Marsh Insurance Assistant Interview Questions

Updated 27 Oct 2017

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Anonymous Employee in Sydney

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Application

I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Marsh (Sydney) in Oct 2017

Interview

Applied online via a job advertisement, Received an email a few days later asking me to complete an online video interview. A few days later, received a phone call to come in for a formal face to face interview, interview went well and received an offer a couple days later. Overall, length of process was approximately 2 weeks and was a very positive experience.

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  • Why Marsh?
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  • Why do you want to work in insurance?
  • Name a time you had to show attention to detail
  • Name a time you had to prioritise your work
  • Name a time you showed initiative or came up with a new process of completing a task
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Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at Marsh (Toronto, ON) in Jul 2017

Interview

Overall my Interview and Hire experience has been great. I applied for the position via the Marsh careers website. I was called within a week to schedule a phone interview with someone from HR. A few days after that interview, I was asked to come in from an in person interview the next week. I heard from the HR department very shortly after my interview with an offer.

Interview Questions
  • The HR rep asked me questions about my job history, and explained the job role to me, and we discussed the skills required to be successful at the position. The in person interview was very similar. The interviewer discussed the job role, and what could be expected, and I was able to voice the skills I thought were appropriate. The interviewer also discussed where our team fit in the bigger picture of the company. It was a very refreshing interview process. I didn't have to answer any "tell me a time when" questions, it was an honest discussion about the role I wanted to fill, and how that relationship would work.
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