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Interviews at MobileOne
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through an employee referral The process took 2 days. I interviewed at MobileOne
Do not come into the store to apply, apparently that is a discouraged practice nowadays. Apply online, wait for a response. If nothing happens, call. If offered, show up, meet management, find a place to sit. Asked basic questions and overview of sales how the commissions are paid out.
- Why do you want to do sales?
Anonymous Employee in Bernalillo, NM
I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 day. I interviewed at MobileOne (Bernalillo, NM) in Feb 2019
The Store Manager and the DM interviewed me and asked me questions and just asked me why I wanted to work for Mobile One. I told them I wanted to start something new and meet new people.
- Why do I want to work for Mobile One?
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at MobileOne
Prove yourself by hitting their metrics, wait for a position to open up (most of the time at troubled locations) they offer it to you cause they know you are going to yes
- How far are you willing to travel for this opportunity
Anonymous Employee in Halsey, OR
I applied online. I interviewed at MobileOne (Halsey, OR)
Very easy going and very high energy. They want you to be upfront and honest with them as any other employer would. This company is great about giving second lives to those who have had a messy past.
- Why is there length between your jobs?
I applied through an employee referral The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at MobileOne
30 minute phone screening then a week later had a face to face interview with regional sales director. Very personal and relaxed interview, easy going sales director and not too formal
Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at MobileOne (New York, NY)
The first phone interview was easy. The 2nd in store interview was the biggest problem. I waited close to 2 hours waiting to be interviewed by a regional manager. I should of taken that as a bad sign and never worked for this company. Just go to a corporate store.
- what in your previous job history makes you qualified for this position?
Anonymous Employee in San Jose, CA
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at MobileOne (San Jose, CA) in Nov 2018
Conversation about strengths and opportunities (instead of using the term "weaknesses"), previous sales jobs and how they compare to this one, as well as aspirations. A lot of the conversation revolved around how to handle specific situations in regards to thinking quickly and helping people.
- What does customer service mean to you?
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at MobileOne
Phone interview first. I applied for assistant store manager and confirmed with the reginonal manager. When i got to the interview he explains that he doesnt just give away the job you have to earn it. Have to start at 11.50 an hour for three week traing then move up. I have 12 years experience i can not start at the bottom expecially after i applied for assistant manager. Very misleading and wrong. Wouldnt it be nice to have me sell the crap out of stuff till i got sick of getting minimum wage. My last job was store manager. They do not respect experiance or peoples time.
- What salary do you need?
Anonymous Employee in DuPont, WA
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at MobileOne (DuPont, WA) in Apr 2018
Interview process is simple and straight forward. First there is a phone interview, then an interview with a store manager, and finally one with the regional manager. Once you pass the background check, you move on to 3 weeks of training.
- Are you comfortable making calls to prior customers to draw in traffic?
I interviewed at MobileOne
Interview was simple. A few sales related questions. Mostly personal questions so that they can get a feel for you and how you will do with the company.
- Do you have any experience in sales?