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Interviews for Top Jobs at Con Edison of New York
- GOLD Associate (16)
- Management Associate (5)
- Specialist (4)
- Engineering Aide (4)
- Accountant (3)
- Junior Designer (3)
- Junior Accountant (2)
- Intern (2)
- GOLD Program (2)
- Customer Service Representative (2)
- Part-Time Customer Service Representative (2)
- General Utility Worker (2)
- Customer Field Representative (2)
- Cfr (1)
- Gold Program of Electrical Engineering (1)
- Senior Specialist EHS (1)
- Computer Aide Temporary (1)
- Customer Seevice Representative (1)
- Analyst Aide (Business Major) Internship (1)
- Junior Electric Tech (1)
- Gold Program Entry (1)
- Part Time Customer Service Representative (1)
- Production Technician (1)
- Bilingual Customer Service (1)
- Bookkeeper (1)
- Business (1)
- Manager (1)
- Systems Administrator (1)
- Electrical Tech (1)
- Engineering (1)
Management Associate Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Con Edison of New York (New York, NY) in November 2014.
I applied for the position on their website and got a call for an interview in less than two weeks. I interned with Con edison over the summer so they pushed me forward to the second part of the interview. The interview was at their headquarters on irving place. I was escorted to a room where two very friendly women, who were graduates from the management associate program, took turns asking questions. They started off with technical questions and then went into behavioral questions. This took about an hour. After they were done i was given two essay questions to answer in 250-350 words. They said they will let me know in 30-40 days.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Con Edison of New York.
Two interview process: both interviews have standard behavioral questions but the first also has questions on what you know about the company while the second tests your technical knowledge. Nothing too detailed, just know what commodities they provide and how they make their money. As for technical, it depends on your background, as an engineer you may expect some engineering questions
- Discuss a time you worked on a team; a time you made a mistake; what are your weakness/strengths; when were you a leader Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Con Edison of New York in October 2012.
On campus recruitment. 1st interview was on campus and mainly behavioral questions (Lots of what if this happens, how would you react in this situation?) 2nd Interview was at headquarters with past GOLD associates that are currently senior managers. There were a few technical questions that relates to your major and case studies.
After you passed the 2nd interview, they will send you an email with links to take behavioral tests.
- If your manager promotes you to a higher position (manager) and your co-workers do not think you're qualify because they have more experience than you, how would you respond to this situation? Answer Question
I did not negotiate.
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The process took a day – interviewed at Con Edison of New York (New York, NY) in October 2010.
The interview was setup through my University's career center. I was chosen from a large group of candidates, one 6 were chosen. Once of the worst interview experiences I have had. It appears they picked some random person to go show face for my school. The person read questions off a paper booklet, then wrote out each answer. So the continuity of the interview was horrible, having to repeat answers numerous times. Asked typical Questions. What are your weaknesses, Strengths. Best Project, Worst Project. What annoyed me is she left comments for the career center. Stated that I did not have enough knowledge of con Edison. When i spent a good time explaining how I could make a difference to the company and how they are in the business of selling and buying power. Asked them about the status of the position and didn't get a response for two months.Thanks but no thanks.
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Con Edison of New York in February 2009.
I sat down in a room with two employees of the firm. One was a manager and one was a person who had just come out of the management program that I had applied for. I believed the interview was fairly easy. I went in there all confident and really didn't think much about the interview. They seemed to enjoy my stories and experiences, however I never received a call back.
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now within this company? Answer Question
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