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Marketing Specialist
Brussels (Belgium)

I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Toyota in February 2012.

Interview Details – I applied online on teh company web-site. 2 weeks later a young HR girl has called me on telephone to schedule a telephone interview with a manager. THe interview was scheduled 1,5 weeks after and in fact I was interviewed by 3 managers: 1 HR, 2 from Product Planning. All are men, which is maybe typical for a car industry. :) They went very detailed through my CV not missing even one small detail. To some positions they returned again to ask detailed questions. They tried to find out, if I have ever worked with Excel. As far as I understood, this is an "Excel company", they work a lot with Excel files and analysis.

In the end of interview they asked my salary expectations, per month and netto.
Also asked my availability.

I am waiting for the next round of interviews, in case i will be selected, it will be interview at the European HQ in Brussels. They let me know, it would take up to 3 weeks before they let me know if I am through into the next round.
The conversation was nice and plesant, even though with a huge managers' attention to details.

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  • Why did you choose to study the subjuect you have chosen, and in which area would you like to work (marketing, finance, controlling, planning)   Answer Question
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