Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at First Tennessee Bank
- Financial Services Representative (3)
- Credit Analyst (1)
- Call Center Agent (1)
- Customer Service Representative (1)
- Financial Service Representative/Teller (1)
- Internal Audit - Contract (1)
- Commercial Relationship Manager (1)
- Analyst (1)
- Senior Vice President (1)
- Banking (1)
- Teller (1)
- Teller I (1)
- Sales (1)
- Financial Service Representative (1)
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I interviewed with the branch manager and operations manager. Both were very nice. Basically just talked about family and the change over to FTB. Talked about my pay, the interview seemed to be misleading.. They acted like I had the job, and then no offer. ;(
- No OfferNo Offer
I applied online – interviewed at First Tennessee Bank.
After Intervie.w no return responses to email of calls about status
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at First Tennessee Bank (Memphis, TN) in February 2012.
Asked me about my qualifications RE: resume. Very interested in my computer/accounting experience and my audit background.
- The extensive questions about computer/accounting/Excel experience. Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at First Tennessee Bank (Madison, TN) in June 2011.
I applied on-line with the First Tennessee Bank website. I have 2 years of Lead Teller and In-Store Banker experience, so I felt I was qualified for the position which said it required zero years of experience. Was called by a HR representative who was extremely nice. She asked a few questions and wanted to schedule a more in-depth phone interview. I told her that would be great, and she asked if Saturday morning would be okay. I said yes, and was assuming by her scheduling this for a Saturday morning that they were eager to fill the position. The phone interview went well, and she told me that she wanted to schedule an in-person interview the following week with the branch manager. I was also told that I would need t take an on-line assessment. I took the assessment the following Monday morning, and then went for the interview that afternoon.
I arrived about 10 minutes early for the interview and was introduced to the branch manager by a teller at the branch. We went into her office and basically for thirty minutes she was swinging her keys, drinking a sweet tea from McDonalds, and fidgeting in her chair while she was telling me about the company. She proceeded to tell me about how the previous person in this position had been terminated for not making sales goals, and how the person before that had just not been a good fit because he was a "trust fund baby" who thought the world revolved around him. I told her about my background in banking and retail and that I was interested in the position because I work at an in-store branch for another bank and would like to have a normal schedule where I don't work from 8:30 a.m. until 7:15 p.m. most days. My branch is also open on Saturday, Sunday, and most bank holidays, and I told her that I would like to spend more time with my family and I felt that this position would give me the opportunity to do something that I enjoy, but also have a schedule that would allow me to have a life outside of work. She asked me no questions about my experience, education, sales ability, or teller skills. She then introduced me to the branch staff. Most seemed to be very "blah" and didn't want to be there. She asked me if I had any questions, and then told me that she wanted me to interview with her boss who was out on vacation, so she would be in touch with me in a week.
I heard nothing for two weeks, and finally called the recruiter back and asked what the status was on the position. She said that they were moving forward with other candidates. I have checked the website for the past two weeks, and the position is still posted. I don't understand why they are having such a problem filling this position. All in all, this was not a good experience, and I would not recommend anyone waste their time with this company.
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at First Tennessee Bank (Knoxville, TN) in November 2010.
I applied for the position on the website, and I received an email directing me to the skills and personality test online about 2 days later. After completing those, I was contacted shortly afterwords to interview with someone in the HR department. It lasted about 30 minutes, and it could have gone better although it was still good overall. I never heard back though.
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