Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Monster Worldwide
- Account Manager (6)
- Sales (5)
- Internet Recruitment Consultant (5)
- Project Manager (3)
- Telesales Account Manager II (3)
- Product Management Intern (3)
- Software Engineer (3)
- Software Engineer Intern (2)
- Account Manager II (2)
- Senior Software Engineer (2)
- Small Business Account Manager (2)
- Engineering (2)
- Sales Advisor (1)
- Sales Associate (1)
- Compliance (1)
- Consultant (1)
- National Account Manager (1)
- Technical Recruiter (1)
- Customer Service Representative (1)
- Recruiter (1)
- Human Resources (1)
- Product (1)
- QA Lead (1)
- Account (1)
- Software Engineering Intern (1)
- Software Intern (1)
- Software Quality Assurance Engineer (1)
- Teacher (1)
- Telesales (1)
- General Occupation (1)
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Monster Worldwide in October 2013.
I was lied to throughout the process. The Recruiter and Managers talked up the company so well to mask the underlying issues with the company. I should have heeded the warning signs.
The process itself was simple. A Recruiter contacted me and talked about my past experience. I was then invited onsite for a panel interview with some leads and managers. After, I was invited again for a follow up and presentation interview. Within a couple of weeks, the Recruiter contacted me with an offer.
- Tell me about your past sales quotas and how you performed against them. Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at Monster Worldwide (Indianapolis, IN) in May 2013.
The process lasted one week. I was contacted by a recruiter and was asked to come in for a series of interviews with four regional sales managers. I was brought back to interview with the site sales director.
- I was asked to describe 3 different previous sales cycles, who I originally spoke with, presentation methods, price negotiation, decision maker conversations and customer retention analysis. Answer Question
Negotiation was based off of my prior experience and needs. The pay was not extremely flexible but in the end I was able to receive a salary and commission plan that I was able to live with that was above the original offer.
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Monster Worldwide.
3 interviews, phone screen, manager, and either DM or VP
- Sell me this pen. Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 days – interviewed at Monster Worldwide (Tempe, AZ) in May 2010.
The interview process was pretty stringent as there was an initial phone interview with a recruiter and then the Sales Manager. A group panel interview took place next with two Sales Manager and then there was a final interview with a VP of Sales and another Sales Manager.
There were many behavioral questions asked as well as role plays.
- Sell me something 1 Answer
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I applied in-person. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Monster Worldwide (Marlborough, MA) in March 2009.
I interviewed for another position within the company as I was considering another offer from another company
Reasons for Declining
A different offer with a smaller company allowed me to learn more about how to operate a company by working closely with the CEO
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