I applied online and interviewed at DISH.
Interview Details – The interview process consisted of 3 tests and 3 interviews. The first test was after filling out the application, this was followed by a phone interview with a recruiter and another online test, then an in person interview with team members and a test in their offices and finally an interview with the manager.
Interview Question – The questions seemed pretty standard. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at DISH in August 2012.
Interview Details – The interview consisted of 2 managers asking questions, then I received a follow-up call from the Director. The managers were at ease and did not rush answers. They gave me excellent explanation of what the job functions were and if I thought I would be a good fit. The atmosphere of the work area was definitely busy but at the same time relaxed.
Interview Question – I do not remember what the questions were that I was asked during the interview it's been quite sometime since that day. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – As an internal transfer there was no negotiation on the pay. I received a lateral move, which means I did not get a raise for coming to the team. However, in less than 6 months I was promoted.
The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at DISH in July 2012.
Interview Details – Started with a phone interview by recruiter, then was required to take an online assesment, followed up by an interview by 2 managers and then a Wonderlic and Critical thinking assesment. Then a drug screen and background check followed by the offer.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at DISH in May 2012.
Interview Details –
It started with a recruiter contacting me via LinkedIn. We went over basic resume stuff the first time we chatted. We then chatted on the phone a few more times about the process, which was taking quiet a while. Finally I got an interview. It was with the department manager and the hiring manager. The department manager didn't say a thing during the entire interview and the hiring manager looked very stressed. During the interview, one of the questions I asked was how DISH retains their employees. The hiring manager basically said that DISH was when it came to it, DISH was more interested in retaining itself than it's employees (not directly interview related). Back to the interview; it lasted about 30 minutes with basic interview questions. After the interview, I then had to take about 1.5 hours worth of testing.
I got a call back from the recruiter the same day as the interview asking to come back the next week for a second interview. This interview was with someone from an entirely different department. No testing occurred this time. Once the interview was done, the recruiter took me around the building and showed me where I would be working if I got the job. They also went on to propose a few drug/background testing dates. I didn't end up getting the job, so it seemed to me very unprofessional to mislead a candidate that wasn't going to be hired into thinking they were going to be hired.
From the building tour, I did see that the culture of the workplace was very introverted and stressful, which could definitely be seen in the hiring manager.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for DISH? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at DISH.
Interview Details – First round is campus interview and then came the assessment. After pass assessment, 50 candidates were called for college summit at Denver.
Interview Question – not really Answer Question
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