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The process took 2 days – interviewed at J.P. Morgan (Chicago, IL) in January 2010.
*Phone conversation with the hiring manager -- several (3 to be exact).
*Formal in-person interview with the manager which included interviewing with 2 other key people on the team,
*Phone interview with HR from the New York office.
*Offer delivered via phone from the HR Representative in the New York office whom pressed for an acceptance then and there.
- It seems you are over-qualified for the position. Why are you interested in this particular role? 1 Answer
*I successfully negotiated my salary and vacation time.
*Needed to commit to a very quick start date.
*When considering an offer, keep on the forefront of your mind that: 1) money never sleeps, 2) you are managing others trust via their most treasured asset...their money and 3) their family's futures or their family's legacy related to their money which will require you invest in developing an authentic relationship with the client -- this will require your flexibility and adaptability to service the client and the relationship based on their need.
*You will be able to balance work and home life; however, meeting the clients needs are priority.