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Financial Development Program-3 Year Rotational Interview

Financial Development Program-3 Year Rotational
Omaha, NE

I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at ConAgra Foods in October 2009.

Interview Details – The interview process was very positive and enjoyable. The University website criteria for candidate selection did not allow me to apply for this position. However, after contacting the recruiter directly, I was asked to come and see her during a career fair later on in the week. After sending her my resume and coverletter, and talking to her in person, the recruiter put me on the interview schedule. On the interview day, another candidate and I who were waiting in the waiting room were taken together to a room where two recruiters sat. This initial contact was designed for us to ask as many questions as possible and clarify all the details of the position before the next interviews. The next step involved two back to back 30 minute interviews. The first was with a recently hired employee. This one had a few behavioral based questions, but the interviewer seemed pretty happy to be there, so it was no problem responding with enthusiasm. The second interview was with a hiring manager, and involved only one or two very open ended questions where I was asked to talk about my experiences overall. I found all of the people involved to be very friendly, courteous, and down to earth, and generally people that I could work with. I suppose my inability to progress beyond this stage was a lack of experience for a rigerous three year long employment committment, as I am sure many MBA candidates were also in the running.

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