Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Project Manager Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6+ months – interviewed at Honeywell.
I thought the overall process was cumbersome. You just about don't ever get a phone call unless you know someone. I tried for 5 years before someone I knew was able to get my resume in front of someone that mattered. Once that happened, it was very run of the mill from then on.
- The interview questions were totally scripted and not surprising if you've been through a few of these. Answer Question
I didn't negotiate. I accepted as is
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Honeywell in February 2014.
30 min interview with the security manager and hr manager, then 1hr Interview with the hiring managers, then a meeting with possible co-workers. Seemed pretty relaxed, just questions about my past and how I would address issues such as: How would you perform if given a new computer program with little training.
- Nothing out of the ordinary. List your strengths/weaknesses. How would you deal with contractors that were not performing up to par. Answer Question
Project Manager InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Honeywell.
2 phone screens, and a panel interview. The interview was the typical STAR interview process, (situation, task, action, results) Panel interview consisted of 5 people asking questions.
- Tell me about a time when you had to comply with a policy in which you did not agree. Answer Question
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The process took a day – interviewed at Honeywell (Lenexa, KS) in October 2011.
Applied online, received phone message for interview about 1 week later. Within a couple hours of original message, the phone interviewer called again on both cell and home phone number. Asked if I had a few minutes, ended up taking 45. Sounded as if interviewer was at a call center. She asked very detailed questions, which were extremely difficult to dicipher. When asked to repeat, she rephrased, still could not hear what she was saying. Very frustrating experience.
- What experience do you have with FAA regulations? Answer Question
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More focus on behavioral aspects and process orientation. There could be multiple rounds of interviews at various level before meeting HR and it may take considerable time to hear back if one gets selected. Formal certifications may help to get shortlisted.
- Not difficult as such but one may have to provide lot of practical examples related to previous work. Answer Question
Project Manager Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Honeywell in June 2012.
Consisted of two interviews. The phone interview with the Hiring Manager was basic, mostly covering resume topics and experience.
Second interview was a panel interview with the Hiring Manager and a Director. This interview was disjointed and seemed almost unnecessary. The Hiring Manager literally went over the same questions that were asked during the initial phone interview, the only problem with that was the fact that the Director was "running late" and didn't arrive until a half hour had passed. Once the Director joined the interview, similar questions were asked again. In all, the interview process was disappointing and the Recruiter, Hiring Manager and Director never got back in touch with me to tell me that I didn't get the offer. I don't mind not being offered a job, but at least tell me why so I can improve my interviewing skills.
- Why am I passionate about my past work experiences? 1 Answer
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Honeywell (Bangalore (India)) in February 2012.
The interviewer went on about the position, explained how the job would entail odd hours due to US sync, who the clients would be, and whom would I be reporting to. Asked some job specific questions: what are contingencies etc.
- If a company buys a new tool what changes happen in the balance sheet and income statement? 1 Answer
Reasons for Declining
Did not sound very exciting. I have already done that kind of work. Wanted to do something different.
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Honeywell in January 2012.
Very short phone screen by a 3rd party HR firm.
Then a phone interview with the hiring manager and finally onsite. The onsite was strange.
The hiring manager took me to lunch and we talked a bit about my background then he dropped off to 2 other interviews, both of which asked very little about the job. Most of the discussion from the last interviewer was about behavioral questions. Note: either the hiring manager is very new and/or the company does a poor job of prepping people to interview. He asked questions that were very much on the border of acceptable: do you have kids, will you be selling your current house, how's your wife like the area, etc...
- Why are you leaving your current job? Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at Honeywell in July 2011.
Recruiter reached out and company was interested in my skills
For the interview be relaxed, know the company and what you have to offer
- What peer do you think we should be more like? Answer Question
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