- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Some of the additional benefits (fitness reimbursement and college tuition). Many of the co-workers are great.
There are too many individuals that can be deemed as "dead-weight". This doesn't sit well with many of the employees.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Cooper Tire & Rubber (Findlay, OH).
I thought that the HR team at Cooper Tire and Rubber Company was pretty well organized and had everything setup and ready to go on time. During the interview process, you were able to speak to a variety of different positions including : VP of Finance, Plant Controller, Senior Accountant, HR Manager, and Manager of the SOX Department. Overall, the interview was like most other interviews in that you get asked several Behavioral based questions along with personal conversation.
- During the interview process, I think the most difficult was with the Controller, he asked very technical questions that I was not expecting however, if you are right for the position the questions were easily answerable Answer Question
Be sure to read over the offer letter and make sure that it is what you are seeking.
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Cooper Tire & Rubber is a real wheeler dealer. The company is the fourth-largest tire manufacturer in North America (behind the likes of Bridgestone, Michelin, and Goodyear). It makes and sells replacement tires mainly for passenger cars and light trucks, but also for motorcycles, race cars, commercial, and off-road vehicles for North American and international markets. Cooper operates seven manufacturing facilities and more than 35 distribution centers worldwide. Unlike some of its rivals, Cooper does not typically sell to automotive OEMs; instead it markets its tires to...