Dell Instructional Designer Interview Questions

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Instructional Designer Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Round Rock, TX
Accepted Offer
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Application

I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at Dell (Round Rock, TX).

Interview

I initially interviewed for the position when they were hiring several people. A recruiter found me on Monster.com (in 2006) and called for a pre-screen. He submitted my name and i went to a mass hiring day at a nearby hotel where i had an interview in one room with one manager and then went to another room with a 2nd manager. Although the interview went well, (one interviewere took notes on some of my ideas to use later) i was not hired. I kept in touch and about 6 months later they asked me to come back to interview for a newly opened position. I had a pre-screen with Dell HR. A few weeks later i was invited onsite for several different in person interviews in one day. I was offered position a few weeks later.

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Negotiation

They did not budge on the amount they offered. I believe Dell's salary scales are highly thought out and calibrated to metrics, thus i felt there was little room for negotiation.

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