Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Lender Processing Services
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Lender Processing Services in November 2014.
I had cool test, was paper test and more about sql uml. hen had interview with 3 person.They were really nice and tried to feel you better. i would really recommend everyone to apply
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Interview process was intense. I felt it took too long, but I can understand that they are trying to meet their company goals to hire the right kind of people.
- Had to respond to a scenario of when being in management I had a difficult employee and how I handled it, I felt this is very difficult to explain without violating a person's immunity. Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at Lender Processing Services (Jacksonville, FL) in June 2010.
A recruiter submitted my resume and contacted the companies hiring recruiter. When the hiring recruiter told my recruiter that I was to have an interview with the hiring manager I was scheduled in. The hiring manager was calm, collected, and courteous. I felt the interview went well however I was never notified about receiving the position and I started working somewhere else the next week.
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The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Lender Processing Services (Solon, OH) in November 2009.
Had two telephone interviews, first with two supervisors, the second with the hiring manager. I was asked many tech questions and a few personality questions. Tech questions were a mixture of networking, operating systems, and hardware.
- If you could design a universal remote control, what would it do? Answer Question
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