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Marketing Specialist Interview

Anonymous Employee in Jacksonville, FL
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Medtronic (Jacksonville, FL) in July 2011.

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Applied online in early June 2011, was emailed the next day from a recruiter and asked to fill out screening form, this form had questions such as employment history, things you enjoy and dislike about your current position, salary requirements etc. Pretty much like an interview on paper. She called two days later to set up phone screening with hiring manager. Had a phone interview with hiring manager less than 1 week after applying for the position. One week passed and was invited to fly in for in person interview paid for by the company. That interview consisted of 3 different 1 on 1 interviews. About a month later was asked to come again for second in person interview which consisted of 3 more 1 on 1 interviews and a presentation. A lot of the interview questions were based on behavioral situations. Be prepared for questions that pertain to what would you do if you were in this situation or how have you handled a situation with a rude coworker or customer. All of the people I interviewed with were pleasant and seemed interested in the interview process.

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