, a pessimest says it's half empty. What does an engineer call it?

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There is 120 ml water in the glass !

the glass is two times larger than required.

DISH

How do you deal with change?

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They turned over a large portion of their IT staff in the last couple of years.

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