I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at T-Mobile in June 2013.
Interview Details –
1. Call from a technical person :
- Review my areas of expertise and pass jobs responsibility
2. Call from the manager
- Detail information on technical expertise.
3. Interview with the group that I was going to work with:
- Questions about my interaction with difficult people, my opinion on work 24x7 and my technical expertise.
- Technical test no time limit.
Interview Question – Describe the process to identify incollect and outcollects Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter - interviewed at T-Mobile in November 2012.
Interview Details – The process is initiated by HR, and a non technical interview is first set up with the recruiter. He/she reviews your resume with you and if you meet the criteria, the next step is a technical interview with the engineers in the market that you are interviewing for. Usually the first technical interview is over the phone, and only if they really want to consider you, you are called for the next round of in-person interview. The in-person round consists of a technical interview with the engineers/SMEs, followed by an interpersonal interview with the hiring market manager.
Interview Question – Expect in depth technical questions Answer Question
I applied in-person - interviewed at T-Mobile in September 2012.
Interview Details – My initial communication was with another employee. I then had a phone interview as well as 2 face to face interviews. The first was with my direct supervisor, the second was with both he and his supervisor. Though that can feel intimidating, they made me feel at ease. They were very friendly and kind.
Interview Question – Have you ever worked hard on a sale that you were not able to close? If so, how did you deal with the rejection? View Answer
Negotiation Details – The negotiation phase was relatively smooth for me, simply because I was honest from the beginning that I had already researched the company on Glassdoor.com.
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at T-Mobile in July 2012.
Interview Details – TMO typically use online tool to seek new talent (T-mobile Jobs, 2002-2012) . However, TMO strongly believes in promoting talent through internal organizations. TMO’s hiring managers strive to hire the right people into the right jobs on their unit. They use best practices such as planned and structured approaches when interviewing, asking appropriate questions to accumulate the data that allow them to objectively compare candidates and make the best choices. They look beyond the urgency of filling a position to find the employee who offers a fresh perspective and another dimension to the team—adding a diversity of ideas, approaches, and backgrounds
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I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at T-Mobile in October 2011.
Interview Details –
I already was a contractor at Marketsource for Tmobile as an Account Manager. TMobile planed to take over the title and add one more employee to the team due to growth of territories and business. In the interview, the interviewer knew what type of worker I was, how hard I worked and what skills I had has an Account Manager for T-Mobile. The interviewer was my District Manager during my contract period and reassured me that I was most definitely going to be a part of the T-Mobile Account Management team.
Long story short, the position was given to a friend that was a friend of another employee who was willing to do favors. So, my advice to candidates is always prepare for the worse and keep looking even though you are told you have position, keep looking.
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