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BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Overview

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Guildford, England
5001 to 10000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Information Technology
£5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year
SAS Institute, PA Consulting Group, IBM
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence delivers solutions which help our clients to protect and enhance their critical assets in the connected world. Our solutions combine large-scale data exploitation, ‘intelligence-grade’ security and complex services and ... Read more

Mission: We help nations, governments and businesses around the world defend themselves against cybercrime, reduce their risk in the connected world, comply with regulation and transform their operations.

We do this using our unique set of solutions, systems ... Read more

BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Reviews

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Julian Cracknell
22 Ratings
  • "Decent employer with interesting work"

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    Current Employee - Technical Delivery Graduate in Gloucester, England
    Current Employee - Technical Delivery Graduate in Gloucester, England
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    I have been working at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence full-time (More than a year)


    - Interesting work
    - Good culture
    - Decent salary


    - Relatively long hours
    - Hasn't made a profit for some time

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BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Photos

BAE Systems Applied Intelligence photo of: Critical National Infrastructure
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence photo of: Cloud and Digital: Using data and cloud to persue new business models, enhance customer engagement and improve business operations.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence photo of: Threat and Communications Intelligence: Next-gen intelligence and cyber secuirty solutions for national security and law enforcement.
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BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Interviews



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    Product Owner Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence (London, England) in June 2017.


    I applied online for a Product Owner - Professional Services position, and got a call from an internal recruiter 2 weeks later.

    1st phone interview: just a phone screening interview, the recruiter wasn't very keen to answer my questions.

    2nd phone interview: after chasing the recruiter (2 emails in 3 weeks) another recruiter called me at the end of May (when I was already thinking that this process wasn't going anywhere) as apparently the former recruiter had left the company so she had been handed over his work.

    3rd phone interview: with a Product Consultant. Quite vague interview, just went through my CV.

    4rd on site interview: with a Product Consultant and the hiring manager. As per the HR's email:

    - "Exploration of CV and any further technical/functional questions"
    - "Your motivation, career aspirations and goals – including your motivation in applying for this role"
    - I had been previously asked to prepare a 15 minute presentation on "work related topic ideally on a project you have been working on recently that highlights your experience and knowledge which relates to the role you have applied for, or for example, you could tell us about a work achievement you're proud of or a business issue you're particularly interested in. "
    - I was asked to resolved a logical puzzle and to write some algorithm in pseudo-code. This wasn't outlined by the previous HR email that detailed the selection process' stages.

    Smooth, structured and scripted interview with typical questions. I was asked many technical questions during the presentation and after doing the puzzling 'puzzles stage' and asking them what was the day-to-day work of a Product Consultant, I understood they actually call a Product Consultant to an Implementation Engineer. Therefore the position is highly technical and barely involves any consulting work. I had also applied for a Product Owner position and I was being interviewed for a Product Consultant position, which doesn't relate really much to a Product Consulting job.

    Result was a no-go for the 2 parts: I wasn't interested in that position and I just let them know. It was a bit awkward as the hiring manager didn't know anything about the position I had actually applied for. HR mistake, quite unprofessional, time wasting and disappointing for a company like BAE.

    Interview Questions

    • - Outline the pseudo-code for a logical problem.
      - Resolve a logical puzzle.   Answer Question
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Company Updates

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    Making the most of your next data breach | BAE Systems | Cyber Security & Intelligence

    That was three years ago. Whilst CEOs are undoubtedly more aware of the risks now, how many have employees who still play fast and loose with customers' personal data, and how many senior managers have that sort of control over their employees' practices?

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BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Awards & Accolades

  • Top 100 Digital Agencies, Econsultancy, 2015
  • Financial Crime Risk Management Systems Report(Category Leader), Chartis, 2015
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