I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Deloitte.
Interview Details –
What the interview process looks like? How many steps?
• I am fairly certain that it is similar across the board, not sure if you Canadians do things differently though ;). Phone screen is completed, behavioral based questions, tell me about yourself, etc.
• If campus interviews are completed, I’m sure it will be 2 interviewers (they may tag team) asking behavioral and technical questions as well as a case study
• The in-office interview process consists of a behavioral interview and an intense case study interview. I’m sure you will nail the case from your extensive case comp. experience; however, I HIGHLY recommend you buy/rent this book and read it and do the case practice-- “Case in Point” by Cosentino
• After the in-office interview they may have other steps (additional interviewers—be prepared for 3-4 case interviews, etc) or may extend an offer on the spot or via telephone
Who interviewed you?
• My phone screen was by a recruiter
• My on campus was a 2 part interview, one was a manager and the other the Senior Manager of my practice
• My on-site (in-office) was two Senior Managers and a Partner
• I was extended an offer two weeks later via telephone
Interview Question – Tell me what your worst enemy would say about you? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Deloitte in September 2013.
Interview Details – Campus Recruiting - 2 rounds: Behavioral Interviews and Case Interviews
Interview Question – Why should we hire you Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in August 2013.
Interview Details –
(Contacted me within days of applying online and employee referral)
Round 1 HR (phone)
1) Can you walk me through your resume?
2)Why do you want to leave your current position and join Deloitte?
3) No Relocation or Travel Expenses. Is that a deal breaker?
4) Current Salary?
5)Is relocating ok?
6) What is your strongest technical skill?
Round 2 Technical : (phone) Manager
1)Tell me about your current role.
2) How did you gather requirements?
3)What types of testing have you done?
4) What is the difference between Integration and System testing ?
5)Any questions for me? ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS (esp about the interviewers experience with the organization)
Round 3 (in person)
1) Cultural Fit
Talked about my university, it's location etc. very casual small talk.
2) Technical Round
Talked about some of the details methodologies and tools behind what I claimed to have done on my resume. For example: So how did you collect requirements? What tools did you use? Did you do this? How did you brainstorm? What did you use to document it? It will be centered around what's on your resume. Interviewer was tying a lot of what I was saying with his own experiences.
3) Case Interview
Mine was on Testing concepts and methodologies. Company implemented this new software. How should they test? What factors should they consider? They want to ad a new functionality. What needs to be done? (i.e- requirements need to be revisited etc, effort and estimation needs to be revisited. Scope needs to be reviewed and determine whether this is appropriate etc.
Interview Question – There was none. If there was ever something I wasn't too familiar with. I would say so and talk about what I think is most similar to that in my experience. Interviewers are really friendly and aren't trying to grill you if you don't know something. They take an informer role if you don't know something. View Answer
Reason for Declining – I got an offer from an organization whose industry interested me more.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in August 2013.
Interview Details – Telephone interview, in person interview with three people, negotiations on the telephone, offer letter
Negotiation Details – I rejected the initial offer. They came back with more money. They were not very flexible on start date.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Deloitte.
Interview Details – Full day interview. Beginning half was a short case study and behavioral interview. At that point you are either dismissed or invited to the second half of the day. During the latter half, there is one long case study.
Interview Question – None were difficult of unexpected. For case studies, be fully present and realize that your interviewer will give you hints on whether your on or off track. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in June 2013.
Interview Details – I was hired to Deloitte by a referral, and the process was facilitated very well by the recruiting team. A portion of the process was streamlined through the use of online tools, which was impressive to me. After two phone interviews and an office interview, the offer came in a matter of days.
Interview Question – I do not recall any questions that were either difficult or unexpected. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation occurred.
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Deloitte.
Interview Details – two on campus interviews and one final round interview. on campus interviews are done by alumni with pre-night social event and the final round is with a partner. basic behavior interview questions.
Interview Question – tell me a unsuccessful experience and what you learned from it View Answer
Interviewed at Deloitte
Interview Details – Phone call with HR. In person with 3 people 4 days later. 1 PPD, 2 Managers, 1 case study.
Negotiation Details – Gave numbers before I was given a number. Once HR gives you a number, a PPD has signed off on it and negotiation is over.
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Deloitte in April 2013.
Interview Details – The process is very detailed and specific. It will hire only when there is an opening for a profile. Basics should be very clear. Having a good sense of humour is important. They look out for fun loving employees more. Try to be more creative in answering and take examples while describing a scenario.
Interview Question – What tree would you be like to be?? Answer Question
- don't have to worry (too much) about fluctuations in the market given the size of the firm
- training and opportunities to get involved with things outside of client work
- people are mostly intelligent and care about their jobs/work performance… – Full Review
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