Canada Post Marketing Officer Interview Questions

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Marketing Officer Interview

Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON (Canada)
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Positive Experience
Average Interview

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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at Canada Post (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in March 2010.

Interview

The interview was with the manger of marketing and his supervisor. The supervisor was very nice and tried to make you feel comfortable by making small talk. I was hard to get a feel for the office environment as I was put in a small meeting room while I waited to be interviewed.

Interview Questions

  • The manger gave me a riddle: What do you comb your hair with, clean your teeth with and sit on?   1 Answer
  • In addition to the typcial question of: - Tell me about yourself - Why did you apply for this postion - What skills do you feel you woud bring to this position The gave a bunch of behavioral type questions where I was asked to describe a sitation, the action I took to solve the issue, and the outcome of my efforts. eg. Describe to us some example of actions you have taken to encourage and support open communciation and sharing of expertise and experience amongst members of a team. What were the specific situations and how did you determine which approach to try? How did you assess the success of your efforts aferwards? What was the response of the team members in each case? e.g. Tell us about a time when you have challenged the status quo, for example existing business plans or processes, in order to identiry and or seize a business opportunity e.g. Tell me about a time when you identified a new, unusual or different approach to addressing a problem or task. What made your approache new? How did it solve the problem and how did you measure its effectiveness?   Answer Question
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