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Updated May 28, 2014
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Midrand (South Africa)

I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Adcock Ingram.

Interview Details – I was approached by Adcock Ingram for a role in Marketing.
The first interview was a one and one with the HR recruiter. Discussion around the CV, including Education (Degree) as well as relevant job experience, computer competency and various scenario based questions. The questions were "give me an example of when.." scenarios. Generally, relating to a general project management template as well as expected timelines etc.
Communication involving Managerial skills, i.e. do you pay attention to detail, or do you prefer a holistic approach. Also, general information on the company

After this interview, I was contacted for a second interview with HR and my boss.
Questions ranged from Education and work experience, to computer competency again, technical background, project management processes, how to deal with difficult colleagues (anger issues), example of when I failed only to succeed, my greatest weakness, do I prefer working well with others or am I an Individual performer.

Ask questions about the position, what is expected of you, the ladder of growth, personality of the business and what they would consider a successful candidate

Interview Question – The most unexpected question was to give a mock up of a project plan for launching a particular product. It was unexpected as it was not the position I applied for, however was integral to the job.   View Answer

Negotiation Details – Always negotiate. As a graduate, there is not much room for negotiations and as the market is very competitive one should be grateful for the job. However, this does not mean one cannot negotiate!

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