Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Dovenmuehle Mortgage
- Foreclosure Specialist (2)
- Client Analyst (2)
- Research Staff Writer (2)
- Foreclosure Representative (1)
- Private Label Analyst (1)
- Staff Accountant (1)
- REO SPECIALIST (1)
- Bankruptcy Specialist (1)
- Supervisor (1)
- Mortgage Default Group (1)
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at Dovenmuehle Mortgage (Lake Zurich, IL) in March 2013.
I attended the job fair which consisted of submitting a packet full of papers that included the application and background check sign offs. Plus, you had to turn in your resume. I sat down with an HR Recruiter, and she suggested I apply for the Research Staff Writer position. I have no background in the mortgage company. However, I have had plenty of customer service experience, and based on what the job entailed, it was basically responding to the customer via email or letters. I interviewed with who I believed was the manager for the department, however I later found was to be an administrative assistant. Plus, I wasn't impressed with her process as she asked me questions while chewing her gum. I answered questions about my background in sales mostly, and she had some behavioral type questions. She proceeded to supply me with two sheets that had scenarios. I had to write a response letter to these scenarios. It took me 15 minutes to complete. I turned them into her, and our interview was complete. Two weeks passed, and I received a letter that expressed that I did not qualify for the position.
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I applied in-person. The process took a day – interviewed at Dovenmuehle Mortgage (Lake Zurich, IL) in July 2012.
I attended a job fair for Dovenmuehle in Lake Zurich. They first had everyone fill out a typical application. Then people were screened by an HR employee to figure out what positions were open and the best fit for the applicant. Then I was given a one-on-one interview with the head of the research department.
- They were fairly typical/cliche interview questions without any real surprises. My interviewer asked about my motivations and 5 words to describe myself among other questions. There weren't any technical or hypothetical questions Answer Question