Tuesday Jun 25, 2013

Inspiration

Once again, I find myself back in Seoul – ASEM Tower, 16th Floor in a mobile room. I’m busy preparing for the interview process that is about to take place for Oracle Korea’s GIP 7th (Graduate Intake Program): scheduling the first round interviews, organizing interview guidelines, educating interviewers on the process and framework and  getting all the logistics ready for the 1st round interview.

Seoul or Korea rather is a fascinating place. Highly efficient, the utmost respect for seniors and results orientated. When students come in for an interview at first it was hard to tell them apart – there seems to be accepted interview attire that must be worn when attending an interview. Males and Females, all dress in black suits, with white shirts underneath – with males to wear simple and dark colored ties.

During the interview, they would all sit very upright, all would bow when entering the room, place their hands on the laps and very often they would hold minimal eye contact. They would project their voice loud to portray confidence, they would talk in the Korean formal dialect at all times and will treat every question, every moment with extreme clarity and the utmost professionalism.

When the interview concludes, they will all stand hands by their sides, bow 90 degrees and thank all the interviewers for their precious time and opportunity. As soon as they leave the interview room, I could hear all their sighs of relief and commended each other on their efforts.

More and more I learn about the Korean culture it inspires me. Their patriotism, their respect for each, their values, their appreciation, their motivation, their desires and passion – it truly was an experience for me (even as a recruiter) and can’t help but feel truly impressed and motivated to live for every moment.

Philip Yi

Oracle Campus Recruiter 

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Friday Jun 21, 2013

Meet our Interns: Jan, Intern in Czech Republic

1. Please introduce yourself and your current role at Oracle!

Hi, my name is Jan, but everybody calls me Honza which is an informal version of Jan in the Czech Republic. I graduated from the Czech Technical University in Prague and decided to stay here even though my family lives in Eastern Bohemia. I am interested in web technologies, OSS software, learning, volunteering and of course, chocolate. I am one of the many Oracle Interns who joined the ECEMEA Sales and Presales Internship Program a couple of months ago and I focus on Oracle Fusion Middleware Presales...

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Wednesday Jun 19, 2013

MY JOURNEY AT ORACLE BY PRATEEK BATLA IIT ROORKEE BATCH 2012

Can you share your experience working with Oracle so far?

It has been a wonderful journey so far. The last one year has been very exciting for me.  First of all I would like to mention that the training program at Oracle that we went through really prepared us well. It matured us and allowed us to go from developing small applications in college to big enterprise products. Two months of initial training has had a lasting impact for me. I am also really enjoying the knowledge I have gained so far and also learning new things to put into the products our team is developing. It's really fun to work here. We are treated like adults and we are responsible for our own workloads. We are not measured by how long we sit at a desk for, but more importantly what we are doing with our time...

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Monday Jun 17, 2013

Meet our Interns: Essam and Noel

Essam, Saudi Arabia

 Hi! My name is Essam and I am an intern in the Middleware Tech Pre-sales team. I graduated from the King Saud University in Saudi Arabia, Software Engineering Department. The first few weeks at Oracle were really good, I met a lot of new people and this helped me see that life as an employee is different from the university. I wasn’t expecting all employees and managers to be as helpful as they were. Even though they have their own work, responsibilities and deadlines to meet, they always stop to listen and help.

For students to maximize their chances of being accepted to an Oracle program, I think they should know more about the products and the core business of the company...

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Tuesday Jun 11, 2013

Growing up together in Oracle

We really appreciate that we can join in Oracle and pass through an Asia-Pacific-wide Graduate Program. In this program, we do not only participate in structured training, but also have chances to work on real business challenges across our lines of business.

 What do we learn and achieved in this program?

 There are three critical stages in this program: foundation, rotation and placement. Foundation gives us an orientation to understand the Oracle policy, the responsibilities of different LOB and the culture of Self-Service. After that a detailed and useful training are provided during our rotation, which also include the product knowledge, the professional industry analysis and the introduction of call skills. When we back to the placement, the hiring manager was really patient and kindly to provide variety kinds of opportunities on putting us into real calls.

What is more, in our daily work, we mostly focused on following up market events, BDC program and profiling. As a lead generation representative, what we need to know was how to attract and to communicate with customers via telephone, and also, highly controlled that how to grasp the requisite product knowledge quickly and how to cooperate with colleagues, both business development consults and sales...

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Wednesday Jun 05, 2013

Faces of Fusion!

Faces of Fusion!

Fusion Applications are the latest and greatest offerings from the Applications Development Group at Oracle! Do you want to know more about Fusion?

The “Faces of Fusion” are just people like you, who are highly enthusiastic and motivated to work and talk about their accomplishments. Let’s not wait anymore! Here’s a wonderful opportunity to watch the videos and listen to the people who developed these path-breaking software applications!

you can watch a series of videos at Fusion Videos

Interested in exploring opportunities with Applications Development Group at Oracle India? Connect with Manognya.Reddy-AT-oracle-DOT-com.

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