Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Walt Disney Company
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- Senior Software Engineer (4)
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- Marketing Manager (3)
- Undergraduate Associate (3)
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- Internship (2)
- IT Manager (2)
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- Associate (1)
Undergraduate Associate Interview
I applied online. The process took 7 weeks – interviewed at Walt Disney Company (Glendale, CA).
I had 3 rounds of interviews with 6 people. The first one was a phone screening with an HR, and 1-2 weeks later I was emailed by another HR to schedule a personal interview itinerary with 30-minute each for a total of 2 hours. People were extremely nice and they asked me about life goals and personal interest. Nothing difficult, it's more like a daily conversation with a friend. You do have to answer some experience-related questions regarding the job position. Then 2-3 weeks later I was asked to schedule another phone interview with a professional, then after 2 weeks I was informed the interview result.
- Nothing difficult, asked me about multi-task ability, challenging projects I've done and what I've learned from it. Answer Question
There's no way to negotiate the hourly salary, because everyone gets the same. I did negotiate with weekly hours and that was approved.
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Undergraduate Associate InterviewAccepted OfferAccepted Offer
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Walt Disney Company.
Applied online. Received 20 min phone call from HR screener that asked basic behavioral questions including qualifications, previous experience, skills set, career aspirations, why Disney. Then invited to interview with department and department leadership (Director) over 3 separate meeting. Lastly, HR contacted with offer.
- What is a true weakness that can be interpreted as a positive? Answer Question
Undergraduate Associate InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Walt Disney Company in October 2010.
Applied for the internship on the Disney career portal. After 2 weeks or so, received a phone interview - just a couple background information questions and 1 or 2 behavioral questions. Then received an email to schedule office interviews. On the day, interviewed with 4 people from the group that was hiring an intern. Manager and a FA asked some behavioral questions, interviews with the other two group members were more like chatting. Overall very friendly people and environment. Dress code is everyday casual, a big plus. And it was Disney, so everything seemed to be a little more magical.
- Tell me about a time when your team members had conflicts and how you managed to resolve them Answer Question
It was an internship so did not really negotiate.