Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Cardinal Health
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- Operations Supervisor (4)
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- Operations Manager (3)
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- Finance Manager (3)
- Senior Financial Analyst (3)
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- Project Manager (2)
- Senior Analyst (2)
- Sales Representative (2)
- Analyst (2)
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- Program Manager (1)
- Product Implementation Manager (1)
- Product Marketing Manager (1)
- Business Support (1)
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- Senior Spec, Regulatory Management Field (1)
- Warehouse Operations Supervisor (1)
- Supervisor, Warehouse Operations (Nights) (1)
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Cardinal Health.
Board of interviewees about 2 hours each within division . General background asked strength and weakness and most challenging situation and how it was dealt with. Asked some questions pertaining to experience linked to job type and thoughts about future there from what I knew of the company and opportunities. Questions on process improvement approaches and how to engage that and examples from past and how to app rich it.overall straightforward process nothing odd.
- How do you think others perceive you. Answer Question
None to speak of
Other Interview Reviews for Cardinal Health
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Cardinal Health (Chicago, IL (US)).
Interview with multiple folks including the hiring manager and functional VP. Very fun process that started with several phone calls and using Cardinal's application process on line. I always struggle with salary field on the on line applications. There was a panel interview with several functional areas that interacted with the position. Office was fantastic and the security was quite impressive as well. Their was drug screen and background check preceeding the receipt of the formal acceptance letter.
- Describe a situation where you missed a deliverable objective? 1 Answer
typical with several counter offers
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Begins with a phone screen, next two different phone interviews followed by an in-person multi-person interview. Also background and drug screens are included. Process takes about two months. During the process a psychological yest is administered as a part of the hiring process.
- NO questions stand out as most difficult. Answer Question
No, there was no negotiation - just an offer.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Cardinal Health.
Pretty basic process. Screening now for females and periodically minorities. Don't count on this helping as this really only fulfills an EOE requirement. These guys are not the brightest bunch of people in HR and most of their hiring managers have very little experience in interview tactics and screening.
- Fairly typical questions, nothing out of the ordinary. Answer Question
Simple. Made counter, and they had to regroup. Benefits and compensation not really what I would call stellar.
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Cardinal Health (Dublin, OH (US)) in August 2009.
Sent resume through Taleo via Cardinal Health. Interviewed 4 separate times with various leaders.
- nothing difficult Answer Question
completely open but I took the opportunity
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