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Customer Assistance Specialist Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 days – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Coppell, TX (US)) in July 2013.
Well I applied July 8th & got a call July 11th to have a phone interview & set up an in person interview for the follwing Monday, July 15th. Everyone was so nice & very friendly. I was asked normal interview behavioral questions & had to explain what kind of person I was. After my interview I some with the Asst Vice President who was also very friendly but really really intimidating. Got a call the nxt day with a offer. My start date isn't until August but there are a lot of steps you have to take before starting. Have drug testing, background & finger printing
- Describing yourself to the AVP Answer Question
Didn't need to, pay was awesome
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I applied online. The process took 4 days – interviewed at J.P. Morgan in July 2013.
After I applied online I received a phone call from a recruiter had a short interview and scheduled a one one meeting with a hiring manager.
Very friendly and professional. direct questions about communication skills and how to handle certain situations.
- All questions were direct and related to the positions. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Pending counter offer reply.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Tempe, AZ (US)) in December 2012.
2 interviews; first was a phone interview that lasted about 15min, it was a joke the person on the phone did not appear to have any interview experence and asked basic questions about previous employment.
second interview was a face-to-face with an AVP this was a behavioral and lets get to know one an other interview. Nothing difficult I would consider it a typical interview.
There was no negotiation it was a take it or leave it offer
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The process took 6+ months – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Tempe, AZ (US)) in August 2011.
I applied several times and was declined, I then contacted the recruiter and requested an interview and was scheduled for one, I then got the job. When I was hired they offered me 1 amount, then after they saw my performance and knowledge of the field, they gave me a salary increase.
Nothing. It was a take it or leave it type deal.