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Updated Jul 22, 2021

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Bell Canada

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The interview had an analytical section where you had to display your skills using SQL and Excel. With the Excel portion it required heavily on pivot tables. The second portion of the interview was a face to face interview where the results from the analytical test were reviewed followed by many interview questions.

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  • Why do you want to work at Bell?
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Bell Canada

Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Very impersonal, process involve showing a series of pre-recorded questions and records your answers (around 3 mins allowed). There’s no chance for clarification, feedback, corrections, but the questions are fairly straightforward.

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  • Tell us a time where you resolved a conflict between team members.
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Bell Canada

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the first round interview was not difficult, i was asked couple common question such as who inspires me in my life? and why do i want to work in bell and so

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Bell Canada

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON

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I applied through an employee referral The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Bell Canada (Toronto, ON)

Interview

After you submit your application, You are invited to a screening round where you have to submit a video interview on ConveyIQ which is followed by a behavioral round (which isn't really behavioral and they test you on anything and everything) followed by a director round.

Interview Questions
  • Why do you want to work in the xyz field, what are some of the current challenges in the role & our industry.
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Bell Canada

Anonymous Interview Candidate

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I applied online. I interviewed at Bell Canada

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It was unique, 6 interviewees were interviewed in a group setting by 3 interviewers. However, one of the interviewers was very rude to one of the students and was interrupting while they were speaking. And the lead interviewer had to intrude to stop him from typing so loud that was clearly affecting the interviewees; performance

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Bell Canada

Anonymous Interview Candidate

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Average Interview
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Video Screening Interview - 1st Round Interview with hiring manager - 2nd Round Case interview. Got a case 24 hours in advance, need to analyze and recommend a solution. The case was not too difficult, just like a mini version of the case you would get from university group work.

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Bell Canada

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I applied online. I interviewed at Bell Canada

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First step is a virtual interview where your given a question and record yourself answering it on the platform your given. Then if they like the full portfolio of the videos and your resume you’ll be invited to a group interview. Then the final stage is an interview with a hiring manager

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Bell Canada

Anonymous Interview Candidate

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I applied online. I interviewed at Bell Canada

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First round for pre-screening interview, you will be given a link to record all you answers. You have two times and you will be given around 5-6 questions and then each question required you to answer in a limited time.

Interview Questions
  • Please introduce yourself. Please give us an example of using complex sql functions All questions are included in the job description, and all you need is to give a real example to show that you have the ability
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Bell Canada

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC

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I applied online. I interviewed at Bell Canada (Vancouver, BC) in Jun 2021

Interview

4-6 questions to answer over a video. Give 30seconds to read questions and 2 minutes 30 seconds to answer each. You get this through a link that would be sent to your email if they review your resume and find it worth

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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON

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I applied online. I interviewed at Bell Canada (Toronto, ON) in Jun 2021

Interview

I received a call from the hiring manager for the position of Specialist, Cloud Computing. However when I received the call, I realized that the position was for Network Engineer. Luckily for me, it perfectly matched my background and skills. BTW I have an experience of 6 years working for the largest ISP in USA as a Network Engineer. I described my skills and day to day job duties to the hiring manager in detail. The interview was a mix of technical abilities and the description of the work that I do. For me, it was very much related to what I do in day today work and hence I was able to answer all his questions in detail. He told me that he will get back to me by next week. On Monday I received an email from him that he was directly considering me for the role and would release the offer letter shortly. When I asked him if there would be a technical interview, he said that there would be none and expressed confidence in my abilities by the way I answered his questions. Once I received the offer letter on BCE website, I asked him if the salary was negotiable. The salary was given to me was in mid 80K CAD (location was Toronto) with no signing bonus or relocation assistance. Considering my previous experience, I thought that something above 90Ks would be more appropriate. Hence I asked him for the same. He said that he will check with HR and get back to me. While leaving, I told him that I am also negotiable from my side. The next day was the last day to sign the offer letter and hence I reached out to him. He sent an email stating that my offer has been revoked and apologized for the same. I checked the BCE careers website and found that my offer was indeed revoked. I asked him what was the reason and expressed my willingness to work for less. I sent him an email requesting feedback but my request fell on deaf ears. There was no reply from them. I found that this was really unprofessional from BCE side. Firstly I believe that the salary negotiations should have happened with an HR representative but I never talked to HR in the interview process. I am currently working in USA on H1B visa. I had contacted an immigration lawyer in Vancouver to check if my paper work was correct and if I had sufficient time left on my PR to work for Canada. I had to shell out a significant amount to get this counselling. This amount was wasted because of the unprofessionalism of the BCE. My extended family and friends who live in Canada were excited to see to me move there. They were also disappointed when they learnt about the incident. Now had I moved to Canada, I would be left jobless if they would have revoked my job offer latter. BCE is a very big company who I always held in high esteem. Now because of the actions of few people, its name is getting tarnished. I would request the HR and the PR department of BCE to take cognizance of the matter and look into it carefully. Dont let the actions of few destroy your reputation. You are a big company with a big name and as they say with big name, comes big responsibilites.

Interview Questions
  • Network Engineering questions. Make sure you know TCP/IP, OSPF, BGP and MPLS.
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