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Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.1/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.1/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.8/5
 
Company Culture:
4.1/5
 
Career Progression:
3.5/5
 
Colleagues:
4.3/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.8/5
 

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Application Advice:

Attended a top university. You don't need to have experience, you simply need to demonstrate the ability to learn quickly and to have an interest in the job.

Interview Advice:

Correctness is more important than continuing to talk - if you're not sure about a question, say that you're going to think about it for a bit (or better, think out loud).

Software Engineer, Professional Services at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Apply early if you want to start at a particular time. In particular, internship spots fill up quickly.

Interview Advice:

When solving a problem, talk through what you're thinking so that the interviewer can see where you're coming from.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself at the interview. There is not much preparation you can do.

Software Engineer, Software Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

The interview process requires perseverance (because the final job does too)!
The company consider applicants from all academic subjects - a strong academic record is more important than what you've studied.

Interview Advice:

Lengthy process requires enthusiasm and perseverance.

PS R&D, Support at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Enjoy it! If you're likely to enjoy the job then you're likely to have fun with the interview process - particularly the tests and problem solving.

Software Engineer, Software testing at Metaswitch Networks
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Interview Advice:

Much of the interview day consists of 'solving' a number of open-ended problems. You are given lots of time to think about them before being interviewed. You are expected to be able to explain your thinking and work logically.

Software Developer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Get interested in coding, electronics, problem solving, engineering, computing, maths or any similar sciency/engineering topic. Have a go at learning to program on your own. Build a small program of your own. Have something to talk about that you've done yourself.

Interview Advice:

Similar to application advice.

Software developer, Virtualisation at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Do spend time on your online application form (though I feel this is obvious) and do a little bit of reading on the company website. Don't expect to understand everything there though! Pretty much everything on the website was new to me and I still did just fine. I'd also make sure you are really interested in the role. The interview process is fairly intense and will be extra tough if you aren't even fussed about the job at the end.

Interview Advice:

There are 2 interview stages and the most important advice for them I can give is try to enjoy yourself. This might seem silly, as there are loads of tests to do, but if you just relax, and try to enjoy thinking about the challenging problems you are posed, you'll perform much better. Don't worry if you get stuck on a problem during one of the tests, as you'll have the opportunity to discuss it later in an interview. And in the second round interview, try to relax and just enjoy the dinner/overnight stay. It isn't part of the interview, so don't act too artificially. You'll just annoy the other candidates and people from the company.

System Tester, System Test at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

You need to show that you are interested in problem solving and a general clever person with interest in technology. Your degree and previous experience doesn't really matter, we have people who studied ancient history, chemistry, plant biology,...

Interview Advice:

Be honest and try to enjoy the problem solving challenges.

Commissioning and Software Engineer, Commissioning Team at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Don't overthink it.

Interview Advice:

Don't try to be uptight and officious on your interview - you are much more likely to get the job if you act natural and relax.

Support Engineer, Support at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Emphasize strong academic qualifications.

Interview Advice:

Extensively test-based interview. Come expecting to solve interesting problems.

Software Engineer, Professional Services at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Go for it! Even if you don't have ANY prior experience with software or coding, you may still be the sort of person who will be great at those things and Metaswitch offers the kind of supporting environment that can develop those skills. Also the interview process is really fun - if you enjoy the interviews, you'll enjoy working here. It's nice that the interview process is so representative of the kind of thinking and problem-solving you need day-to-day, rather than feeling like a series of exercises where you have to jump through hoops.

Interview Advice:

Think out loud - show the interviewer your thought processes so that they can help you if you get stuck. Don't be afraid if you find the questions hard - you're supposed to!

Software Engineer, Professional Services at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Show signs of good problem solving skills on your application. You do not need any coding background or experience.

Interview Advice:

Don't be put off if you can't do the questions; the interview part is a good place to show them who you are and how you think.

Software Developer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Apply! Metaswitch had the best application process of any company I applied to.

Interview Advice:

Be interested - the problems at interview are challenging, but if you've had an enjoyable discussion about them with your interviewer then that's a good sign.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Emphasize ability to think and learn rather than specific experience (and don't worry about not having specific experience).

Interview Advice:

Questions are on logic and problem-solving - explain what you're doing and be prepared to answer questions. Don't be afraid to admit that you made mistakes.

System Test Engineer, System Test at Metaswitch Networks
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Interview Advice:

Make sure you've thought about any questions the interviewer might ask about your CV. Practise some psychometric tests.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Aptitude test heavy at the start, so practice these. Good numerical and logical skills required.

Interview Advice:

Research questions, prepare, but be open-minded.

Software Engineer, Software Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Interview Advice:

Some basic research to understand how networking (especially TCP/IP) works would be helpful.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be honest, don't try and hide your flaws behind waffle.

Interview Advice:

Interviews are primarily technical exercises with no prior knowledge required.

