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Netbuilder Overview

Wigan, England
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
NETbuilder is a leading provider of specialist software, consultancy and infrastructure services to the Financial, Government and Commercial markets.

Founded in 1999, NETbuilder has become a trusted solutions provider to hundreds of Customers from ... Read more

Netbuilder Reviews

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    "A great opportunity with an amazing company"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Consultant in Manchester, England
    Current Employee - Consultant in Manchester, England
    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at Netbuilder full-time (Less than a year)


    New and exciting technologies to learn.
    Training program is excellently written and taught perfectly by the expert staff.
    Within days of starting, you are made to feel like family and are looked after throughout and after training.
    Opportunities to consult with some huge companies in a variety of locations.


    The training is unpaid, however with a guarantee of starting to get paid after 12 weeks AND a fully furnished apartment proved for you at no charge, close to the office, it is well worth the wait!

    Advice to Management

    Add a pool training course

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Netbuilder Photos

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Netbuilder Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    Consultant Trainee Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Manchester, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Netbuilder (Manchester, England) in October 2015.


    Initial phone interview was fairly straight forward asking about your commitments and your basic knowledge of the programming knowledge, and also asked about my relevant modules. Once that done I was told to attend the assessment centre which was based in Manchester and I live in London (PS they didn't pay for travel).

    Once arriving we were in a group of 5 very small group (was surprised) and we were asked to go into computer lab sort of environment where the presentation on how "good" their company is and all. This person who was presenting seemed like he just wanted to get and over and done with attitude through out the day.

    He also explained why the group is small compare to usual size it's due to the urgent need of consultant and they sort of realised at the last minute. He than explained it wouldn't be as long as usual assessment day so he told us he will allocate each one of us to one of the staff for the interview stage so we all go together and come back together since the group is very small.

    He gave a task to be completed in an hour or so about something related in the news for the past 14 days and come up with a solution. Decide yourself who will be the project lead and all, and when the time comes I would like to see website, and a presentation (bit like Apprentice program style).

    During the task I don't think anybody was watching us at all we were left alone to work with and every now and then there was this lady warned us about the time we left to finish the task. The guy came to his desk 10 minutes before the deadline, and minding his own business in his laptop didn't say a word even past the deadline. We asked "who calls for it to be ready?" and he immediately responded with "you should've told us this couple of minutes ago when your times up".

    we got up nervously, and presented what we could do in the small time given a small group our work was not fantastic but after all the presentation and questions, we were just simply told "thanks for your hard word and bye" sounded rather sarcastic manner in my opinion anyway.

    Interview Questions

    • describe abstraction? what is oop principles? explain them? what do you like in IT? what interest you?   Answer Question
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Netbuilder Awards & Accolades

  • Training & Development, Adur & Worthing Business Awards, 2013

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