Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Constellation Energy Group
- Analyst (5)
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Constellation Energy Group (Baltimore, MD) in July 2011.
Th hiring process took a long time and it was difficult to keep in contact with the hiring managers at times.
- I was asked to solve a logic problem on the spot. Answer Question
HR was not willing to negotiate on any aspect of hiring me,
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I applied online. The process took 4 days – interviewed at Constellation Energy Group (Baltimore, MD) in June 2011.
I applied online. HR lady emailed me 2 days later. Had a brief preliminary interview with her and was succesful for next round of phone interviews. The "Director" I interviewed three days later seemed disinterested in the phone interview, like it was a chore to do it. I honestly wish once you are successful with the preliminary interview with HR, you should be invited to a personal 1 on 1 or group interview.
- What are your qualifications? Answer Question
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The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Constellation Energy Group (Baltimore, MD) in January 2008.
-Several one one one interviews
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Constellation Energy Group in May 2011.
I applied online and heard from a manager out of the blue. The initial phone interview was good. I thoroughly enjoyed talking with the manager and looked forward to meeting the team in person and seeing what I could do to help their team out.
I arrive to the early interview, excited to get started with meeting the team.
The interview went nothing like I expected, and I've done quite a few interviews.
I was bombarded with negativity and aggressiveness from the get-go. I spent the next 30 minutes trying to calm the interviewer down and succeeded.
My next interview was with the nice manager who already conducted the phone interview; a pleasant second interview ensued. Then the department manager showed up, 10 minutes late, and blasted me with ridiculous questions that made no sense for what I was interviewing for and pretty much yelled at me for the next 45 minutes. PRO TIP: Don't bring up the Exelon acquisition with any head managers. They will get offended.
All in all, I had a good cop/ bad cop interview session for over 5 hours with 10 different people for a simple analyst position.
I walked out of there praying I wouldn't be contacted by their department again, which I wasn't.
- Do you think you are qualified to work in this position? 1 Answer
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I applied in-person. The process took 5+ months – interviewed at Constellation Energy Group in January 2010.
It was a phone interview. The asked behavioral based questions, which are easy. Then they asked some personal questions about interests and goals, long term and short. Additionally, they asked about how I felt about working in a fast paced enviroment. Finally, they asked the basic questions about salary, benefits, etc...
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