Graduate Software Engineer, System test at Metaswitch Networks
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Interview Advice:

Be honest. Ask lots of questions and try to get a good idea of what you will be doing.

Graduate Software Engineer, L3 Test Team at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

The company value aptitude rather than ability in graduates: don't worry about what you already know, instead focus on showing you're capable and willing to learn a lot more. Lots of the assessments involve open-ended questions; you're assessed on how you approach them and rewarded for any thought process, rather than expected to find a right answer. Don't panic if you don't feel you've got anywhere with a problem; you get the chance to discuss your answers later on and your assessors will give you plenty of opportunity to explain yourself.

Interview Advice:

The interviews are fairly relaxed; you'll have a few one-on-ones throughout the process, but these are largely discussions focussed on how you've tackled the problems you've been set. I think I had one discussion centred on my CV, but it was much more a chat about my hobbies and non-academic interests.

One part of the final interview stage requires you to present any topic you like for 10-15 minutes to an audience of two/three employees. Avoid stale, familiar topics: the audience tend to engage more in something fresh (I've heard of talks on solving cryptic crossword and baking bread).

Software Engineer, Engineering at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

One of the rounds for me was a timed questionnaire with lots of logic and verbal questions, but no penalty for mistakes. You may as well finish this, as it's a multiple choice and you can guess the rest when running out of time.

The standard is very high.

Interview Advice:

I can remember tests where you needed to be able to:

- Follow an algorithm. Just write down where you are up to at various points. Be careful but fast - those are key skills.
- Write the code (or flowchart) to manage a simple game. This is the sort of thing you can practice at home. Even if you don't know how to code, try thinking about the rules of a game and where people actually have inputs.
- Solve some hypothetical problem. Maybe optimising something. The key thing here is not to come up with the right answer, but a good answer and to keep building on it. And adjust it if the interviewer finds a flaw. This sort of question is a two-way dialogue - if you're stuck then say your thought process aloud.

Software Engineer, Software Application Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

We're very keen on good A-level results - make sure you meet the requirement or provide a good reason why not.

Interview Advice:

Technically there's no need to be able to code, but having the skills you learn by coding will be an advantage. Good communication also essential, although there's no need to be an extrovert.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be open and honest - particularly about lack of programming experience. Your interview is about potential ability as a programmer or another technical role - not your existing experience.

Interview Advice:

Try and enjoy the interview process; if you do then you will have a good idea of whether the role is right for you! The interview will assess problem-solving skills, and won't assume any prior programming knowledge.

Use your interview time as a chance to get to know the people who work at the company - you should like them and want to work with them!

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

You must be enthusiastic about technology and solving difficult problems

Interview Advice:

The interviews focus on your problem solving skills rather than how much you can learn about the company on the internet. Clear communication of your answers is very important.

Software Engineer, Software Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Not necessarily a role in dev.

Interview Advice:

Be honest. Ask for help.

Graduate Software Engineer, Commissioning at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be open and honest, the company know what they are looking for and will be able to spot very quickly if you have lied. They are looking for a mindset not just a CV.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm through all of the tests and just be yourself.

Software Engineer, Software Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be honest about yourself and your qualifications - they did not appear to be a huge factor in deciding whether to go on to interview

Interview Advice:

Try and relax. The technical problems are not designed to be solved perfectly - the interviewer is probably more interested in how you adapt to the problems you couldn't solve and the general way you look at things

Software Engineer, System Test at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be honest.

Interview Advice:

Don't worry. The tests are there to test your aptitude so you can't revise. The discussions after the test are more important than the test itself so don't worry.

Software Engineer, Telecoms – SBC at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what you're applying for and that the job seems right for you

Interview Advice:

Relax and enjoy it

Software Engineer, Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

You are not assessed on current knowledge. Metaswitch Networks has an excellent training regime, so you can start at 0. Demonstrate your ability to learn quickly and adapt to new situations with ease.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to ask questions during the technical interviews. The interview is a two-way process, so treat it like a lesson or tutorial - the interviewer is watching how you deal with a completely new problem, and assessing how your brain works when presented with a challenge.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be honest, don't fake interests you don't have. It is more important to like solving puzzles than to care about technology.

Interview Advice:

Remain calm! Correct answers are less important than showing you can take feedback and work to a solution collaboratively.

Software Engineer, Network Protocols Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Hone your skills a bit on logic puzzles before applying.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself and approach the problems you're given as you would. It's more about demonstrating how you go about solving problems than it is about getting the right answers.

Software Engineer, Security at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

You probably need to have a 2:1 from a reputable university (Russell Group mainly) to even have your application considered. Testing yourself on logic puzzles is a god way to prepare, but any experience in software is not required at all.

