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Operations Coordinator Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day – interviewed at EY (Dallas, TX) in August 2008.
I was brought as a temporary from OfficeTeam Dallas. Then my supervisor suggested I apply for one of the eight positions they were posting. I did apply and got the job as Operations Coordinator in the Offers Team Dept. in HR. Group Interview went very well. They hired me 1/9/06, then laid me off in 2nd round due to hiring freeze put into place at the end of '08. I am currently working Temp jobs for AppleOne, ChoiceStaffing, OfficeTeam.
Be professional, yet not too overly friendly or talkative.
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Operations Coordinator InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at EY (London, England (UK)) in July 2009.
Applied online and received call back within 48 hours.
Then arranged interview for following monday.
Their offices are in a fantastic building next to the Thames, but inside its like any new office being very open and bright with bits of corporate branding thrown in for good measure.
I was ushered into a meeting room and waited for 15 mins for my two interviewers to arrive. I was interviewed by 2 managers, who were very business-like and not as friendly as other interviews I've had. One of them had to leave half-way into the interview to go to another meeting!
Interview consisted of a mathematical and logic test, designed to test your reasoning under a time constraint. I finished most of it.,but one of the questions was set out so that you coulld not answer it in the given time - the interviewer told me this afterwards!
Otherwise usual interview questions and no surprises, all-in-all lasted about an hour.
Afterwards they said they would call me back within 24 hours, or before the end of the day.
Actually they didn't call back and I called them after 2 days and was told they were interviewing all week and would get back to me next week... Eventually, they did and I wasn't shortlisted for the final interview.
Overall, I felt the whole process was quite unprofessional and looking back I'm glad I've now found a much better place to work now.