Director of customer experience Interview Questions
72Director Of Customer Experience interview questions shared by candidates
How would you prioritize what the R&D team should work on?2 Answers
Explained former ways of prioritizing (1->N, Rubric, bug prioritization, etc...) and said I had done it so many different ways I was open to adjust to what the R&D team needed. Was informed that was too complex. Less
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Tell me about your experience. Why are you looking to leave your current position?1 Answers
Actually looking to boomerang my way back in.
The first and only question was "do you have a valid driver's license and a clean driving record of three consecutive years?"1 Answers
I don't have a car or driver's licence. I lived in DC and had no use for either. I now live in Denver, and still have no use for either. No criminal record (feel free to check). Just a personal preference. I was then told that this is a driving position and that concluded the interview. I'm not entirely sure how a Director or Marketing and Customer Experience, a highly-strategic role (or at least it should be), is akin to being a Lyft driver or food delivery driver. Less
They asked about my background1 Answers
Truthfully, to the best of my abilities.
Do I know anything about Oracle and Fusion1 Answers
Very little. I have delt with Oracle DBAs but that is about it.
If you were in my position, what question should I ask you in order to see whether you are qualified for the job?1 Answers
This was the 4th interview by someone who had been with the company for a very long time and (from what I could tell) was sent in to determine how well I would "fit in". The question came after ten minutes of chatting. So my response was - I wouldn't need to. If what you are trying to figure out is if I would fit into the company culture, you should have already figured that out. Go with the gut. (maybe that was a bad response since I didn't get hired...) Less
What other positions do you aspire to at J & J1 Answers
They provided an exercise with data and asked how I would use it to make staffing decisions.1 Answers
I provided a deck and walked them through a presentation.