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Diebold Nixdorf
Physical Security Technician was asked...21 November 2014

If you were trapped in the bottom of a blender, how would you get out?

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Since I carry a blade with me at all times I would jam my blade into the motor. While it's binding I use my legs and arms to walk up the cylinder to get out. Less

What model is it? If it was a Kitchenaid, I would wait 180 hours until the motor burnt out them climb out. Less

EPS Security

Tell me about yourself.

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Told them background, skills, likes, and dislikes.


Nothing so tricky. They just want to know about you and your working exp.

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as above


The interview process started on june 23rd 2014. They called me as they had shortlisted my CV for this specific position. The first round was a written technical + aptitude round with 23 other guys. Then they shortlisted 19 of them to 2nd round. After the 2nd round they shortlisted some more. And the 2nd round it was a face to face technical interview questions about networking & little bit linux. Then my 3rd round was a panel interview with 2 guys who were really nice & threw some scripting & linux test of me. It was a nice round with them. They talked nicely & were really friendly & took some real test of me. After finishing that round I saw no one was left for interview process. I became happy but then they informed me that I will have further interviews & they will inform me. They informed me that I will have interviews with Director, VP, of security response team. After this they took 5 more rounds of interviews with the senior most person of Symantec. 3 rounds were technical & the other rounds were full HR based questions. After clearing all those rounds successfully The final round was with the VP of security response team. He took my interview. A nice guy but got rejected due to my technical skills which I had cleared earlier. MADE NO SENSE AT ALL. They finally gave me the final result after 1 month of final interviews. They took so long to gave you a NO. That doesn't make any sense at all. My final interview also went very well. but don't know why I got rejected. A piece of advice, they should rethink their interview process. They should at least focus on one person's time. They should respect a person's level of patience. They should at least have the curtsey to respond to a person if he is not selected. I followed them up like 100 times to get a NO answer. really disgusting & really no standard as of the company stands for. Really NO STABILITY. I am not posting any questions as I believe one should face the challenge on their own & not take help. i remember each questions & answer but I don't want to disclose them. REALLY VERY VERY BAD FEEDBACK FROM MY SIDE TO THIS COMPANY

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IF i could give 100 mark down I would have given them straight away


If I had experience working with circuit boards.

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Do I know how to wallfish

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I told them yes from a previous job experience.

Diebold Nixdorf

what systems did I work on.

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honeywell. iti.2gig .little bosch,silent knight, fire lite

Mastech Digital

how would you handle a customer if she answer the door in bra and panties and told you too come in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What would you do if you where with another tech and there was a 100$ on the table and the other tech stole it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi there. It seems you may have confused us with MasTec, a DIRECTV installation and service company. Best of luck! Less

General Motors (GM)

Describe individual projects you've worked on

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I described projects and results

Select Security

What was my work history

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Work 3 or 4 years of security technician

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