I worked at Activision full-time (More than 3 years)
I will always remember my time at Activision fondly. From my very first day there I knew I would fit right in. There is always a great atmosphere in the office and there's a really satisfying team spirit.
The work can be challenging at times, and repetitive at others.
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Activision (Dublin, Co. Dublin) in June 2011.
It was quite easy. Only one interview and the two interviewers were really nice. They asked simple questions about the videogame industry, my interest in the job and in the videogame industry, if I had previous experiences as a QA tester. It was more like an informal chat than a normal interview. It is nice to talk to people that share your passion, and that is exactly what they are looking for, people passionate on videogames.
After this interview, they contacted me very quickly to tell me I was hired. They offered me a temporary contract for 3 months. The questions during the interview were not tricky or difficult. The work atmosphere was really nice, people were very kind and easy-going. It is a good company to work at.
Negociation was not possible.
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