Whether the interview takes place on your campus or at an Oracle site, remember: be yourself!
During this initial introduction, expect a comfortable, mutual exchange of information.
In an approximately 30-minute interview, we want to hear about what you’ve done—your achievements, your awards, and everything that makes you proud. We want to understand your personality—something your resumé could never begin to depict. What are your interests? How do you show your creativity? What’s the secret behind your drive? What is it that you care about most? In an informal setting, we will begin to share the qualities that make Oracle the great company that it is. We’ll give it our best; you give it your best. At this informational exchange we’ll discuss a very serious topic—your future—in a relaxed environment.
Now that you are at the onsite interview, expect to meet with various groups in a friendly atmosphere. We may ask you technical questions related to specific projects and products as well as questions about other qualities that make you unique. And you should plan to ask us questions in return. Working with people you like is important. Your colleagues may have great influences on your growth, your future, and your happiness. Some of the people you meet may be working alongside you in just a few months, so be sure to introduce yourself and get to know some of your future team members (who may turn out to be future friends as well).
Many exciting opportunities await you at Oracle. We are always looking for innovative people to join us in creating today’s most exciting products and services, so businesses can further harness the extraordinary power of hardware and software, engineered to work together.
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