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It manager Interview Questions in San Francisco, CA

It manager Interview Questions in San Francisco, CA

"IT managers oversee teams of IT technicians in order to maintain a company's technology infrastructure. Employers will be looking for candidates who combine technical know-how with superb managerial and communication skills. In preparation for an interview, come ready to discuss your knowledge of the field, leadership experience, and conflict management abilities."

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How do you feel about cold-calling?

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I don't mind. I'm outgoing and it transfers well over the phone in my voice and energy. I like helping people solve problems and as a recruiter I believe I can convey that well over the phone.

The interviewers did not read my entire resume and only concentrated on areas that I did not have any experience with, which was not even part of my resume. One person even mentioned this to me as I inquired if they had looked at my material. They told me the job required someone to know coding, even though the coding aspect is only a small piece of the job. The job itself had other descriptions that the interviewers fail to inquire about and only concentrated on what I lacked. I am more than qualified based on the job description. They also did not find me to have hands-on experience, which again is not true and my resume highlights many key factors showing hands-on approach. (this is what happens when you don't read someone's resume thoroughly). I was told that I was a very nice guy, but that I would not be a good fit due to lack of experience.

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Again process, can you provide process mapping, actor and resource assignment, possible automation and improvement ideas (integration of new tools)..

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How do you think you can make an impact here?

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Technical "take home" IT questions assessing my process for solving issues, managing projects, that allowed links to websites and resources. Real world focus on process and research, not technical "gotchas".

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What is your Management philosophy?

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Why do you want to work at Cooley?

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What is you weakness?

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What is your interest in this position?

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If you had a large class with many students to serve in your position what would be your course or action?

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