Phone Interview, On site its multiple interviewers. I don't know if the process is the same for each department, but for the one I applied for they were reading from a thick packet. The questions asked wasn't really related to the position, my work ethic, and my work experience (What was the last book I read? What was the last skill set I've learned not related to work and how did I learn it? How would they know if I was mad?) They claimed it was the STAR method, but they were more focused on the action and end result instead of knowing how I get to that point. One of the interviews kept cutting me off and it doesn't make it better if its a language barrier. I really wasn't feeling the vibe with them, but I've heard other people experience were different, so maybe its just that particular department. I would apply for another position with Cox for sure, but not for that department.
Multiple interviewers scheduled during the day.
Answered - Technical Project Manager II (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Usually there are 3-4 stages.
1- Online take-home assessment, on programming skill. The question is about Data Structure and Algorithm
2- Technical phone interview. The interviewer will ask about your experience, OOP, Software Engineering concept, and second part of the interview will be coding. You should be comfy with Loop and simple data structure and Math questions
3- If you are not local, they will have another phone interview, similar to stage 2
4- On-site interview, there will more technical questions in depth. Overall people are friendly, and help you thru if you ask questions.
There are usually a series of interviews. First with recruiter then with a hiring manager and if they like you then you get to interview with more people in person.
Long and in depth.
Answered - Service Consultant - Dealership Account Analyst (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA