How to Get a Job at Red Hat
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These pages are meant to provide helpful information about how to get a software engineering, product manager, data science, and designer job at Red Hat. Being prepared and knowledgeable is a key to every step of the hiring process. You can tab through each part of the guide to see information that can be helpful to your stage from office location for those trying to figure out if a company has a presence in your city of choice to real world interview questions. These guides contain much of the same information we have Pathrise fellows review before they apply or interview for a job with Red Hat for roles including Software Developer, Mobile Developer, Software Engineer, Web Developer, Software Architect, Computer Programmer, Machine Learning Engineer, Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Data Engineer, Product Designer, UI Designer, UX Designer, Experience Designer, Web Designer, Product Manager, and Technical Product Manager and other tech, data, and product related roles. We hope you find these helpful and if you have content that you think we should add or think we got anything wrong, please email us at email@example.com and let us know.
- They work to create a transparent and balanced culture , though some comments have been made that it is not as good as it used to be
- Compensation is considered average compared to other similar companies.
- There have been some complaints that management is not the most effective and that the company's goals are ill-defined at times.
The interview process for a software engineer takes from 2-4 weeks on average.
Stage 1: Phone interview with hiring manager.
Stage 2: Technical phone interview with the team lead/technical director.
The technical questions include databases especially NOSQL and MongoDB, as well as other questions about Linux OS and Java.
Stage 3: Onsite interview
The onsite round consists of 3-4 interviews. Questions are a mixture of behavioral, situational, and technical questions.
The interview process for a data scientist can take up to 4 weeks.
Stage 1: Technical phone screen (skill test)
Stage 2: Video interview (skill assessment and profile discussion)
Stage 3: Online assignment (case study)
Stage 4: Onsite interview
Candidate discusses the case study and answers technical and behavioral questions.
The interview process for a product/experience/UX UI designer takes about 4 weeks.
Stage 1: Phone screen with HR
Stage 2: 'Phone interview with hiring manager
Stage 3: Technical panel interview
Stage 4: Onsite interview
The candidate gives a presentation showcasing some of his/her work and answers more detailed questions.
The interview process for a product manager takes 3-4 weeks on average.
Stage 1: Phone screen with recruiter
Stage 2: Phone interview with hiring manager
Stage 3: Onsite interview
- Linux basic command.
- About shell script.
- SDLC bug life cycle.
- Reverse linked list, how does heap sort work? Time complexity for putting n elements in a heap.
- Show your contributions to open source software and explain the various design decisions.
- How would you debug a maven POM script?
- Write a script to clear the data older than x days from a location and send a verification email to the user group.
- What is one project you are proud of? Explain everything about it.
- Binary tree transition.
- OS details.
- Coding questions on algorithms, data structures, and operating systems.
- Questions on predictive modeling and statistics.
- Questions on R tool.
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- Describe your previous experience with product management.
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