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Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Very Easy Interview

Project Manager Interview

Project Manager
Orange, CA

I applied in-person and interviewed at Volt Information.

Interview Details – Interview process was excellent

Interview Question – Would you be willing to take a decrease in salary, to come help us out. We have a very good annual review process where you will surely be at the top of the list every year with your experience   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

Neutral Experience

Project Manager Interview

Project Manager

Interviewed at Volt Information

Interview Details – The interview started with a brief phone call to see if I met the minimum requirements for the position. The in face-to-face interview was more in depth and lasted about an hour. The interview consisted of a combination of work history and behavior focused questions. The work history questions consisted of the typical where did I work, how long, and what my responsibilities were. The behavior questions consisted of how I handled a disagreement with my manager, how I would handle a project team member that is consistently turning in late work, and how I would handle a project that is in danger of running over budget. The interview then turned to salary negotiations and hiring for the position.

Interview Question – What was the most difficult project that you worked on and why?   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Easy Interview

Project Manager Interview

Project Manager

I applied through other source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Volt Information in September 2008.

Interview Details – Once they did the initial phone screening, then there was an on-site meeting to answer the same basic questions. I was asked to answer some basic questions that needed to be brought to the on-site interview. Next, the client did a phone screen that was a situational interview. Basically, they described worst case situations in a day and asked how I would handle those situations. Finally, I had an on-site interview at the client site where a panel of two interviewed me for the position. More situational questions that turned out to be based on the current office environment.

Interview Question – It's 15 minutes before the office closes for the day and a client calls with a critical issue or emails you with a critical issue, what do you do? You find out later that the client has left for the day, will that affect how you support the client? If so, how?   View Answer

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