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Getting an Interview
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Customer Service Engineer Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at NCR (Boston, MA).
Been working here 18 years, hiring under a totally different management team and hiring requirements
- was hired out of technical school and did a ride around with another CE Answer Question
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I applied online. I interviewed at NCR (Denver, CO) in October 2010.
On-line application, take on-line assessment test and if you past you will be contacted by HR and give you an appointment interview with the Territory Manager and if you pass interview, they will have you the background check. If you past everything, they will send you to a 3 weeks training at NCR HQs. After training, they will let you go for a ride-along with Sr. Technician for 2 weeks.
- How do you handle a situation wherein you have a priority calls with the same critical issue and same time of arrival? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at NCR in July 2013.
1.i got job notification from social site. 2.then i registered my details on ncr website 3.after that there was online test. 4.after 3-4 days i git call from mumbai branch that i have cracked the test.he then took my telephonic interview,for about 30 minutes. 5.after that my technical interview was scheddulled in pune branch 6.in that general question about final year project was asked 7.then after 5-6 days i got offer letter by mail.
- there was no such difficult question,just simple question,they just want to see our dedication. Answer Question
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The process took 1 day. I interviewed at NCR in April 2010.
Did the phone interview, that seem to be an outsource company. Then the next 2 days I was called to setup a face to face interview. There was 3 people and the interview I believed went well it lasted for 45 mins. Its been 2 days and nothing yet but I do know the hourly wage which is $16-$18/hour, they give a company van, laptop, and a blackberry cell phone. Not sure if Im going to accept the job if an offer comes up but I do feel it is a great company to start out. This would be my first electronics job coming right out of 2 year college.
- What is your favorite Anti-virus software and why? Answer Question
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The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at NCR (Harare (Zimbabwe)) in January 2008.
It was quite simple, just general questions on troubleshooting and customer service etiquette
- Can you write the code to generate the Fibonacci sequence? Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at NCR (Winnipeg, MB (Canada)) in November 2007.
It was very thorough, They wanted to make sure my typing skills were profficient enough for the position. As well as my speaking skills, I was interviewed in both French and English for my bilingual position, and asked a list of questions regarding what i would like to be doing within the next 5 years. I mentioned that i would like to go back to school, and they asked "if you found yourself happy enough here, would you think about not going back to school?".. it was a strange question at the time, but now i understand why they asked.
No negotiation really.
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