I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Continental Carbonic.
Interview Details – Had a phone screening, pretty basic information required, why are you leaving, etc. Then I had a face to face with the hiring manager. Very easy going, more of a conversation than a job interview. I learned the basics of the position and was interested in moving forward. Said he was going to let me know all information about the position before I had interview with upper management. Then he made an offer to someone else and I was out. Later he called back saying that did not work out and was I still interested. I was and so I had another phone interview with him. After I learned "everything" about the position, I was no longer interested--company car was a 18 passenger van that would be parked in my driveway and I would need to get a different class of license. Also said numerous times that hard work was expected, which is OK, but then said very little vacation time was offered--No work like balance at all!! I told him I was not interested in moving forward.
Interview Question – Very basic- no difficult questions. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Continental Carbonic in June 2012.
Interview Details – The interview and hiring process was the most responsive and together operation I've ever been privy to in my job search. Within a day of my application, I received a response and a scheduling of a phone interview. Within two weeks (and 4 phone interviews and multiple emails of questions and answers), I received a notification that they were taking specific steps to draft my offer letter and would have it to me at the earliest convenience. All in all, very straight-forward and very easy to get hired in.
Interview Question – I do not remember at this time. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The negotiation phase was limited as I had a general idea as to what salary range I was willing to consider and I also had them contact my university's career services office to ensure a competitive status.
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