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Getting an Interview
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Helpful (1)No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Asurion in July 2015.
What a complete waste of my time!! I was contacted by an external recruiter who later submitted my information. The recruiter called me back and told me they wanted to set up a phone interview. Moving onto the designated interview time, Asurion never called me. I called the recruiter and told her that the person who was supposed to call me never did. The call was then rescheduled to a later date. On the second chance, the call was 5 minutes late. No apology for calling late AND no apology for neglecting the call the first time. The call lasted only ten minutes, where she asked about Scrum and Agile. Nothing in-depth. One of the questions I asked is if the client base was solely private or if it was a mix of private/public (this is Washington DC after all). The external recruiter called me back the next day and said I was rejected and the only feedback given was "Less government." Complete arrogance and ignorance, not to mention discriminatory. In case these idiots haven't heard, PM processes, whether it be Agile or Waterfall are completely transferable to the private sector. In addition, I do have PM experience managing projects for a non-profit (through my pro bono work).
- Are you a Certified Scrum Master? 1 Answer
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Asurion (Nashville, TN) in May 2013.
Round 1: 30 minute phone interview with a Project Manager from the team. Focused on general PM and scenario questions. Went very well. Round 2: 30 minute interview with a different Project Manager from the team discussing the type of projects. Went very well. Round 3: A four hour back-to-back interview series with team members, contractors, manager, Director of care initiatives, and business owners. The first interview was with two contractor PMs. One of the PMs immediately criticized my résumé and spend most of the remainder of the 30 minute interview "trying not to scare" me out of the job. He was very condescending and made me feel like I had no business being there. After reviewing his credentials in LinkedIn, I found out that he had very limited PM experience himself. The remainder of the interviews where basically people showing up and either talking about themselves or wanting me to just ask them questions. After four hours, this lack of involvement left me exhausted.
- I see by your résumé that you have no experience, tell me why we should consider you for the position? 1 Answer
Helpful (2)No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Asurion in March 2013.
I was contacted by HR, did an phone screen, then my resume was handed off to the hiring manager. I did 2 phone interviews with the hiring manager. I was contact by HR to move forward with a on-site panel interview with several managers and one peer.
- All of my question were scenario based question, nothing difficult since I have 13 years of PM experience Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Asurion (Nashville, TN) in February 2013.
INITIAL INTERVIEW: The phone interview with HR was a great introduction to the company and culture - 30 min. PHONE INTERVIEW 1: Speaking with the hiring manager for the first time was a mix of technical and cultural questions - 30 min PHONE INTERVIEW 2: Again with the hiring manager and one of her peers. This interview was full of technical questions and questions about the companies culture and business practice were encouraged. ON-SITE PANEL: The final round, the panel interview, was in Nashville. The day consisted of eight back-to-back interviews with lunch provided. Though exhausting, the day was outstanding.
- Please explain how you will enhance out culture and improve our team. Answer Question
Salary was on point, bonus is structured at the corporate level, and the relocation package very generous.
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Asurion (Nashville, TN) in August 2012.
Telephone Interview (Several) Onsite Face to face 1/2 Day 8-10 people Affectionately referred to as the gauntlet
- None - Just because i was over qualified - the comment that i would probably be bored was mentioned??? I handled that concern. Answer Question
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