Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Marketing Manager Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at PwC (Tampa, FL).
Hiring process is pretty efficient. Generally starts with a short screening call to make sure you've got the right temperament to work at PwC (upbeat, positive, intelligent, works well with others), then moves on to a live interview with about 3 different people on the same day, just to get a better feel for what you bring to the table. Those 3 interviewers compare notes on all applicants and make recommendations. Final step is a quick call with a partner, but this is just a formality if you've reached this far.
- what was the hardest thing about leading a project that involved coordinating a large group of people 1 Answer
uses slotted system with ranges, so you could ask for more money and if you were top candidate, they may pay more
Other Interview Reviews for PwC
Marketing Manager InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at PwC (Moscow (Russia)) in September 2010.
It was very friendly and communication skills were the first they looked at.
- I'm going to a partner meeting now. They are going to ask me to do hold an event we don't need. How would you reply to them? 1 Answer
I negotiated the top salary for my level. Advice - ask as much as you know you cost. In case there's a competition for this position be ready to name a smaller number. But only if you're interested in this particular company/ industry.
Marketing Manager InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at PwC (Calgary, AB (Canada)) in September 2008.
There were four interviews. The first was simply with the internal recruiter to validate my experience and personality fit. There were a lot of behavioural interview questions. The second interview was with the head of Marketing. This interview was much more technical and focused on my marketing expertise. The last two were with Partners. The first was with the Managing Partner and the second with with on of the line of service leaders. These were much more relaxed interviews. In fact, one of those two was more of a conversation.
- Explain how you dealt with a situation where you were the victim of/witness of unethical or inappropriate conduct. 1 Answer
Although the position had identified a salary range, I went into the negotiation phase and presented my minimum salary requirements. I explained why I felt I was worth more than the salary range indicated in the posting. When I presented my salary expectations, I also set out my total compensation expectations and told them that I was flexible with the balance of the compensation. We agreed on a bonus, parking, fitness allowance and their traditional medical/dental/vision and RRSP/pension programs.