Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at FedEx
- Package Handler (32)
- Inside Sales Account Executive (12)
- Account Executive (9)
- Courier (9)
- Marketing Specialist (8)
- Sales Representative (8)
- Programmer Analyst (7)
- Senior Strategic Marketing Analyst (7)
- Customer Service Representative (6)
- Center Consultant (6)
- Intern (5)
- Senior Programmer Analyst (5)
- Operations Manager (5)
- Senior Analyst (4)
- Engineer (4)
- Business Analyst (4)
- Fed Ex Courier (4)
- Package Handler Part-time (3)
- Marketing Specialist Advisor (3)
- Delivery Driver (3)
- Marketing Analyst (3)
- Material Handler (3)
- Part-time Package Handler (3)
- Manager (3)
- Service Manager (3)
- Handler (3)
- Revenue Management Analyst (3)
- Sales Executive (3)
- Inside Sales (3)
- Operations Supervisor (3)
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I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at FedEx (Phoenix, AZ) in July 2014.
Be prepared to create a power point presentation of you qualifications and why you should have the job. Other than that there are the usual situation questions. There will be two interviewers and they are very stony faced so not a lot of feedback to use to make a connection.
- Unless you're prepared the 20 minutes you have to create a power point on your selling skills. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at FedEx (Scottsdale, AZ) in March 2010.
the hiring process went quick after background check, after that evrything went smooth and fast.
- nothing that I can quote due to not being asked anything difficult. Answer Question
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I applied in-person. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at FedEx (Phoenix, AZ) in November 2009.
It took nearly three months to be contacted after initiating application. A mandatory dock tour was needed. This means you show up about five AM and see what the job is really like. It was odd that no work was in progress during the walk-through. Only after the dock tour were applicants eligible for an official application. The application process could only be done at the work site and times were shortened twice. Eventually, a small time slot of two hours was specified for application. There is not much room to put much experience. Interview with HR Representative was informal. Representative brought up work history and noted two positions at once in the past. Job requirements for lifting and timeliness touched upon. Intent of promotion mentioned with no real response. Education and experience do not matter.
- There are no difficult questions for the entry-level Package Handler positions. Questions for any promotional position are also not difficult and found the Senior Terminal Managers do not have needed background that is commensurate in other transportation companies. 1 Answer
There is nothing to negotiate for entry-level positions. It was, and probably is, about 10.50 per hour with stepped increments.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at FedEx (Phoenix, AZ) in February 2009.
I jumped through a lot of hoops on their schedule but was not given a lot of consideration of my schedule.
- Pretty straighforward STAR interview question model 1 Answer
Offered salary 10% higher than what was discussed in the interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at FedEx (Phoenix, AZ) in November 2008.
Long interview process. First was one on one at a job fair. Second was a cattle call where there was 50+ candidates that were interviewed one at a time, then panel interview, then another panel interview, then a ride along and then an offer.
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