Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Vodafone Ireland.
Interview Details – I completed the online reasoning and verbal test first. After a while they sent me an email saying that I passed that fase and I had to complete a sort of behavioral test online where I was presented with some real world situation and I had to tell how I would have behaved.
After an other week we scheduled a telephone meeting. The telephone interview was very easy and I din't fell to much tense.
Interview Question – What was your specific contribution on a project? View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Vodafone Ireland in March 2010.
Interview Details – Initially contacted by a head-hunter who put my cv in front of the hiring manager and invited me to interview. Initial interview with relevant Director with positive feedback. Next interview with CEO. Told I was shortlisted in the last two candidates. Then told three weeks later that the other short-listed candidate had been offered and accepted. Professional and courteous process. Prompt at providing feedback and updates as to progress through the interview process.
Interview Question – How important is the culture of an organisation in determining its success? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I was contacted three months later and offered another relevant position. However, this was less senior and below my acceptable salary range.
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Vodafone Ireland in February 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online through their website. The application process was easy and straightforward, the only thing that was unclear to me was that both a CV and cover letter were required. I neglected to upload a CV, but got a very friendly email from HR to request one. I was called up for interview a couple of days later. The interview was easy to schedule and they would have worked around my current working hours if needed. The interview was off-site in a local hotel, which was easy to get to. People were very friendly, interested and we had a good conversation. I had a good feeling about it. They took their time, they asked difficult questions, sure, but it didn't feel as if they were trying to trick me. I didn't get an offer, but I did get thorough and very useful feedback when I asked and the advice to apply for other positions. I was left with a very positive impression of the company.
Interview Question – Why are you applying for this job and not for a job in X field which you would be better suited for? Answer Question
I applied through other source and interviewed at Vodafone Ireland.
Interview Details – It was 10yrs ago and the interview process has changed dramatically since then, so it is not relevant.
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