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MillerCoors Sales Representative Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated May 13, 2014
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I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at MillerCoors.

Interview Details – applied online, took about a week and then received email asking if I could fill out a psyc assessment. After submitting the assessment took about 4-5 days and I was called by headquarters and given an impromptu phone interview. All the emails I received were all "DONT REPLY" emails so there was never any contact with a person until the phone interview

Interview Question – The questions ranged from: Why do you think you fit into the millercoors brand....what is your experience in the industry?.....what can you offer to our company?....why did you apply to millercoors?   Answer Question


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Las Vegas, NV

I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at MillerCoors in April 2011.

Interview Details – Phone screen w HR, panel interview

Interview Question – Tell me about a time your ethics were compromised?   Answer Question


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I applied online and interviewed at MillerCoors.

Interview Details – I was prescreened for an inperson interview with a brief phone interview with HR. Then was asked to go to Atlanta (one of the region offices) for an interview. They were going to pay for hotel, but I was only available for one day. I flew in to Atlanta and had the interview the same day. It was a group interview with my future boss, his boss, another person in upper management and a person from HR. They were very relaxed and allowed me to do the same in answering questions. I had to answer them in a specific format which I forget what it is called but basically I had to answer with a cause and effect type of way. The interview lasted an hour. The best part was that part of being reimbursed by the company is beer! So after the interview, I drank a Blue Moon with my dinner at the airport.


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Cincinnati, OH

The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at MillerCoors in April 2012.

Interview Details – Applied online through the MillerCoors website for the Sales Representative position. Received a series of emails within the next few weeks, personality tests, behavioral interview questions online, etc.
After this process I was invited to come in to interview before a panel, in Cleveland. I am in Cincinnati and was applying for the local position. I was given very little notice regarding the interview and I had difficulty making it to Cleveland in such short notice.
They rescheduled the interview in town soon after. I met with two representatives, one from MillerCoors, the other from Tenth & Blake. The interview went fine, they described the position (as best as possible) and then asked me some questions. Nothing too terribly difficult.

Interview Question – What is your biggest weakness?   Answer Question


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Denver, CO

The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at MillerCoors in April 2012.

Interview Details – After sending in my resume to their website I was then sent an online personality/IQ test. After this, I was contacted for a phone interview which consisted of mostly factual questions (where did you go to school?). The next day I was informed that I would be flown out to interview the next week. This was a panel interview 3:1 with mostly situational questions. That was on a Wednesday and the next Monday I was sent another personality test.

Interview Question – Name a time when something didn't go your way and how did you fix it? What did you learn?   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – didn't negotiate


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The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at MillerCoors in May 2012.

Interview Details – I was contacted a couple of weeks after applying for the job. I first had to take a personality test, then I was contacted for an interview- it was a group interview 2:1.There was also an informal event that interviewees could attend (of course you attend.) I was contacted the next day to do another personality test. A week went by and I didn't hear anything. Then the following Tuesday, I was notified that they wanted to be a part of their team. After that, I had to take a drug test and had a background check done.

Interview Question – Have you ever been in a situation when you didn't know what you were doing? What did you do? What resources did you use? What would you have done differently?   Answer Question

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