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I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Verizon.
Interview Details – easy interview questions by the Talent aquisition team. Many background questions regarding your technical knowledge.
Interview Question – reporting tools used, analysis tools used, Number of years on experience, why you want to work for Verizon. Relocation and travel opportunities. Why I am looking for a full time position Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Verizon in December 2012.
Interview Details – I met corporate recruiter at networking event. I sent my resume via e-mail. Recruiter passed my resume to outsourced company. I spoke to outsourced company recruiter as Verizon Finance recently moved to Lake Mary and were hiring for many positions. Recruiter asked to apply for a specific position within Verizon which I did. I received a call from a manager and the manager asked me if i knew SQL. After the conversation ended he said he would pass my resume around to other managers. A week later I called the outsourced recruiter to see the status and I could not get that person to call back.
Interview Question – Do you know SQL? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Verizon in November 2011.
Interview Details – Very thorough interview process. I had a phone interview to screen out potential candidates. I then had to take an online personality test, followed by the first round of on site interviews. I had a second round of on site interview about 3 weeks after the first set.
Interview Question – If you walked into a room filled with pencils, how would you count how many were present? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Verizon in May 2011.
Interview Details – Very long and drawn out.
Negotiation Details – It didn't happen, they told me the salary, take it or leave it
The process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Verizon in March 2007.
Interview Details – I was approached by the HR Rep because of a friend's recommendation. I was given a sketchy job description at the time to go on for the interview. I was told that I would have a telephone interview with the manager because she worked on the east coast and I worked in the central time zone. I was expecting to have to interview twice, but instead, I had a telephone interview with the hiring manager and her Director. At one point the female Director asked for my age because she wanted to be sure that since I had indicated that I am single that I wasn't a young, single mother.
After a very grueling phone interview (primarily from the Director) I was asked if I was still interested in the position. Against my better judgement, I said yes. I was told I would be contacted wtihin two weeks. Six weeks later when I had given up on the position I received a phone call from the Manager saying they wanted to offer me the job. I was rather surprised by the call and even more surprised when she told me that the job had changed and it would now be a manager of testing and that I would have to work out of my home. I told her I would have to think about it and she insisted that I respond in 24 hours. My instincts told me to run the other way and I did.
Reason for Declining – I had several reasons for turning the job down, 1) the vibes I got in the interview for the Director (along with the nunya question), 2) the fact that it took them so long to make a "quick decision," 3) they were offering me a job that was totally different from the one I interviewed for.
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Verizon in May 2012.
Interview Details – I applied directly through Verizon's career website sometime in April. A week later, HR contacts me for a quick 15 minute phone interview asking very standard questions. HR then informs me that they will be forwarding my resume + answers to the questions to the hiring manager.
After a few weeks, the hiring manager contacted me and we had a lengthy phone conversation. I was immediately invited for an in-person interview which included another employee. After the in-person interview, I was notified a week later that I would be receiving an offer from Verizon.
Overall, a lengthy interview process but the opportunity to work with the manager who hired me was worth the wait.
Interview Question – Did not ask specific questions. The interview was more conversational than an interrogation. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Non-negotiable.They offered base-salary, benefits, and possibility of bonus.
The process took a day - interviewed at Verizon in August 2010.
Interview Details – One phone interview. They discussed the company and asked me my job functions. Asked me salary requirements.
Interview Question – Salary requirement View Answer
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