Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Comcast (Centennial, CO).
Typical process, Interviewed with HR, then phone call with the manager, met the manager and was asked do to a presentation. Then met a couple members of the senior leadership team and was hired.
- There was nothing difficult about the interview or the process. Answer Question
They asked what I make and then made me an offer I couldn't refuse.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Comcast (Centennial, CO) in October 2013.
- First had an over-the-phone interview (asked about past work experience, and asked for definitions of a few technical terms)
- Once called back for a second interview, it was a group of about 15 that sat through a 2 hour presentation of the company and it's benefits
- We were than called back 1 by 1 to take part in an interview with 2 of the floor supervisors
- in this interview we were asked to disassemble a pen and than explain how to put the pen back together once the pen was taken out of sight
- If the floor supervisor interview went well, we were than asked to meet with the 3 site managers
- I received an email and a call back the next morning at 8am saying that I have the job.
- When sitting down with the 3 Managers, it was very intimidating. They sat at the end of a very long corporate table. I had to continue to focus on each manager and answer the questions as best possible. Answer Question
no negotiations made
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I applied through other source. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Comcast (Centennial, CO) in April 2013.
Detailed? Sure, here goes: Incoming call from C-Cast from my CB or Monster CV post. First step: "Skills Assesment", took an hour out of my life. C-Cast called, setup phone interview, typical "corporate" questioning, must provide answers they WANT to hear: "Sure, I LOVE working nights and weekends!". "Do you like people listening in on your phone calls so they can (reef n you and) help you to "develop? "Oh, I love that the MOST!" Another 45 minutes of my life gone, Passing grade, so, Next step: Face-to-face interview. Corralled into an office with three very young sales managers? who peppered me with more typical corporate interrogations, including an impromptu ROLE PLAY! OH FUN! 30 minutes of my life gone, plus drive and GA$ to receive e-mail rejection. The subject line says it all:" ...Thank you for your interest...". A waste of time. I was OVERqualified for the position, and the correct position would have been for me to be the Department Manager, and Manage the Managers. Being OVER qualified and having some grey hair will not get you hired. ONE WORD: AGE-ISM. It would have been torture anyway, for very low pay and micro-management creating unnecessary stress. Not disappointed at no offer, really.
- "Incoming call, SELL them, GO!" 1 Answer