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Team Detroit Account Executive Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Apr 30, 2014
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Account Executive Interview

Account Executive
Detroit, MI

The process took a day - interviewed at Team Detroit in June 2010.

Interview Details – I had initial phone interviews with HR personnel before being invited into the office to interview in person. Once at the office, I went through multiple "interviews" with various department members. The reality is, the interview style was more of an open forum discussion with various team members mixed with career experience questions. We walked through my resume and they explained the expectations for the position. Interviewers made you feel very welcome and comfortable right away.

Interview Question – Pretend you are the business owner and I am the interviewer - describe to me, to the best of your knowledge, how our program works and who it benefits.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – I was able to negotiate an extra week of vacation compared to what they offered. Also received a moving allowance to relocate from my previous city. When salary was discussed, there was no negotiation available.

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Average Interview

Account Executive Interview

Account Executive

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Team Detroit.

Interview Details – Very quick to get me into meet them. 2 phone calls before interview. One interview with direct boss and another with the team I would be working with.

Interview Question – Why do you see yourself in this position?   Answer Question

Reason for Declining – Pay wasn't what I was looking for.

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