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I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at WebMD Health in September 2009.
Interview Details – This was a very positive experience though it did not result in an offer. The job was posted on LinkedIn and I was contacted within days of submitting my resume. The recruiter was great and the interviewers were clear about the job description and their criteria for the position. There were hundreds of applicants for one job -- I made it as far as five interviews.
Interview Question – There were no unexpected or difficult questions, they just wanted to ascertain that my experience was strong and that I understood the corporation, its busines model, the industry and the specific goals of the position. Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at WebMD Health in January 2010.
Interview Details –
Half hour initial call, then an in person interview with 3 people, and a skills test.
Met first with 2 other people on the tech team, that went very well, but then met with the
Director of the group, and was asked to describe I program that I'd written. I found it
very difficult to picture the program in my head or remember lines of code, and couldn't
articulate it clearly. I usually get specific technical questions, and find that much more
relevant. I was asked one technical question, but it was more of a theoretical nature and
not something you'd use everyday, so didn't do well on that either.
The skills test was good, but seemed very hastily put together, there were duplicates among
the answer selections, and the answers for some questions while correct, were something
that you'd never do in real practice, so it wasn't clear what they were really looking for.
The office was very nice, though there was a lack of meeting space, I don't know if the Director
even had an office since we had to meet in an open area. The people were extremely nice
and informal, would have been a great place to work.
Interview Question – Perl Question: What is an anonymous Hash? View Answer
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at WebMD Health in April 2009.
Interview Details – Inital phone interview with some programming puzzle kind of questions. Then Onsite interview with 4 people, each with a diffrent style. One IQ challenge puzzle, one behavioral, one technical, one "boss"/management interview.
Interview Question – What is the chance that two dogs have the same number of hairs. View Answer
Negotiation Details – I asked for 90k, they gave it to me. Personaly I think I got the skills to back that up so seemed reasonable.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at WebMD Health in April 2009.
Interview Details –
1) They verify that your resume is a close match to the skills and experiences to the available positions.
2) They schedule a phone interview if they deem your resume worth pursuing.
3) The phone interview lasts approximately 45 minutes.
4) They follow up with an invitation for a personal interview (or politely tell you they will keep your resume on file)
5) The face2face interview lasts 2.5 hours
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at WebMD Health.
Interview Details – Basic Phone interview that your typical interview questions (ie: why would you like this position, what are your future plans, what do you know about the company...) After the phone interview, they ask you to come in and meet the hiring managers whom ask the same questions and just want to get a feel for who you are.
Interview Question – Nothing too difficult, no technical questions necessary. Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at WebMD Health.
Interview Details – background in ad sales, background in pharma sales, background in cpg sales
Interview Question – what would you do in first 30 days Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at WebMD Health.
Interview Details –
I interviewed with a Project manager who emphasized the role was mainly administrative. I think my emphasis on 'Project Management' as a career goal worked against me because I may have been dissatisfied in the long run performing admin. duties.(I didn't get the job-over qualified)
It was a very typical, scripted interview, focusing on questions about strengths, weaknesses, 5 year plan, career goals etc.
Interview Question – How do you organize your day? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at WebMD Health in August 2010.
Interview Details – 2 interviews in 1 sitting. One done by the office manager and one by the direct supervisor. The interview was in English and French.
Interview Question – If you had millions of dollars, what would you do. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Salary and details offered through phone and email. Afterwards, a criminal record and background check was conducted.
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at WebMD Health in April 2012.
Interview Details – Several phone interviews with recruiters and multiple applications to multiple openings and finally got a call back from a different corporate recruiter to schedule in person one-on-one. Best interview I've had in a long time - very loose format. A lot of opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the role and showcase my experiences. Two days following in-person interview one-on-one, emailed by a third corporate recruiter asking me for a group interview next week. All told I've been in this process about 5 weeks now and still have a ways to go before selection.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at WebMD Health in November 2011.
Interview Details – My initial interviews went very well and I received good feedback from each individual I met with. For my final interview, I instantly could tell we did not click and was not offered a position.
Interview Question – How do you handle rude responses from potential clients? View Answer
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