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Problem Setter (Internship/Full Time)
Posted on: 3rd September, 2019 | Closed

Skills C++, Java, Python, Cpp, PHP
Cost to Company Best In Industry
Job Location Bengaluru
Openings 8
How to apply Take a 1 hrs 30 mins screening test organized by HackerEarth.
  • Opening time: Sep 05, 2019 07:00 AM UTC
  • Closing time: Jun 30, 2020 07:25 PM UTC
Note: You can take the test anytime between the given duration


1. Set new programming problems for the following:

  • Library in our technical assessment product HackerEarth Assessment
  • Hiring challenges
  • Hackathons

2. Create problems across difficulty levels around the following:

  • Data structures
  • Algorithms
  • Maths
  • Basic programming

3. Create problems with the following:

  • Problem description
  • Sample input and output, test cases
  • Sample explanation, editorial, hint
  • Starter code

4. Test problems created by other problem setters.

5. Review HackeEarth's existing question bank for technical errors (if any) and ensure that they follow internal guidelines.

6. Work closely with other teams to do the following:

  • Ensure that the content is free from language errors and meets internal content guidelines
  • Attend client calls to understand their requirements and provide inputs with respect to the types of questions, difficulty levels, etc. that they can use to meet these requirements
  • Respond to queries/issues from candidates who solve problems on HackerEarth
About HackerEarth

The journey of HackerEarth had its humble beginning in the dorms of IIT Roorkee at the start of 2012. Born out of curiosity and passion of two budding software engineers, HackerEarth has the vision to connect every developer with the right opportunity, all across the globe.

HackerEarth provides an AI-powered developer assessment software that helps organizations to accurately measure a developer’s skills through online coding tests. It takes a skill-based approach to assessment, allowing companies to automatically generate standardized tests based on various skills and then accurately measure the developer’s performance on those skills.

To it's developer community, which has grown to 3.5M strong developers globally, HackerEarth provides an opportunity to assess their coding skills and become better at coding. Millions of developers come to HackerEarth to solve coding challenges across a multitude of skills and participate in online coding contests/hackathons.

HackerEarth proudly serves 500+ organizations with many of the fortune 1000 names in the list like Walmart, Amazon, Barclays, GE, Siemens etc.

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