Interviewed at Cisco Systems
Interview Details – It took a lot of steps for me to get hired by Cisco. I first had to get my foot in the door by taking a short term contract job, covering for a regular admin that was out on maternity. Once working this position I could see the internal job postings and had access to apply when it was close to the end of my assignment. I worked especially hard at my assignment so the managers I supported would give me good references. There were several jobs I applied to and interviewed for. It was a matter of being the right fit for the managers I would be supporting.
Interview Question – There are always questions about how to handle certain circumstances that would happen at Cisco, not knowing what the manager has in mind for his or her best solution. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – It went smoothly, though it took longer than I had expected, as the manager was traveling and I did not hear from him right away. I had to be patient.
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