I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Goodyear in August 2011.
Interview Details – Call and scheduled an interview, 2 interviews and a drug test later i had the job.
Interview Question – It was mostly the preosses, Goodyear likes their role playing.
example: customers been waiting for their oil change and we've had it in for 1 hour 20 min "I really have to go! whats taking so long?!" View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Goodyear.
Interview Details – Recruited on campus and then asked to fly to Akron, OH (HQ) for another round of interviews. 4 rounds over 4 hour span. Basic behavioral/situational questions with upper management. They are trying to gauge your ability to think quickly about situations and looking specifically for you to explain the "Situation/Action/Result"
Interview Question – Not really anything specific. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Not much negotiation for me. My first offer that blew the others out of the water coming out of school.
I applied online and interviewed at Goodyear.
Interview Details – I applied online and did not hear back for a month. I then got a notification that I was no longer in the running for the position. I then received a call from the recruiter telling me that was an error. I then had an online behavioral test followed by a hour long behavioral phone interview. I then met with the hiring manager. A few days later I met with another associate. After all of this I was given an interview at headquarters and met with various people regarding the position. I was then given an offer days later. Process took close to 4 months.
Interview Question – Have you ever dealt with someone you did not get along with? What happened? Answer Question
Interviewed at Goodyear
Interview Details – Interview went really well but later found out that want was promised in the interview was misleading just to get you in the door.
Interview Question – None but they should ask you are you ready to work here 6 days a week and have no life outside of here. Oh and we are open 7 days a week and don't answer phone on your days off cause they will call you in Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Don't do it
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 5+ weeks - interviewed at Goodyear in September 2013.
Interview Details – I was contact through a third party hiring firm based on my Monster.com Resume. After a couple weeks and a Webex Interview, I was given an onsite interview in Akron. The company flew me out for a full day interview which included 2 one on ones, some team building exercises. Also included was a plant walkthrough to see the process of tires actually being created. Definitely my favorite interview that I've had thus far.
Interview Question – What are the three most important things when designing a low resistance tire. View Answer
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Goodyear.
Interview Details – Talked to recruiters at a campus career fair, got an interview the next day. Interviewed with a process engineer and another long-time engineer. Both were very nice and personable, the interview didn't feel intimidating. They started by asking about my resume and experience and then moved to a more behavioral interview.
Interview Question – Pretty standard behavioral questions: Tell us about a time when you solved a problem in a unique way, etc. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Had another offer, wasn't very attracted to Akron
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Goodyear in January 2011.
Interview Details – My interview process consisted of a screening agency doing a phone interview. About a week later I received a call from the plant which was hiring and asked to come down for an on site interview. The onsite interview began with a plant tour where the guide asked very informal questions. I then met with the engineering superintendent who and the engineering manager. All in all it lasted maybe 3 hours.
Interview Question – This was the easiest interview I had ever had, there were no difficult questions. If you do your homework and can answer the most typical interview questions you will not be surprised or blindsided by and of the questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I negotiated a signing bonus, they seemed very firm on the annual salary.
Very Easy Interview
I applied in-person - interviewed at Goodyear in April 2009.
Interview Details – At the time it was my first job. As the saying goes, anybody would get hired to fill a vacancy. You then had to produce results. The rewards were great. Promotions, bonuses, vacations, benefits etc. It did not matter who you knew, it was always based on how you performed.
Interview Question – It was always about here is what we expect, go get it done. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Goodyear in August 2012.
Interview Details – Very comfortable interview process. Recruited at local university where initial interviews were held, then attended HQ for second-rounds. HR services could use a slight upgrade, however management makes you feel very comfortable and don't try to stump you throughout the process.
Interview Question – Why as a young professional do you want to work in the tire industry? View Answer
Interviewed at Goodyear
Interview Details – Great! Very knowledgable Human Resource Personnel
Interview Question – How do you feel about balancing your job with home life? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Yes was able to negotiate. Like buying a car!
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