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Interviews at Animal Logic
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at Animal Logic
Originally applied for a Production Coordinator role, but was approached to apply for the Production Assistant position. From there, they arranged a zoom interview with the recruiter and Digital Producer.
- How would you handle a constantly changing schedule?
Anonymous Employee in Sydney
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Animal Logic (Sydney)
I applied online and got a response within 1 week and met with one of the recruiting managers and the supevisor for the department I would be working for at Animal Logic Sydney. After the interview I got an offer a couple of hours later. It was fairly laid back and they are really nice to talk to. The questions are really easy as well. Just familiarise yourself with the company history and just be positive.
- What was one of the toughest challenges you have faced and how have you overcome this?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Animal Logic (Vancouver, BC) in Feb 2018
The process was fairly routine. An email to set up an interview, and then an in-person one. Clear communication and all. Sadly this was a very poor interview experience as the interviewers seemed very unhappy at their jobs and they kept asking me the same questions over and over but with different wording, so it was hard to fully engage with the group. The recruiter was polite, but the vibe was extremely uncomfortable as the others who were present made it clear that they were very tired/overworked. Had I gotten an offer, I wouldn't have taken it based on this experience.
- They asked me what my "nightmare job" would be, as in "what job would I absolutely hate to have", which I thought was really strange. Wouldn't it be "what job would you WANT to have?"