Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Project Manager Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Nokia Networks (New Delhi (India)) in July 2012.
Technical Rounds (multiple), followed by HR. HR round primarily to finalize offer etc
- Technical cases Answer Question
Yes. Within a 20% margin. Primarily based on previous salary
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Nokia Networks (Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)) in May 2011.
Very bad approach from the Line Manager. As this was internal application, Line Manager refused all NSN employees and employed someone from the outside. It was bad picture towards all local employees that they can not get promoted nor upgraded to the better position. After 3 months of the probation, the person that was initially employed was fired due to the lack of communication skills as he didn't manage to become part of the team. This is clear sign that hiring procedure is bad.
- What will you do to contribute to the company? 1 Answer
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Nokia Networks (Bangalore (India)) in October 2009.
The questions were asked on the work experience, related experience on the similar profile, reason of looking for a change. There were 3 round of interviews, starting from the HR round, first level with the technical manager and the final round with the Finland based team through video conferencing. The questions were detailed and one of the questions was:
"How do you think about your knowledge on the tools and skills to effectively carry out the required role of a Project Procurement Manager"
Answer: First of all should have the basic knowledge on Procurement processes, effective negotiation skills and a detailed program management knowledge from concept to execution including first pilot, final pilot and then the ramp-up. The exact tools can be used as MS Project to plan, schedule and execute the project technique.
The office atmosphere is very nice and the interviewing team looked quite composed and well-learned. Was a good experience.
- When did you cry last and why?, in the HR round. 1 Answer
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Nokia Networks in January 2008.
I was referred to the position by a colleague.
Following a phone interview I was invited to speak 1:1 with three different managers.
Mostly questions about prior experience and if I was truly interested in the position.
Best advice is find someone in the company that you know can vouch for you. It is very difficult coming in as an unknown.
- What do you not like about your current position? Answer Question
These are not the best times for negotiating, but you should ask anyways.