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No Offer – Interviewed in Detroit, MI Oct 2012 – Reviewed Nov 19, 2012
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Deloitte visited our campus. Selected my resume before coming to campus . Firts round of interview at campus has 2 rounds. two rounds are for 30 minutes each. asked behavioural questions in the two rounds .
Scheduled second round of interview at deloitte detroit office after 2 weeks. this had 3 rounds of interview each 30 minutes asked behavioral questions only.
Interview Question – All questions were easy. they will see if a employee can communicate with client and have a conversation with client. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY May 2012 – Reviewed Jul 10, 2012
Interview Details – i was interviewed for ERS position through a reference, it was pretty simple, a generic phone interview with hr where he asked about my work experience, goals, salary requirements etc. then in a week they called me for a 1:1 interview. i was excited with the speed things were going for me. i had a great interview,as the questions were based on my resume only. probably the best interview i have ever had! its been 1 MONTH now i haven't heard from anyone. i have been mailing continuously but no one replies. Its kinda frustrating because of the uncertainty. I never expected managers of such a big and reputed firm to act so irresponsible and rude! I have almost given up on this.
No Offer – Interviewed in Blacksburg, VA Feb 2012 – Reviewed Feb 15, 2012
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Went to a networking event that Deloitte was hosting on my campus, was encouraged to apply for the internship through my school's career services website. I was notified about a week later that I had been selected for the first round of interviews. They held a "Pre-Interview Reception" the night before our interview that allowed us to meet with the associates that would interviewing us. This also aloud us to see some of the people we were competing with because everyone had a name tag with the position they were applying for. This event is an excellent opportunity to really set your self apart from your competition. It would be a huge mistake for you to miss or underestimate this event, I would consider it to be another round of interviews, and very beneficial towards your comfort level in your official interview. The following day I had two half-hour interviews with separate ERS Managers, one from the federal practice and one from commercial. They had both graduated from my school, so it was easy to find common ground (i.e. we spoke about classes I was enrolled in and the different professors). Both interviews were very lade back, they started out by telling me about themselves. Next, they looked over my resume asked me a few questions about it and gave me an opportunity to highlight any of my experience that I wanted to. After reviewing my resume, I was asked a few general behavioral questions, none of them being too challenging, see below for exact questions. My recruiter told me they would be in touch in the next two weeks if I had made it to the next round of interviews. I sent follow up emails to both of the managers who interviewed me, as well as one other manager I spoke extensively with at the reception, I did not hear back from any of them but am not offended - these people are extremely busy. Three days after my interview, I received an email congratulating me for being invited to the 2nd round of interviews. I will be traveling to DC and touring there Rosslyn office, I have two more half-hour interviews scheduled along with a few other events. I look forward to this opportunity and I am optimistic about the opportunity of working for this great firm.
Overall, I could not have asked for anything more out of this recruiting experience. They really put in the extra effort to make you feel comfortable, which is why they are able to recruit the best talent. Everyone I have met with throughout this experience has been very friendly, and at no point did I ever feel intimidated by any of them. They all seemed like they genuinely wanted to help you out as much as possible, whether that be with Deloitte, or giving you general career advice.
No Offer – Interviewed in Arlington, VA Nov 2011 – Reviewed Jan 8, 2012
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Consisted of four 1 on 1 interviews which were done in two rounds. The first round was on campus and focused primarily on personality questions (describe a time). The first interviewer was really nice and laid back and seemed to really want to prepare you for the next interview. The second interview was more difficult for a couple reasons:
1. Interviewer had someone of an accent and spoke very fast. It was hard to understand the questions at times.
2. He seemed to rush through the questions and yawned all throughout as I answered his questions which I found to be rude. I'm pretty sure these were the last interviews of the day and he just wanted to leave.
3. You better know your stuff technically because he threw a lot of technical questions out there. Luckily I got most of them.
After the first round, I got an email asking me to come in for a second round which was on location. A group of us were all selected for this and we took turns being interviewed on a 1 on 1 basis. These interviews didn't seem to be as technical, but a little more in depth than before. I felt the first interview on location to be a little awkward since the person interviewing me told me they actually didn't really know what to ask me since they usually don't do them and I was asked a lot of yes/no questions which made it hard to elaborate. The second interviewer was very professional and was ready with questions, but laid back at the same time as well. Expect a callback within a week or so.
Interview Question – Describe a time you had to make a difficult decision and how you approached it Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Memphis, TN Apr 2011 – Reviewed Jun 8, 2011
Interview Details – I am an IT analyst with 6 years of experience while pursuing my MBA,I applied for the summer leadership program which is for undergraduates.However,I got a call for the interview and as told I am being considered for a full - time position.Most of the questions were based on my resume - career path I would like to take,volunteer activities.Overall,very easy interview.I was interviewed by 2 senior managers - one in Internal Audit and other in IT audit and also got to speak to a recent joiner from Ole Miss. who told me the work involved travel.
No Offer – Interviewed in San Francisco, CA Jan 2011 – Reviewed Feb 9, 2011
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I applied for the ERS Consultant summer internship through my career center on campus. The night before the interview was a Pre-social event where we got to talk with current employees who attended my school. The event was a very relax atmosphere, but remember the recruiters are judging you and going to ask for feedback on how well you asked questions and mingled.
The next day at the interview it broken up into two parts each 30 minutes long. The first interview was more just talking about random things and learning about the position and how the internship works out. The second interview was more traditional with behavioral questions. They both wanna see what you will say and if you can keep a conversation going since the internship you interact a lot with the clients.
No Offer – Interviewed in Costa Mesa, CA Oct 2010 – Reviewed Nov 22, 2010
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Had first round on campus interview. lots of behavioral questions.
Had second round in office interview. Began with deloitte presentation, then three 1:1 interviews, and then lunch with ERS Consultants. Only behavioral questions asked.
Interview Question – What do you know about auditing Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL Sep 2010 – Reviewed Oct 22, 2010
Interview Details – I was originally called by the HR person in Deloitte in August and was invited to a phone interview with an ERM Manager for the following week. The questions during the phone interview were mostly technical and related to accounting. Once I passed the phone interview process, I was asked to come in for an in person interview. The in person interview consisting of meeting the Partner, 2 Senior Manager and 1 Manager. Most of the questions were behavioral and consistented of how to manage employees and conflicting situations within the team. After the 1:1 interview, I followed up and received an automated response back with a rejection. The interview process is great, however, the aftermath was handled very unprofessionally for a Big Four firm.
No Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL Oct 2009 – Reviewed Sep 29, 2010
Interview Details – It was pretty informal and laid back. This was just the first interview. They asked many behavioral interview questions (i.e. "tell me about a time you faced adversity."). It was actually my first interview in college for a full time job so I was pretty nervous. But the interviewer really helped me through
Interview Question – Tell me about a time you faced adversity Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in San Francisco, CA Dec 2009 – Reviewed Feb 12, 2010
Interview Details – There were two interviews, one on campus and one at their offices. The on campus interview was nothing out of the ordinary but the one at their offices was a day long ordeal with multiple interviewers and a group case/presentation. The group case was pretty straightforward if you remembered all the things they told you about ERS.
Interview Question – What is ERS? Answer Question
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