Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Solutions Consultant Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at Google (San Francisco, CA) in November 2013.
Contacted via email from HR for an interview. Scheduled a call with the Hiring Manager. The HR expected a very prompt answer from you, otherwise they may boot you ( I was nearly there). The recruiter asked to provide dates, and gave me the date which is furthers, seems very busy! Interviewer was very rushed. Stay concise!
- 1. What is your most favourite Brand and how would you advise them on their campaign? 1 Answer
- 2. If two VPs are disputing about an idea, and you don't have much time left to implement this project, how would you deal with it? Answer Question
- 3. Tell me a time when you used data to arrive to a recommendation? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Google
Solutions Consultant InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 6+ months – interviewed at Google (London, England (UK)) in November 2010.
Works a lot like Don Dodge says it does (search for that).
Can take a very long time, due to scheduling, uncertainty etc.
Slow, with weeks going by without any information.
Interviews are strange - do your preparation.
I had a few phone screens, and over five face to face interviews (and lunch interviews).
People are very smart, and quite friendly, though not everyone looks at your resume before.
Decisions are by committees officially, though a lot depends on the hiring manager and recruiter.
Whilst the 'tests' were not formal they are implicit in the interviews (e.g. skills, intelligence, personality, culture).