Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Cooper B-Line
- Software Engineer Intern (1)
- Associate Product Manager (1)
- Manufacturing Engineering Manager (1)
- Global Sourcing Manager (1)
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I spent approx. 15 minutes on a call with the Human Resources person. He seemed impressed with my skills and decided to schedule another call with him and the Sales Manager.
After rearranging my day to be available for the second call, it never happened. After waiting 10 minutes for him to call, I rang his line and there was no answer. I contacted the operator to have him paged and he was out of the office. I left a voice message asking if call was being rescheduled. He called me back a few hours later saying he would have to reschedule.
We rescheduled. This time I emailed to confirm the call 24 hours in advance and it was confirmed. Again, I got no call after rearranging my work day again to take the call. I did not bother to call nor email again.
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I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Cooper B-Line (Sherman, TX) in July 2012.
First had a phone interview with HR manager. Next was asked to take a series of online assessments which took 2 hours to take. A phone interview with the plant manager followed. About 10 days later I received a call from HR wanting to schedule a plant visit. I suggested some dates. 2 days later received an email wanting to change to a web interview. I suggested some dates and times. 2 days later and still no response. I emailed the plant manager directly to express interest in the position and still no reply. 2 weeks and counting and I never heard back from them.
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Cooper B-Line (Highland Park, IL) in January 2012.
After I applied, I got a call from the HR who scheduled an interview with the product manager.
Haven't received the next call yet
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Cooper B-Line (Highland, IL) in July 2011.
The process included a brief informational interview about the job offering and the interview/selection process. A couple of days later I did about 3-4 hours worth of personality tests, intelligence tests, and skill tests. Those were interesting, though I have not (yet) been provided feedback or scores for those tests. I must have done okay on them, as I did get scheduled for face to face interviews.
There were three separate face to face interviews using mostly a behavioral interview style. Questions sought answers regarding describing an issue or problem similar to the one described in the question, what you did to fix the issue or probelm, and what the results were. All the interviewers were professional and represented the company well. Time was allotted for me to ask questions about the position and the company.
Was a positive experience, still waiting to see if they will make an offer or not.
- The most challenging question was one asking what I would do to establish supply chain support for a new operation in another country. Answer Question
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