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Wells Fargo Part Time Teller Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jul 22, 2014
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Teller Interview

Teller
Colorado Springs, CO

I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Wells Fargo in May 2014.

Interview Details – I was contacted by email to set up a phone interview. The next week a phone interview was conducted. The interviewer first described what responsibilities I would have and then proceeded to ask me a series of questions to see if I was a good fit for the job.

Interview Question – What can you do for us?   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

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Teller Interview

Teller

Interviewed at Wells Fargo

Interview Details – Website was fairly easy to navigate. At the end of the application process, you set up a preliminary group interview that will result in a secondary interview with any branch you are willing to work at.

Interview Question – Typical questions overall. Most difficult would be questions relating to banking history.   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Easy Interview

Teller Interview

Teller
Huntsville, AL

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Wells Fargo in August 2012.

Interview Details – Very quick one week to be exact! I went for an interview on Wednesday and got the job offer on Friday and was in to do my background check by that Tuesday! So the process is very quick!

Negotiation Details – Negotiation was an option


Declined Offer

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Teller Interview

Teller

Interviewed at Wells Fargo

Interview Details – Fairly simple.

Applied online. Passed the assesment test and was then prompted to self-schedule an interview.
The interview was at a corporate Wells Fargo building and it was a group interview.

Interview Question – Basic questions.
Greatest professional goal.
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Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Teller Interview

Teller
Beaufort, SC

I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Wells Fargo in May 2014.

Interview Details – Filled out application online, less then an hour later had a online screening sent to email (took about 10 min), the next morning got an email to set up phone interview for 2 days later, I actually missed the phone interview because i got held up at work, i called the lady back 20 min late and she still let me do the interview, she set me up for an interview with a branch manager for 3 weeks later. when i showed up it was actually with the district manager, pretty much just situation based questions said i would know by the end of the week. two days later was offered a job. had to get a background check including electronic finger printing. said it would take 2 weeks to get that back, came back 3 days later.

Interview Question – what would you do to get more solutions if your not reaching the goal set for you?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – none


Declined Offer

Negative Experience

Average Interview

Teller Interview

Teller
Minneapolis, MN

I applied online - interviewed at Wells Fargo in April 2010.

Interview Details – Long, demeaning,They made each person in room feel like it was a cattle call. Not being very personable. Making you try to be some thing you are not. Then once hired, got worse,excepting too much sales not the best customer service. I felt as though money was being transferred in odd ways and I questioned management. Results were achieved and I will not work there again, even when asked to come back. Their practices are not fair.

Interview Question – agreeing with process   Answer Question

Reason for Declining – money practices odd.


No Offer

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Average Interview

Teller Interview

Teller
Wheat Ridge, CO

I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Wells Fargo in May 2014.

Interview Details – The first step was applying through WF's Taleo site, where you create a profile and upload your resume. I immediately got an email with a link to a screening test which had about 15 to 20 simple questions. As long as you have some customer service experience and some sales experience, it is really easy to figure out. At the end, there was a group interview time and location set for me, which was about a 40 minute drive from me.
When I arrived at the interview, the recruiter tried to get us to relax by chatting about music and movies with those of us who got there early. I was really friendly and chatty to her, which I think helped out my case a lot. It's important to listen to the instructions and the questions the recruiter asks. She had us fill out our availability and branches we would like to work at, and also took our resumes. The recruiter told us about the job, had us watch a cheesy 90's style recruiting video, and asked the group questions. We introduced ourselves, talked about our customer service experience, and our sales goals experience. Finally, the recruiter gave us final steps and answered our questions.
A few days later, one of the branches I listed as a "preferred location" called me to schedule an interview with the branch manager and one of the Personal Banker II's. Their questions were also based on sales and customer service, and involved some role-play. I had to give an example from a previous job of a sales encounter, and was thrown into another role-play as if I was a teller and the interviewer was a customer. Overall, it was as I expected and not overly difficult. I am waiting to hear back this week, but I feel confident.

Interview Question – Role-play: You are a teller, and I am a customer who comes in to cash my paycheck every two weeks. I don't have an account with Wells Fargo, and my company does not offer direct deposit. What do you do?   Answer Question


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No Offer

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Part Time Teller Interview

Part Time Teller

I applied online - interviewed at Wells Fargo in April 2014.

Interview Details – I completed an application & an online assessment, shortly afterwards I set up a time for a group interview. We were all asked 3 questions, 1) our work history, 2) give an example of when you went above and beyond for a customer, & 3) how did you contribute to a sales goal. Afterwards, we were able to ask questions. She said we would get an email if we did not get the position, I didn't get an email, but I also didn't get a phone call for a second interview until about a month later! Now I have the 2nd interview with a branch & service manager this week.

Interview Question – How did you contribute to a sales goal. (I've never really worked in sales.)   Answer Question


No Offer

Neutral Experience

Teller Interview

Teller

Interviewed at Wells Fargo

Interview Details – fast interview process. able to pick your own time. all interviews done at a central location. group interview with basic questions.a week after the interview, no response. impossible to contact interviewer. I dont think anyone got hired out of my interview group.


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Very Easy Interview

Teller Interview

Teller
Houston, TX

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Wells Fargo in July 2013.

Interview Details – Applied online with their website. Got an automated group interview after questionnaire. Selected interview date and time. Group interview conducted, We were 9 applicants. Got a phone interview within 3 days. Got phone call to accept offer the next day.

Interview Question – Sell an plain blue ink pen within 10 seconds.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No room for negotiations.

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