Interviewed at e-Builder
Interview Details – Lenghty process, a lot of behavioral interviewing and skills testing
Interview Question – Describe a situation where you had to say “no” to a customer, co-worker, or supervisor because you didn’t think saying “yes” would be appropriate. Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at e-Builder in February 2012.
Interview Details – A recruiter from e-Builder initially messaged me through Linkedin. I ignored the message for a couple months before responding. My curiousity got to me and I finally wrote back. A few emails were exchanged and then I agreed to a phone interview with the recruiter. This interview was rather informal and we mostly discussed details of the position I would be interviewing for. He then asked for a writing sample to forward to the hiring manager. A phone interview with the hiring manager was to be arranged if he approved the writing sample. I had the phone interview with the hiring manager which I though went very well. I never heard back after the phone call, but was notified that they promoted from within when they responded to my thank you note for the interviews.
Interview Question – What is the salary at your current position? View Answer
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at e-Builder in January 2012.
Interview Details – The hiring process was very challenging; however, I found that to be well suited for the position I was interviewing for. The team manager clearly explained, that interviewing for the position in question, required challenging criteria due to the nature of the position. I successfully met the requirements and was later hired in the first week of August. Currently, as a business analyst, I can reflect back to the interview process and confirm that the methods utilized by my manager were on point, considering the challenges I overcome each day. E-builder is a great company to work for and they only hire those that want to succeed in their position and as a person. By placing emphasis on having the core values including but not limited to: hardwork, honesty, integrity, this organization is creating champions that will succeed no matter where life takes them.
Interview Question – What, based on your experience, would typically prevent you from achieving your goals. View Answer
Negotiation Details – I was content with what they offered me for the position, so a negotiation was not necessary.
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