I applied online and the process took 2+ months - interviewed at Bluestem Brands in June 2013.
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I applied for the job in mid-December. I received a call shortly thereafter wanting to schedule a phone interview. I had that phone interview the day after Christmas. It was a fairly standard interview with an HR staffer.
I heard back after a couple of weeks, letting me know that I was selected for an in-person interview. I met with the hiring manager and the director of the department. These interviews went well, so I was called back in mid-February for a second interview, where I met with two other marketing employees. I really had a good conversation with one of them in particular.
I did not hear back at the time I expected followup, so I called the hiring manager. I found I did not get the job, but they were looking to see if they could add me in another role. This did not turn out as well. That being said, it was still a positive experience as I look for the right job for me.
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I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Bluestem Brands in December 2012.
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I had a phone interview as well as an on site interview.
I had applied and been interviewed, thought that overall the interview was ok. It went well for the first interviewers who asked technical questions and explained the project more, but then the "talent acquisition director" from HR, the last of my 5 interviewers came in.
She seemed very disinterested and made it plain that I was a waste of her time. I have no doubts that she made the call not to hire.
I got notice a few days later that I did not get the job.
a month later, I got another call back asking if I was still interested in the job, I told them I took another contract and was told to "be in touch" in the coming months as the position is like to still be open.
None of my emails have been answered.
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