I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Verizon.
Interview Details – Verizon found me through my school's career fair where I spoke to some HR reps. After a few weeks they called for a phone interview that led to an on campus interview, first with a representative from HR that asked behavioral-based questions, then an interview with two hiring managers at the same time, who asked technical questions.
Interview Question – Would you be willing to relocate to an as-yet undisclosed location Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I received a more interesting offer from another company
I applied through college or university - interviewed at Verizon in October 2012.
Interview Details – I received a phone interview after submitting my resume and unofficial transcript on my university recruiting website. I then received an offer by email, which required me to fill out information for a background investigation and do a drug test within 48 hours. After everything went though, I was informed I had an official offer.
Interview Question – Asking about technical skills Answer Question
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Verizon in September 2012.
Interview Details – I had a phone interview scheduled and last about 20 minutes. The questions were pretty general, ranging from why I want to work there to some of my past projects and experiences. Still waiting on results.
Interview Question – Name a leadership role Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Verizon in April 2011.
Interview Details – Applied for internship through college-recruiting website. They sent me other websites to apply online and send in pre-screen forms. They emailed me and invited me to interivew. I went to the headquarters in Ashburn to interview. This was my first time interviewing for a job so I was nervous at first. There was an initial presentation about the sector overview and then I Interviewed with 4 different people / managers 1 on 1 asking behavioral interview questions. The work environment seems great, and the headquarters office is huge!
Interview Question – What are your goals for the future? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Verizon in December 2009.
Interview Details – I really woudn't describe it much. It was basically an intern job, and of course, nothing to sneeze at. It was lame, lame lame..but what can I say..# Generally, during the interview process, you interview with a representative of Human Resources who further assesses your skills and qualifications, describes in more detail the hiring process, and gives you the opportunity to ask questions to learn more about Sandoz's career opportunities, culture, benefits plan, etc. Further interviews may be scheduled with hiring managers based on the initial assessment and interview results.
Interviewed at Verizon
Interview Details – Was a little bit of a mess - Slow response time to my resume, and delayed responses between interviews. Process seemed slightly off-the-cuff and bureaucratic.
Interview Question – What type of customer may need a 50 MBp/s connection vs a 15 MBp/s connection? Answer Question
Interviewed at Verizon
Interview Details – Thirty minute interview over the phone. A few weeks later, they flew me out to their headquarters for a second round interview. The second round consisted of two back to back 30 minute interviews.
Interview Question – Name a few industry trends you have observed and tell me how you think Verizon is positioned to address each trend in the future. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Verizon in April 2012.
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