ReviewNet Authors write technical interview guides and questions for
ReviewNet. ReviewNet test questions are scenario-based, interview
questions. Each question has multiple answer choices with rationales for each.
Interview guides can include a series of screening questions or a reference
framework for interviewing technical candidates. Authors are sent an
authoring agreement once selected for a specific assignment. Time and
compensation: varies with project.
ReviewNet Technical Question Reviewers validate and suggest modifications
for our technical questions. ReviewNet Reviewers may also get involved
with the design of our question sets
(Q-Sets) and help in steering our test development. Reviewers are
selected for their specific expertise. Question reviewers are paid for
each set of questions reviewed. Time and compensation: varies with
A Sample Question.
ReviewNet Interviewers conduct technical interviews over
the phone with potential job candidates for positions at ReviewNet customers. Interviews include a conversation with the hiring manager to detail
the key points of the position. Interviewers design the interview based on the
success factors of the job discussed with the hiring manager. After the
interview is conducted, interviewers summarize the interview in a format to be
presented to the hiring manager. Time and compensation: varies with project.
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successful ReviewNet Author or Interviewer, please complete an
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