Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Project Manager Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Southern California Edison (Rosemead, CA).
I was contacted by an internal recruiter, who had discovered my resume on one of the employment websites. The interview process took about an hour and I was approached with an offer fairly quickly after that.
The HR person that called me discouraged me from asking for more money so I only asked for $2500 more than the original offer when I really wanted to ask for more. My counter-offer was excepted
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Southern California Edison (Rosemead, CA).
The hiring process was okay. The lady that talked to me on the phone was nice and polite. We did some back-and-forth for salary and hiring bonus, which I got most of what I wanted. The interview was VERY long and the questions were really convaluded. By the time they were done asking the question, I had to ask them to repeat and take notes on it.
- The hardest question was difficult because it limited my response to a specific type of experience, along with being multi-part; it had to do with being a member of a team to accomplish a project in which team members disagreed on the product. 1 Answer
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The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at Southern California Edison (Los Angeles, CA) in March 2010.
It was critical to post a resume on the official site although I got my job through a contract recruiter
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I applied in-person. The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at Southern California Edison.
Difficult to join unless you come from California State Universities or other reputed schools.
Panel of people will take your interview if you are trainee or experienced professional. Typically you need to work as a contractor in order to be hired. Difficult to get hired directly here.
No negotiation. They will give you a number and you have to accept it as it is not employee's market and SCE knows it.