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IMC

4.5
  • 100 - 500 employees

Application Process & Interviews at IMC

9
9 rating for Recruitment, based on 9 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Online Assessments followed by two on-site interviews.
Graduate, Sydney
The hiring process is definitely challenging but enjoyable. I had a slightly different process as I was offered a graduate role as a converted intern but the process is pretty much the same. It consists of the usual online aptitude assessments and coding tests. Followed by an online video interview. Then there are 2 rounds of in-house interviews which the company flies applicants over to Sydney for. They are coding tests, behavioural tests, and problem solving questions.
Graduate, Sydney
Fairly rigorous/intensive, but it never felt overly stressful. Several online tests followed by two in person days - personality/meet the team interviews, a white boarding interview, a technical interview etc
Graduate, Sydney
Around 4 interviews across two separate days, a dinner with company heads + team leads, a few technical tests, a mathematical and sequential aptitude test, and various other tests online.
Graduate, Amsterdam
Online tests and then two onsite interviews
Graduate, Sydney
It's long and tough, but the interviewers are keen to see you do well and give tips here and there. They also give great feedback on how you went.
Graduate, Sydney
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Mix of behavioural questions and logic / brain-teaser style questions.
Graduate, Sydney
Behavioural and coding questions. Similar to other tech companies.
Graduate, Sydney
Typical CS problem solving questions about data structures and algorithms, behavioural questions about both technical and non-technical experience, practical coding problem questions
Graduate, Sydney
Personality/interests General discussion Technical - industry style problem to discuss and solve with an experienced employee Technical - general CompSci style questions, but not so 'academic' as I've often encountered
Graduate, Sydney
Behavioural: Why do I want to work here, what is my passion/drive, name something about your daily routine that annoys you and what you'd do to fix it Technical: Details about financial futures, calculating their value, etc.
Graduate, Amsterdam
Generally problem solving questions, with numerical skills also being tested.
Graduate, Sydney
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Ensure you are passionate/interested in the industry.
Graduate, Sydney
Applying as a software developer, just revise what you learnt in university in coding and computer science classes. Just be yourself for the behavioural interviews.
Graduate, Sydney
Have a good technical knowledge, come prepared to ask lots of questions of the interviewers - that's much more important than remembering a textbook interview response, and be prepared to back up your answers with real world examples
Graduate, Sydney
If you can't explain concepts to others, you don't understand them.
Graduate, Sydney
Be on top of basic financial terminology, enough to at least know what stocks, futures and options are. Also, be good at mental arithmetic, pattern recognition, and be quick on your feet
Graduate, Amsterdam
Brush up on mental arithmetic, be able to explain what you're thinking when solving problems, that way the interviewer can see what you're doing, as they'll help you out a bit if they think you're going down the wrong direction.
Graduate, Sydney