Interview Advice:

Most important rule is to be very good at explaining what you did and be able to either justify why you did a certain step, or explain why you think that is no longer the correct solution. Metaswitch values highly the ability to communicate technical ideas effectively, and in interviews that's what they look for most.

Software Engineer, Applications and Media Gateways Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Give it a go!

Interview Advice:

Take your time and try to make systematic progress. The puzzles are not designed to be solved completely in the time available, so don't worry if you haven't finished.

Software Engineer, Networking Business Unit Customer Services at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Apply early (especially for internships), and leave enough time to properly fill out the massive application form!

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to explain your answers and possibly change them during the discussion. You need to show how you approach a problem.

Software Engineer, Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Apply if you are interested in difficult technical challenges and find hard technical work rewarding.

Interview Advice:

Get a good night's sleep beforehand - the interview is mentally tiring and requires you to think on your feet.

Software Engineer, ABU Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, don't pretend to be a perfect employee.

Interview Advice:

As above - be yourself, be natural. Also, prepare for aptitude tests beforehand.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Don't feel you need a technological/ coding background to apply.

Interview Advice:

Try to relax! Easier said than done. The interview tasks seemed to be more about discussing ideas than getting the correct answer first time.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Read tech websites and learn a bit of a programming language so you can show you're interested in technology.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

The company assumes no knowledge and provides plenty of time to learn on the job, so it looks more for potential and the ability to reason about problems than it does about extensive knowledge of the subject area.

Software Engineer, Network Protocol Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Not much, the application is pretty straightforward

Interview Advice:

It's focused on a number of reasoning exercises - it doesn't matter if you get a "correct" answer, but you should be prepared to explain the reasoning behind your answers. Also, be sure to make at least some contribution to the group exercise. Other than that, be prepared for the standard interview questions (why do you want to work here, where do you see yourself in the future etc.).

Customer Support Engineer, Europe/Middle East/Africa Support at Metaswitch Networks
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Interview Advice:

There's not much you can prepare for, but during the exercises prepare to explain why you wrote what you did.

Commissioning Engineer, Commissioning Team at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Don't worry about not having programming experience - interview is looking for technical aptitude and enthusiasm, not knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Final interview is 24-hour process including hotel stay. Make the most of it - good way to find out if the company is a good fit for you.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Don't worry too much, even if your degree has nothing to do with IT/telecoms apply, there are a lot of people at Metaswitch that have a degree in Chemistry, Physics and Biology so your background doesn't matter too much if you're clever

Interview Advice:

Be honest, enjoy the challenge, be prepared for a tough but fun interview

Commissioning Engineer, Commissioning at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Do not be ashamed of being a geek

Interview Advice:

Try to enjoy it - you will be working through some difficult, but therefore interesting problems.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Tell your interviewer if you have any creative ideas about the questions.

Interview Advice:

Use your brain and speak up

Software Engineer, Networking Business Unit at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

You don't have to be an expert in either coding or network technology!

Interview Advice:

Try and exude some confidence - even if you feel quite nervous! The interviewers aren't trying to catch you out, but see how you deal with situations.

Software Developer, Networking Software at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and put effort into your application. Lack of previous experience is not a problem (I had very little!), use the application to explain why you are interested in this area. Conveying genuine passion to want to learn and improve goes a long way. Look at the website to get a clearer picture of the company.

Interview Advice:

If you have no programming experience it's worth doing a quick tutorial in a simple language (e.g. python on codecademy) just to give you some experience of the sort of logic you might need to apply. Generally be enthusiastic during the interview and enjoy yourself. Ask questions on anything you find interesting, even if its not directly related to the question you're asked.

Software Engineer, System Test at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

the interview/recruitment process is a genuine reflection of working at the company.

Interview Advice:

Be honest.

Software Enginneer, Company Systems at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Apply if you enjoy challenging yourself.

Interview Advice:

You can get some of the interview test questions 'wrong' but still get a job, do not worry! It is more about 'how' you think than your specific answers to the questions.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

The application process is geared to work out how you think rather than what you know. Don't worry if you don't have a background in computer sciences - I learnt almost all of that on the job.

Interview Advice:

Again, be prepared to explain your thought processes - this is probably more important than what your actual answer was.

Software Engineer, Hosted Business Services Development at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

The application process is designed to be hard, but hard because you're solving difficult problems. It's not designed to catch you out.

Interview Advice:

The people interviewing you want to be on your side, so don't worry too much. It doesn't matter if you make a mistake. There aren't many (if any) competency based questions which makes for a much nicer interview in my opinion.

Software Engineer, Testing at Metaswitch Networks
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Application Advice:

Apply if you have strong reasoning and logic skills and want a job where you're learning every day and achieving tangible results while you're at it.

Interview Advice:

You can expect a two day interview process with a focus on revealing potential through logic puzzles and pseudocode rather than tests of programming experience and rote memorisation of algorithms.

Software Engineer, at Metaswitch Networks
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