Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at DMC Atlanta
- Account Manager (19)
- Marketing/Sales/Trainer (10)
- Entry Level (2)
- Entry Level Account Manager (2)
- Entry-Level Account Manager (1)
- Entry Level Sales Representative (1)
- Entry Level Sales Manager (1)
- Entry Level Sales (1)
- Sales Management Trainee (1)
- Sales Representative (1)
- Entry Level - Manager Trainee (1)
- Entry Level Marketing & Sales (1)
- Entry Level Leadership and Management Development (Something Or Another) (1)
- Management and Leadership Trainee (1)
- Entry Level Leadership and Management Development (1)
Entry Level Account Manager Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 4 days – interviewed at DMC Atlanta (Atlanta, GA) in September 2014.
I received a call from DMC and answered some basic questions of what type of job I was looking for, where did I see myself in the future, etc. Then I was asked to come in for an interview the following week. I agreed and went to my interview. I go into the office and no one is at the receptionist desk, so I sit for around 5 minutes. Then a member of the staff notices me and gives me an application to fill out. There were questions like What are the 5 types of Marketing and which one is the best, Describe the marketing process, etc. Interview went well. The guy who did the interview was very nice and honest about what type of work would be required for the position. He was very vague about compensation structure, paid travel expenses, benefits, etc. Everyone has to start out doing face to face sales which mean you go into Wal-Mart, Fred's, Best Buy and try to get other people to upgrade/ purchase a Direct TV package. I asked him about employee turnover rate and he wasn't able to answer or didn't want to. Around 2 hours after the interview I was called to come in for a third interview where you would shadow a current employee. It didn't sound right for me so I turned down a third interview.
- List the 5 types of Marketing and pick the best one. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Pay structure and benefits were not confirmed,
Other Interview Reviews for DMC Atlanta
Entry Level Account Manager InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at DMC Atlanta (Atlanta, GA) in March 2014.
Phone interview is brief and typical of most. They ask you about your education, work experience, interests, and other basic questions. Then there are two face to face interviews. First is seeing the office and speaking with the Recruiting/ operations manager. This is pretty basic again talking more about the things spoken about in the first interview goes a little more in depth about the position and management training structure. Then the second face to face interview is coming back into the office and going out into the field with account manager into a retail space. This is where you see exactly what you will be doing on a daily basis. After that if you are up to the job they will most likely make an offer for the entry level account manager position.
- Nothing too difficult. Ex: what do you think makes a great leader? where do you see yourself in 5 years? 1 Answer
Everyone starts out the same there is no negotiation. Pay is base plus commission. Base is low so plan off making your money in commission. It is a draw system where you choose your base or weekly commission whichever is higher but not both combined. The more you sell the more you make pretty simple.
Entry-Level Account Manager InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at DMC Atlanta (Atlanta, GA) in September 2011.
I was first contacted by DMC and asked to come in for a 1:1 interview. The 1:1 interview was very brief maybe 15-20 minutes where I was asked very basic questions like: strengths/weaknesses, why do you want to work for this company, etc. I was then invited back for a second round interview. The second round interview consisted of job shadowing 2 Account Mangers and seeing what the daily activities were like. At the end of the day I met with the a senior member of the team for my third round of interviews. I was asked if I had any questions, what separates me from other job candidates and why they should hire me.