Questions and Answers about U.S. Cellular

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What is the interview process like?


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At the time it was a two step interview over the phone and then in person.

Answered - TECHNICAL SUPPORT SPECIALTY REP (Former Employee) - Waukesha, WI

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They interview you 1st with a webcam interview. Had I known this in the first place I would not have have even wasted my time applying. To me in order to get to know someone you need to interview them In person face to face. Sorry.


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6 years ago it was a lengthy process because you have to go thru a recruiter. Now that process is even more difficult. You now have to a interview via web camera, along with a phone interview and assessment test, and an actual face to face interview with the managers. If offered the position, you are required to do a drug test and background check.

Answered - Retail Wireless Consultant (Current Employee) - Cookeville, TN

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Phone interview then in person interview.

Answered - Customer Service (Current Employee) - Marion, IA

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Multiple calls and offer letters

Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Cedar Rapids, IA

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The interview process is laborious.

Answered - Retail wireless consultant (Current Employee) - Spencer, IA

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My interview was very sloppy. In fact, I had no initial interview upon hiring. I simply received an "acceptance" letter to let me know when training started.

Answered - Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) - Cedar Rapids, IA

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2 interviews

Answered - Retail Consultant (Former Employee) - Indiana

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