I applied online - interviewed at MetroPCS in June 2012.
Interview Details – Basic engineering, RF questions and link budget. LTE protocol stack
Interview Question – Basic engineering, RF questions and link budget. LTE protocol stack Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at MetroPCS in January 2013.
Interview Details – just asks for past work experience and how many days you can work
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at MetroPCS in June 2009.
Interview Details – Submitted my resume, got a phone call that turned into a phone interview and asked to go to in-person interview. Interviewed by HR and district manager- asked all the same questions. Called me about 3 hours later offering me the job.
Interview Question – "How do you keep up with technology?" View Answer
Negotiation Details – Promises of lots of overtime when starting hourly, promise of insurance/401k/etc. received little to no overtime, turned into salary $500/wk for 50hrs week.
after 1 month, forced to sign document stating no medical/dental/vision/401k.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 days - interviewed at MetroPCS in May 2009.
Interview Details – I can't speak for the experiences of everyone else, but I had 1 telephone interview, and I was hired on the initial face-to-face interview. The interview started with hiring manager, went to panel discussions with 3 people on staff, and then on to executive officer. I traded emails and had a follow up conversation with HR the following day. The phone discussion both lasted about 1/2 hour each, the face-to-face interviews last about 3 hours in total.
Interview Question – Tell me how you're going to make this company more profitable, efficient and / or exciting. View Answer
Negotiation Details – I was offered a salary that was competitive with what I had been paid for similar work previously, which is all I ever asked for.
I applied online and interviewed at MetroPCS.
Interview Details – Interview was in a temporary office they rented for interview. They hadn't figured out where they were located.
Interview Question – Why did you move back to your previous position. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 7 weeks - interviewed at MetroPCS in July 2013.
Interview Details – I applied to a job posting on Careerbuilder.com that announced that MetroPCS was expanding into the Cleveland, Ohio market. I had a phone interview with the recruiter, and then an in-person interview with the hiring manager who told me I did very well in the interview, and that he wanted me to come back for a panel interview with his boss, an HR manager, and another manager.
I waited for a call from the recruited to be scheduled for the next interview as the hiring manager had promised. I was never contacted within the specified timeframe. So, I reached out to the recruiter who seemed totally confused, and told me that she was still waiting to hear from the hiring manager who had interviewed me. Since this did not mesh with the previous conversation that I had with the hiring manager, I reached out to him, and got no reply. I waited 1 week, and touched base with the recruiter again who reassured me that they were still going to interview me, and that things were just moving forward slowly on their end. About 5 days later, I heard a commercial on the radio announcing the "Grand Opening" of the new MetroPCS stores that day. So, thinking that I would have been hired by the time of a "Grand Opening" launch, I called the hiring manager only to find out that they had indeed filled the position, and that the recruiter was to have notified everyone a long time ago.
Clearly, somewhere within my interview process the chain of communication was broken. It's impossible to know what occurred, but needles to say it was not what I would consider a positive interviewing experience. It definitely wasted a considerable amount of my time.
Interview Question – They use a very common behavioral based interview question format. Nothing very demanding. They just ask for detailed examples of how an applicant has handled challenges in previous roles they have held. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2 days - interviewed at MetroPCS in June 2011.
Interview Details – Simple, if you can talk fancy as if you know what you are talking about.. you can get the job.
Interview Question – How good are you at selling accessories? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was none.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at MetroPCS in March 2009.
Interview Details – Started with phone interview and ended with face-to-face interview with a manager and director. They asked many technical questions as well as past experience. They were looking for people who were knowledgeable and new how to hit the ground running. This was not an on-the-job-training position.
Interview Question – Several technical questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Research market value and request it.
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at MetroPCS in June 2013.
Interview Details – There was like 5 people doing the interview. They looked at my college education and were not satisfied, asking me why i was doing two different fields. They did NOT ask any of the usual questions like WHY DO U WANT TO WORK HERE, etc.
Interview Question – If you have studied two different fields, why are you trying to get into sales now?
I also had to answer some interview questions in spanish Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at MetroPCS in February 2012.
Interview Details – It was a very simple get to know each other for an entry level position.
Interview Question – Why would make you an asset to this company instead of any other applicant? View Answer
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