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Mediacom Communications Chairman, Founder and CEO Rocco B. Commisso
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    Great company to work for

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    Current Employee - Service Tech in Cedar Rapids, IA
    Current Employee - Service Tech in Cedar Rapids, IA

    I have been working at Mediacom Communications full-time (more than 3 years)


    Good benefits decent pay drive company vehicle which they maintain. Interact with great people everyday.


    Hours can be long some days depending on your geographic location and your customer base. Can be frustrating at times if your new to the business.

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Mediacom Communications Interviews

Updated Oct 23, 2014
Updated Oct 23, 2014

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    Human Resources Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeksinterviewed at Mediacom Communications.

    Interview Details

    Applied online. A few days later I received a phone call from the HR Director for the region in which I was applying. The HR Director wanted to schedule a phone interview with me, it was 2 days later. The Director called on-time for the phone interview and advised would be conferencing in a Recruiter from another location, they would take turn asking me questions. The phone screening lasted about 45 minutes and it was pretty tough. The first question they asked was what did I know about their company, after that it was all behavioral based questions related to Human Resources. Towards the end of the interview the Director said would probably be in the city where this job was available/where I live in two weeks and wanted to know if I had open availability to meet if I was selected for an interview - would not say for sure one way or the other if I would in fact be getting a face to face interview. I asked at this time what the hiring steps are for working at Mediacom and was informed after the phone interview would come a face to face interview with HR Director, then an interview with the 3 different Operations Managesr at the 3 locations the HRM job I was being considered for would work with regularly, after those 3 meetings there would be most likely a video conference with someone in another office and possibly after that flying to Iowa to meet with the VP. A week later the HR Director called to ask me to meet with the following week at the local office. My interview with the HRD at the local office lasted about 50 minutes and then I was taken to a conference room where a video interview with the recruiter who initially conferenced in on my phone interview was waiting to talk to me for about 45 more minutes. Both interviews that day were mostly repeating questions from my phone interview with a few additional behavioral questions pertaining to HR. As the HRD was walking me out of the building the HRD said (apparently) I needed to meet with the Operations Manager for that location after the video conference but he/she was unavailable so I was told I would have to come back for that and also do another video interview at that time/another day. I didn't make it to the next step in the process to share any more specifics. They seem like a great company to work for but their interview process is extremely in-depth and takes a long time.

    Interview Questions
    • At the end of my interview the Recruiter said I'm going to tell you the reasons/opinions why I think you aren't qualified for this position, then I'm going to give you the opportunity to tell me why you think I'm wrong. This was an extremely difficult thing to respond to because A) the Recruiter is telling you all the things they think are wrong with you and why you won't be able to do the job which can be uncomfortable and B) because it's based upon this interviewers opinions and personal experiences not facts. You don't know the interviewer well enough to know what you can say to definitely persuade them and you have absolutely no time to think about your response because they expect an answer right away.   Answer Question
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Headquarters Chester, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1995
Type Company - Private
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Mediacom Communications Corporation is the nation’s eighth largest cable television company and one of the leading cable operators focused on serving the smaller cities in the United States, with a significant customer concentration in the Midwestern and Southeastern regions. Mediacom Communications offers a wide array of information, communications and entertainment services, including video, high-speed data and phone, and provides innovative broadband communications solutions through its Mediacom Business division that can be tailored to any size business.

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