Interviewed at Cablevision Systems
Interview Details – There were 2 interviews. One with the hiring manager and one with her supervisor. There were questions about the process I had used in the past, and questions about how I would learn the technology for the group. Also how I would handle difficult customers.
Interview Question – How do you think you will be able to learn this technology? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Had a better offer.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Cablevision Systems in October 2012.
Interview Details – Contract position in Call Center Information Systems (CCIS) . Gven a vote of confidence & to wait for "VP" to meet and greet, NEVER HAPPENED. Agency attempted occasions to contact for information, days and weeks went by with no reply. I was given emails for contact from CCIS Team and still not reply given, Waste of time and efforts.
Interview Question – Nothing was well prepared for position and challenges. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Cablevision Systems in March 2012.
Interview Details – The process of arranging the meeting went smoothly. I met with 2 people individually on one day. The people were courteous and friendly. The environment was comfortable and informal with some tight quarters. The interview questions were straightforward. Nothing out of the ordinary. Response back was delayed 3 days from what was communicated. I think I would have liked working there and with the people I interviewed with.
Interview Question – Everyone is very busy here, how will you lead people to get things done? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Cablevision Systems in March 2009.
Interview Details –
I networked directly with the HR department and leveraged an interview after noting a posting on the company site. After being contacted by an in-house recruiter, an interview was arranged within a few weeks. Prior to the interview, I researched current news and information about product releases, service expansions, and vendor and equipment providers. I prepared by practicing mock interviews with my selling points and questions typically asked (strengths/weaknesses, how I solved an issue at a previous job, interactions with bosses, management style, etc.)
I met individually with several people in consecutive meetings. None of the interviewers asked any of the questions I expected would be posed. There was no format or formal questioning. Most of the conversation revolved around the current business environment, what functions are required of the job, office culture, interactions with other departments, etc.
On the 4th interview, I met with the head of the organization and was asked a specific process question and I blanked on the answer. Despite following up with a phone call and thank you notes clarifying my qualifications and interest, I did not receive an offer.
Interview Question – What technical solutions would you plan and how would you implement them for these proposed projects (list provided by interviewer)? Answer Question
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