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Ford Motor Company Program Manager Interview Questions

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Program Manager Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dearborn, MI
No Offer
Neutral Experience
Average Interview

Application

I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Ford Motor Company (Dearborn, MI) in February 2013.

Interview

Got through staffing company, they prepared my resume, gave me info to prepare for interview. Also met their VP at the location. They didn't have much time on the interview. They were team of three people, needed the fourth member.

Interview Questions

  • All about past, and hypothetical scenario, at the end of interview they reveal that they need someone who can get information about of some "busy" people, who may or may not be friendly, How would you deal in team, if team member is not supporting?   1 Answer

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    Program Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dearborn, MI
    Declined Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied in-person. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Ford Motor Company (Dearborn, MI) in December 2012.

    Interview

    I met a recruiter at NSHMBA career fair. He told me that with 8 years experience as an aerospace engineer (and an MBA) I was exactly the kind of guy they needed in program management. He gave me a requisition number to apply to.

    I received an email a week or so later and filled out a detailed job application. I then received an email invitation to a Ford Talent Management Conference in Detroit. I couldn't make the first one, but they invited me to another they were holding a few weeks later.

    The interview was split into two portions. First, they split us into groups for a group case study. They had emailed us a case study where we were to prepare, and we were now to present our recommendation to the 3-4 other members of our small group. Each group was evaluated by silent HR people who watched our interactions. We basically had to work together to reconcile our recommendations and rank them, coming to a group consensus.

    The second portion of the interview was with two people from the area where we were interviewing. Mine was with two Program Managers in Product Development (one was a supervisor). They asked a series of run of the mill behavioral questions and a few "what would you do in this situation".

    After the interviews, we had a lunch presentation about whatever business unit we were interviewing with, and then we were done.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell me about a time when you used your political savvy to get results.   Answer Question

    Reasons for Declining

    The salary was pretty decent, but the benefits were consistent with an entry-level job (2 weeks of vacation). I have opportunities at other companies for comparable jobs with better benefits and salary. Had the offer been a little bit sweeter (and tailored to my experience), I would have definitely considered it. Also, after talking to the two PMs who I interviewed with, it didn't seem like there is much ability to progress from the PM level. Both of them had been in product management for 15+ years and when I asked about career path the manager said something like "if you are here for a while and do a really good job on a bunch of projects, over and over, you might get to be a supervisor."

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