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  • SUSAN SERVIDIO 9 days ago
    Okay, just thought I would start a newer thread on my experience in getting an offer through Comcast. I am in Jacksonville, FL I applied on 12/02/2013 and received a call 12/28/2013 for a phone interview on 01/03/2014. I was sent an assessment that I passed with about an hour put into it. On 01/03/2014 I completed the phone interview and they offered me to schedule an in person interview at my local Comcast dispatch center. On 01/08/2014 I was told I passed my interview in person and I signed an initial offer letter and started my drug test and background check. On 01/14/2014 All the results of my tests and background check were completed. They found a 6-9 over the limit speeding ticket and a license cancellation that I didn't put on the background check. I explained that I was deployed and my license expired and I took care of it when I got back. The ticket I just stated, not going to lie, I forgot to list it. I will let everyone know what the final decision is when I get it. This should give an idea if you can get the position with a speeding ticket.
  • SL0416 9 days ago
    What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Comcast? What do you like best about working at Comcast? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
  • ItsMyKeKe 11 days ago
    Do you work at Comcast? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview? Any advice for someone trying to get in?
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    youhavegotIT 11 days ago
    I did everything to get this job. Interview, drug test, background screen. I got the offer letter from the recruiter and an email from her that was a month ago. Haven't heard a word since and I tried to contact her to see if I was rejected. Not a peep from the recruiter. Not a response. No call, no email...nothing. At this point I have given up on the job. I checked and it says in process. Nothing more...any suggestions would be helpful.
  • Does anyone know – 2 replies
    anoyomus hopeful 12 days ago
    I had an interview on Friday with others, a group one that lasted 3 hours. However my one on one interview only last a few minutes. I was wondering is that normal. They asked the questions on the packet that they had for everyone and didn't offer a job but said my recruiter would let me know my next steps is that just their way of saying thanks but no thanks.
  • ItsMyKeKe 12 days ago
    I applied on March 25th, 2014. The same day that the job was first posted on the site. It has been almost a month now and the position is no longer posted. I checked my application status and it still has me as in process with a 'blank' in the Next Step column. Question is do they cut off the job posting and then select their candidates? What's going on!? I have a history in the cable business already and I applied for an entry level 0 years required, 0-2 years experience preferred installation position. I am extremely confident that I am much more capable than half the scum that applied.
  • ItsMyKeKe 12 days ago
    I'm posting this to help those who would like to see other people's timelines for hearing from Comcast during the interview process. I too was a little impatient so here goes my experience, hope it helps someone: 5/17 - Applied online 5/30 - Received an e-mail for my online assessment to be taken. Did great. 6/2 - Had phone interview. Pretty much same ?'s as any other phone interview. 6/4 - Got an e-mail to schedule a face-to-face interview. 6/10 - Did the Realistic Job Preview + Interview with two supervisors (one at a time) and was told I would hear from them within 3-5 days.** 6/13 - Got an e-mail saying I was selected & that I would receive my offer letter and other stuff when the systems were back up. 6/17 - Received offer letter, background check and drug test information via e-mail. Signed the letter and filled in my background check that day. 6/18 - Took drug test. Got two e-mails from CARCO to send in HS diploma & W2 for a job -- e-mailed those documents back right after. 6/25 - Called CARCO again they said my bg check was completed today. 6/27 - Received final offer letter and training schedule, I start 7/7. **Sidenotes: * I actually thought I didn't do so good during the interview...and we didn't even need to use the e-mail we were told to bring and I wasn't quizzed about the job research I was told to do but that's ok. More for me to know I guess. * Also I know a lot of people had the pleasure of keeping contact with their recruiter for updates and such during the process but mine didn't really respond, so it's definitely a waiting game. * And as far as the bg check the only thing I was truly worried about was the credit check. I have no criminal history or anything like that but am in debt pretty bad for someone as young as me. And I also listed the jobs I could think of but I may have missed one or two now that I think about it -- but they didn't ask so I guess they don't check outside of what you put.
  • only me 14 days ago
    today call a recruiter and ask who has the final desision he told me usually the supervisore I had the face to face interview made ​​a mistake in a question he asked me well my recruiter refere me to the another recruider and he make me at phon interview today I hope I can take the job now aim ready this time I not goin to make mistake
  • CCableMD 18 days ago
    I just got hired as a Commtech in Auburn. I'm extremely ecstatic about the opportunity. I look forward to the transition from my MOS to this new position. I see this as a career with plenty of opportunity to grow that I will retire from. I was hired at 14.25. Does anyone know how long it takes in this area to reach Commtech 1 & 3. I know it varies but even your time line may help others get an idea. We all know Comcast is big on change and a lot of these post are from years back I feel an update is do for more accurate information. Also what's are the pay increases and average time until you got your van. I'm ready to get begin training and be the sponge that soaks up every bit of information to be the best tech I can be. I know it's a job that involves a lot of hard work and I'm willing to go above and beyond to reach a salary that provides for the lifestyle my family truly does deserve. I'm glad to be a Comcaster.
  • Kristen 21 days ago
    Ok so I applied for a call center position. I got the phone interview and the recruiter invited me for a in-person interview at the call center. She told me to bring 3 copies of my resume. Here is the thing I lied on my resume. I really didn't think I was going to get the job other wise because I have been working as a Corrections officer for the past 6 years and have no recent customer service or sales experience. Does Comcast really do a work history check? If they do, is there anyway I can salvage this debacle? I claimed I worked as a bank teller for some time, which I never did. I also said I worked a call center for three years when I only worked there for 2 months I also left out my corrections officer experience. I know the recruiter has seen the resume. Will she be there for the interview? At this point has the people who makes the decision to hire to me or not have seen? If they have why would she tell me to bring copies of my resume? If not I wonder if I can change it now before I go and just try to sell myself and hope for the best.
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