Mission: There’s a mindset that runs through Ocado like a stick of rock: a willingness to do the brave thing, the hard thing, the right thing.
To question the status quo; to change things for the better. We call it “the Ocado Way,” and ...
I have been working at Ocado full-time (Less than a year)
Everyday I am meeting new people and I have new opportunities to learn new things. It feels great to get the job done well and to see the customers smile and appreciation. It gives me satisfaction.
Sometimes lack of lift in the building
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Ocado (Hatfield, East of England, England) in February 2010.
I applied Ocado through agent. They asked me to send CV and cover letter. I was then asked to do an online test on Java. The online test was very difficult, and covered many concepts rarely used. Passed that and got onsite interview. The test consists of two questions, one is basically logical, you were given some basic operation, like increment, minus, multiply, and then you use these operations to define other operations, like test equality, nonequality, and so on. The other one is to finish an incomplete program. The program is about linked list, to test the size. Messed about this part.
CFC4 coming soon
Our colleagues in Automation Engineering on life at Ocado Engineering and why they love working here http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQeNo