The process took a day - interviewed at Huawei Technologies in September 2010.
Interview Details – I was contacted by a recruiting firm working on behalf of Huawei and got to interview with a Director and her boss, a VP/CMO in their Santa Clara office. The lady was very nice and cordial, but the guy was absolutely arrogant, and obnoxious. He kept answering his phone in the middle of the interview, and said that my work at my previous company didn't count for much at all. Finally, when it was my turn to ask him questions, I turned the tables on him, and told him that the Huawei's margins were way too thin to be competitive in the future (quoting from a WSJ article). He then went off on a rant about how the American media was biased against China, but then finally complimented me on doing good research on the company. The lady then got back to me 2 weeks later and asked me to come in for a 2nd round but I politely declined by saying that I had another job offer.
Interview Question – Tell me about your accomplishments in your previous job View Answer
The process took a day - interviewed at Huawei Technologies in June 2010.
Interview Details – Technical interview, Director interview, HR interview, VP interview, CEO interview. Communication is very important. You have to have good picture of the job, future. You must have passion on this job. You must understand the job. I like the whole process, it is efficient. And it will find people match this company very well. .
Interview Question – I don't think there is any difficult question Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Huawei Technologies in November 2009.
Interview Details – I was called by a peer of mine that knew my work ethics/abilities and was asked to review an opening for a NOC Supervisor position within the company.
After I reviewed the details of the position, I went ahead and submitted my application.
I got an impromptu call the next day from an HR rep discussing the position, my background, work history, and my salary requirements. She then set up an 'in-person' interview to meet with the HR Manager and the Hiring manager/director of the NOC.
The following Monday, I went to the companies location for the 2 interviews. I met with the HR manager first. She gave me some veru goo details about the company, advised me of what they were looking for, and pretty much prepped me for the next interview with the hiring director.
I then met with the hiring manager/director and discussed tons of things!! The company, the team, we went over my background/work history... was asked alot of situational questions pertaining to team management, development of individuals, identifying, setting, and meeting center goals and objectives... and more.. some technical questions... and just some questions about myself...
I then went back to meet with the HR manager and was advised I would be getting a call to discuss next next steps.
Well.... I never received that call!! I thought the interviews and all went really well. I provided them with letters of recommendation as well as a 30-60-90 day entrance plan for success.
Great experience, though.
Interview Question – Tell me about a time where you didnt agree with your direct managers business decision. What did you do to share your dislike regarding the decision? What was the outcome? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Huawei Technologies in December 2007.
Interview Details – 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.
Interview Question – why do you want to change the job? Answer Question
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I applied in-person and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Huawei Technologies in August 2010.
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Interview Question – why did you leave ypour previous company Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Huawei Technologies.
Interview Details – 1. In person interview with hiring manager
2. phone interview with HR
3. in person interview with VP
Interview Question – Fairly standardized questions that follow an HR sheet (experiences, most difficult times and how you overcame it etc.)
My catch was that they asked to provide a copy of my transcript on the day of my phone interview, which wasn't really possible for my school, and thus delayed the process. Advice for new/recent grads: have a copy of transcript on hand at any time. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Huawei Technologies in May 2010.
Interview Details – They asked the experience and asked question about my resume. That is all.
Interview Question – They asked the experience and asked question about my resume. That is all.no thing special Answer Question
Negotiation Details – 1 month
I interviewed at Huawei Technologies in January 2011.
Interview Details – - Applied online and referral
- Phone interview
- Had to follow up then HR contacted
- HR+technical done
Interview Question – - Questions related to RAN and personal work-experience Answer Question
Negotiation Details – - No
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Huawei Technologies in May 2011.
Interview Details – 2 telephonic Technical Rounds.
2 Face- face 1:1 Technical Round
1 HR Salary Negotiation
Interview Question – Do we have a BGP Label in Layer 3 Routing??? Answer Question
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