Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Grocery Manufacturers Association (Washington, DC) in April 2015.
Phone screen with HR, 1:1 phone interview with the hiring manager, in-person panel interview with the department (it was a small group) and a person who often works with the department. The time from the phone screen to the phone interview was pretty quick -- about a week. There 2-3 weeks between the phone interview and the in person panel. I never received any follow-up information after the in-person panel interview (and sending a thank you email).
- There wasn&amp;amp;#039;t any question that stood out from the standard interview questions. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Grocery Manufacturers Association (Washington, DC) in April 2015.
I sent my resume, and then I had a phone screen. Afterwards, I came for an on-site interview. After the interview was over, my interviewer took me on a tour of the office and introduced me to other people who worked there. The whole process lasted 3 weeks. They reached out to me pretty quickly after I submitted my resume. The person who I interviewed with was very nice and answered all of my questions.
- They had pretty standard questions. Make sure that you understand the job description because they will ask about it. They also asked why I was the best candidate for this job. Answer Question
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The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Grocery Manufacturers Association in March 2010.
At first they semeed very proffesional and was really interested in me interning with them. I thoght that the interview went well and both people that I spoke to me took a liking to me. They even gave me an office tour. They sent an email a week later to tell me that sorry for the delay they are still deciding on who they would choose. Then two weeks later I never heard from them and I thought that I should give them a call to only find out they offered the job to someone else. I was really upset because they never called to let me know I did not recieve the job and the lady seemed short when I was on the phone with her
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