Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Huawei Technologies.
They have a phone interview process for basic questions. After that it would be a individual interview that will ask what is written in your resumes.
- Be prepared what you are applying technically. What the company wants and what they looking for on that positions. Answer Question
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I applied online – interviewed at Huawei Technologies (Plano, TX) in July 2012.
-I had 2 skype interviews with the hiring managers and the director. They then asked me to drive to a nearby division for another ( final) TV interview. Inever get a chance to fly there and believe it was due to the cost.
-Overall no difficult question at all. They want to know what type of experience you had in that particular position.
-The final one they asked me to put a PPT about this position. I reported to the rpesident who was in TV.
- Please tell me what is your understanding about this position ? You need to mention what is the key to impress the director. 1 Answer
I declined first as they mentioned about the budget is tight. The offer is only a few thounds above my current level.
Then the recuiter came back after two weeks and gave me 16% salary increase. It is still under my expecation but I am looking at the long term growth for this company. The bonus also sounds good.
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The process took a day – interviewed at Huawei Technologies (Houston, TX) in March 2008.
they ask me if i'm us citizen, i said no and boom, good bye/
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at Huawei Technologies in December 2007.
I have been referred by my friend. It is too important. After one phone interview, we set a onsite interview. One day interview include: one on one, group meeting, and one presentation has been gived. After onsite interview, if both are interested, go to further process. Then HR will talk the offer, and negotiate the offer.
- why do you want to change the job? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Huawei Technologies (Shenzhen, Guangdong (China)) in June 2012.
You can introduce your advantages with the position what you want to have. The experience what you have in current is very important to show to the interviewer. Meanwhile, the salary what you expext should be discussed in the interview
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I applied in-person. The process took a week – interviewed at Huawei Technologies (Langfang (China)) in January 2012.
phone interview and 1:1 technical interview are necessary and same.
the other stage, everyone have different.
Reasons for Declining
There is no suitable job
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Huawei Technologies in December 2011.
The overall process was very smooth, all took about 1 week from the date I sent in application to giving out an offer. The interview was around 2-3 hours long which included 1 to 1 interview with hr manager and a short presentation.
- Can you describe the overall system of WCDMA system and draw a network diagram to show every interface in between. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
The offer was on 1 year contract basis
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The process took a day – interviewed at Huawei Technologies in June 2011.
- Who do you think is the worst player in your group? Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at Huawei Technologies in April 2011.
the interview was for a training camp by the company to train fresh graduates to learn and uses their product and equipment. other than that they were looking for eligible candidates to be rewarded scholarship during the training and with excellency shown by trainees, they might have the chances to be accepted working with the company after the training camp ends. they were looking for trainees with telecommunication background that have very strong knowledge of data communication,computer network and computer architecture.
- how to connect 10 computers in a small office? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Huawei Technologies in August 2010.
1 informal phone interview : 15 mins on background and interests
1 technical phone interview with a panel: 1.5 hrs on my PhD research contributions and knowledge of wireless industry
1 on-site interview/presentation with a panel: 3 hrs on my PhD research work
1 follow-up phone interview: 5 mins chat on my interests on projects
- how is handover in LTE different from UMTS Answer Question
pay is low; only relocation package was negotiated;
too many people with PhD degrees are looking for an R&D position; not much room for negotiation
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