They ask about your resume, tell you about the position and pay that’s not negotiable. They asked me “ how do you delete an app” “ how do you turn on WiFi” “ how do you remove an app from a folder” ” what was my favorite app and browser” He asked “what would be most difficult for you on the job and why did I want the job. “
What if you had technical issues and had to reschedule your interview? How do you get a another appointment?
The same basic interview questions as everyone else. Work history ? Good and bad jobs ? Why do you want to work here ? What are your long term goals ?
Answered - Production Technician (Former Employee) - Canton, MS
Customer service scenarios and how you would solve them, technical support scenarios and how you would solve them, resume history and how it translates to the position, why do you want to work from home, pay goes by your geographical area and they specify for your city/town what it is, the interviewer will ask you to pan/turn your computer so he/she can see the room that you would be working in, tells you what equipment will be sent to you and that you are only permitted to use it for work purposes and it MUST be connected to an ethernet cable (not wifi).
What is my strength, where do I see myself in 5 year, what. hours am I available
Troubleshooting/technical questions and scenerios, customer service scenarios, professional background and accomplishments.
What are your strengths?
Answered - Intake Coordinator (Former Employee) - Chattanooga, TN
What types of work are you seeking
What hours are you available
What are your skills and abilities
What type of work would you not be interested in
Describe your ideal work environment
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Glen Allen, VA
Where do you see yourself in 5 years
Answered - Temporary Employee (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN
Take me back and "tell me about a time" were many of the questions looking for on the spot answers.
Answered - Apple One Technical Support (Former Employee) - Liberty, KY