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Senior Marketing Analyst Interview
The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at FedEx (Memphis, TN) in June 2010.
This is specific to Pricing and Revenue Management group First round = Phone interview (behavioral + quantitative + business case) Second round = Panel Interview (Most important one for decision making) and then one on one discussions with different members (same as phone interview) Very laid back attitude. Require regular follows. Results of the first round might take over a month. Another 20 - 30 days for setting second round. Results of second round take around 60 days. Only 2 kinds of people can follow through such a long process - one who have a lot of interest for the firm or people who are desperate for a job and do not have any other option in the world. Given the current job market, I am sure they will surely find some people like that. First round 1. Around 9 questions - 1.1 3 analytical/business case -> size of total number of domestic passengers, a basic ratio math and business case on we want to launch Fedex Express in Mexico, should we or should we not . How do we evaluate 1.2 Behavioral questions - > strategic goals for professional and personal life and what have you done to achieve them, leadership, data driven analysis, innovation etc 2. Second round - Panel Interview - follows pretty much the same as first round interview format Behavioral questions - If a member not performing, how did you handle; managed a project -> how did you handle, etc Analytical/business case - again ratio based and one business case - Good to understand drivers of Fedex business and pricing process Overall cultural experience -> laid back, which is referred to has having strong work life balance, people turn to office late and are free to leave early. Interview experience - Good - One person picks you up from hotel, takes you to dinner etc etc. well managed interview process Got the interview through school application process. Took a month to get an interview after application
- example where you analyzed data and made recommendations 1 Answer
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Senior Marketing Analyst InterviewDeclined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at FedEx (Memphis, TN) in April 2010.
phone interview and ask for some behavior questions. Then on-site interview. Ask you why you're the best candidate for this position, how do you manage time, what kind of leader you like, a numerical problem, the computer skills.
- What will you do if you're in charge of a project that offer price discount offer to the customers? Answer Question
Senior Marketing Analyst InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at FedEx in July 2008.
Phone interview with mostly behavioral questions and a couple of quantitative questions, followed by on-site interview - very similar to phone interview - lots of behavioral questions and a couple of business strategy and/or quantitative questions. Panel interview is done by three managers followed-by 1:1 interviews with professionals. Good opportunity to interact with future co-workers and understand how good a fit the job is with your goals.
Little bit negotiation is feasible.