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Small Business Account Associate Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Bell Mobility (Vancouver, BC (Canada)).
Pretty bush league. Handed off to different reps with varying levels of interview skills.
- Have you ever had to take an action that would impact your key performance indicator that would directly affect your compensation. If not, why? Answer Question
Let them offer the range first, go for the top and stress your past experience.
Other Interview Reviews for Bell Mobility
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Bell Mobility (Vancouver, BC (Canada)) in February 2010.
Was working at the Bell corporate store and saw this position on the company's career website. Did two phone interviews where the first one was a preliminary screening assessment consists of basic interview questions. Second phone interview involved a role play where you are asked to sell something over the phone to the decision maker of a company. You will need sales experience where you meet and exceed target, show that you have the drive and can overcome objections. Ideally someone with a mobility background would be a lot easier getting hired and also doing well.
- Try to sell paper cup to a company over the phone. Answer Question
Salary is not negotiable as it is structured by corporate Bell. It is a very manageable and flexible role when you achieve your target and they don't want to hire someone who just want to make the base salary.