I applied through other source and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in March 2014.
Interview Details Emailed cover letter to manager and was asked to come in for an office interview. First interview was with a manager and a director. Second was a phone interview with principal. Both easy interviews, going through my resume and experience.
Interview Question – Walked through my resume, asked why real estate, talked about the company and the position. Was basically a very long conversation more than an interview. Weren't any tough questions. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in May 2010.
Interview Details Initial conversation with a manager in HR. Interviews for interns led by consultants for initial round and then senior management for office visit. Similar to a super day except not nearly as exhaustive.
Interview Question – No business case, not really a technical interview either. There is a fairly simple quiz to test basic math and thought process. Mostly fit above all else. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Ryan, LLC.
Interview Details I was contacted by HR after they received my application and referral. I had an initial interview a few weeks later with under management and staff. A few more weeks went by and I had another interview with upper management. It took a couple months overall. The phone conversations with HR were really magnetic and they worked around my current employment schedule. I had to take a sizeable pay cut to begin here.
Interview Question – Can you tell people they are wrong even if it's hard? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Over the phone, one call.
Interviewed at Ryan, LLC
Interview Details Great interview process. You interview with the team, manager and principal.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in October 2013.
Interview Details Submitted my resume at a career fair, which was then turned into HR. They called me and had a 30 minute phone interview and asked questions such as why I was interested in Ryan and why I was a good fit. They also left half of the interview for questions. At the end of the phone call they asked if I was interested in a group dinner and an office visit. I also had to take an online survey to see if I would fit into their culture. During the dinner, you meet up with current employees and other prospects. You split off into tables and eat. Then it is a night. Office visit was the following day and you tour the office, speak to employees, and sit through a presentation given by a principal. Then you have 3 interviews; one with a senior, principal, and manager. The interviews mainly consist of questions that you have for them. So prepare a lot of questions!
Interview Question – What is your biggest weakness?
When was a time you finished a task late and what did you do? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I did not attempt to negotiate with the internship position.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in February 2014.
Interview Details I applied online and heard back from a recruiter about two weeks later, we set up an interview date about three days later. I filled out some brief information before the interview date. I interviewed with the recruiter for about 30 minutes, then with the principal and director for another hour. The interview was very relaxed and nothing to unusual or difficult.
Interview Question – What are your goals and plans during your time consulting. There were a few questions about what I wanted to do as far as my career path and I find some of these questions to be difficult since you don't want to be too forward or aggressive during the interview process. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in March 2013.
Interview Details OCR. Asked about what classes I've taken. What did I know about real estate valuation and property taxes. Not too technical, mostly behavioral.
Interview Question – Tell me a time when:
Three strengths and weaknesses Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No intern salary negotiation.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Ryan, LLC.
Interview Details I applied via my university's job search site. Initial interview was on campus and was relatively easy. Mostly asked just fit and behavioral questions. Lasted about 30 minutes. At least a month later, I got a call from a recruiter asking if I would rather interview in Houston or Dallas. I chose Houston, and they flew me there. I had 3 interviews in their office that morning, 2 with Sales & Use Tax and one with property tax. They extended me an offer about a month later.
Interview Question – Why not Big 4? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Not much negotiating. Was able to negotiate start date, though.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in April 2013.
Interview Details I submitted my resume online through my university, and I was scheduled for an on campus interview session. The interview lasted around 30 minutes. I interviewed with 2 senior managers at the same time. Most of the questions were about me as a person, experiences, future goals, and getting to know me. The property tax division is very team oriented, so they focused quite a bit on getting to know me and assessing my potential fit with their team. The two people interviewing me (senior managers) had both come out of my university's real estate program and were familiar with its reputation for turning out high caliber technically proficient real estate analysts. That may be another reason the interview was light on technical questions. The interview was probably one of the most pleasant I have experienced. I was told they would make a decision withing the next couple weeks and let me know the results either way. I ended up getting a call back and the job offer the next day!
Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in 10 years? ( I later learned they like to hire out of the intern pool for long-term employee scenarios) Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The intern pay is pretty much set in place to my knowledge, but it is a very reasonable and competitive pay schedule in my opinion.
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