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Aucun recrutement à Shannon (Irlande) de Jaguar Land Rover actuellement. Consultez tous les emplois Jaguar Land Rover
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J'ai travaillé chez Jaguar Land Rover en tant que stagiaire (Moins d'un an)
Équipe aidante, salaire très correct, grand potentiel de formation, cadre agréable
Localisation contraignante loin de la ville
J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris une semaine. J'ai passé un entretien à Jaguar Land Rover (Shannon (Irlande)) en février 2018.
I was contacted by a recruiter on LinkedIn who was outsourced by Jaguar Land Rover. He said that he came across me as the skills I have specialised in during my Computer Science degree align very well with what the team is looking for.
I interviewed for a graduate position with the Machine/Deep Learning Autonomous Driving team. I thought that the interview went well and that I was more likely to be better suited for the role compared to other graduates, given my experience with machine learning, specifically with neural networks. I was pleased with how everything went after I had left, and was looking forward to see how things would progress from there.
At the end of the interview I was told that I would hear back from them within the next week - I never did. After about a month, I got a call from the recruiter apologising for the delay and asked me if I was still interested in the position. I said that I absolutely was, and he said he will speak with them and get back to me ASAP. This was several weeks ago and I still have not heard back from the recruiter or from anyone at Jaguar Land Rover themselves. I have since accepted another offer that I am very pleased with.
Given that I took an entire day off college, drove across the country, spent €80 on petrol, to take this interview, it is extremely unprofessional, unthoughtful and disheartening that they weren't even bothered to make the effort of contacting me to, at least, let me know that my interview process with them would not be going any further.
Even if they were to contact me after this length of time and ask for further interviewing or offer me a position, I would decline as the long wait indicates to me that they were not very impressed with my interview or that they weren't excited to continue the process with me.