I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Cooper Tire & Rubber.
Interview Details – I just had phone interview. All the questions are corresponding to your research, make sure you understand each contents you write in your resume.
The process took 4 days - interviewed at Cooper Tire & Rubber in July 2012.
Interview Details – Resume review and skills assessment
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The process took 2 days - interviewed at Cooper Tire & Rubber in June 2012.
Interview Details – First phone call by 3rd party recruiter ADP. Then on site for 2 different days for face to face interviews.
Negotiation Details – Vacation and salary. Got both with negotiation. Ask for it or you will leave good money and vacation on the table.
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Cooper Tire & Rubber in March 2011.
Interview Details –
The online application process was initially broken, so I submitted a paper application that was seemingly ignored for a nearly 2 months.
Eventually I tried applying online again, and got an e-mail stating they'd like a phone interview with me. I scheduled it online. I had the phone interview the same day and was called back immediately afterward, saying I had passed and they'd like to set up the next interview, which was the in-person interview.
The interview at the facility was between me and two other people. One of them I don't recall speaking but they both took notes as far as I remember.
I was told I'd know within 10 days whether I'd be hired. I wondered why it would take that long but tried to keep my hopes up. On the 10th day from the interview (Sunday, so non-business days count) I received an automated e-mail stating that I had been passed over to pursue other candidates.
They knew my qualifications and everything else from my application and the phone interview. I wonder why they bothered with an in-person interview if I wasn't qualified. I think my age (19) led them to believe I was not serious about a career with them, though I tried to convince them otherwise during the interview. It's a shame I got rejected, as I think I would've made a great employee, being a healthy young adult who could handle the physical demands of the job.
They told me everyone starts at $13.00 per hour.
Interview Question – What do you know about this job? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Cooper Tire & Rubber in December 2009.
Interview Details – 1)Search the Cooper Tire website for a position and location you desire, apply online and fill out the questionnaire(which is sent to a third party recruiter). 2)If selected, they will follow up with a phone interview with third party recruiter. 3) If selected, you will be notified by the third part recruiter to make an appointment for and in person interview at the specified plant. 4)If the in person interview goes well, you will either make another appointment to meet with several other managers such as the plant manager and the plant engineer.....thats as far as I got. I was told that the interview was "perfect" and couldn't have gone any better! A month later, and several check backs with the recruiter, I had no answer and no offer. After another month, I received an e-mail from the recruiter that simply stated that I "was not selected."
Interview Question – What was a difficult time you experienced in managing others, in your last position, and how did you overcome it? View Answer
The process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Cooper Tire & Rubber in June 2012.
Interview Details – lots of professional questions, Hiring manger with HR , professional test, also excel and vba skills, finance knowlege, after that , there is a IQ test. which is not hard, confident is the critical issue to get the offer.
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