Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at AlliedBarton
- Security Officer (108)
- Security Officer (Unarmed) (20)
- Security Guard (17)
- Unarmed Private Security Officer (8)
- Shift Supervisor (5)
- Single Site Account Manager (4)
- Account Manager (3)
- Site Supervisor (3)
- Security Supervisor (3)
- Security Director (3)
- Floater (Substitute) Security Guard (2)
- Hospital Security Officer (2)
- Flex Officer (2)
- Patrol Supervisor (1)
- Line Officer (1)
- Flex Security Officer (1)
- Utlility Security Officer (1)
- Security Officer - Site Supervisor (1)
- Security Officer/Receptionist (1)
- Human Resources Plus Business Development (1)
- Security Officer/SPO (1)
- Non-Commissioned Security Officer (1)
- Master Security Officer (1)
- Client Value Manager (1)
- Assistant Security Director (1)
- Hahaha Wow (1)
- Flex Security Guard (1)
- Applied for A Security Guard Position (1)
- Harris Teeter Dist Security (1)
- Security Officer/Allied Barton (1)
Account Manager Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at AlliedBarton (Bridgeport, CT) in June 2014.
Met with NAPM, spoke of my experience and what was expected of the AM. Very informal interview. Contacted within a day of interview with job offer. Had a small amount of negotiations to do, but an overall painless transaction.
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Other Interview Reviews for AlliedBarton
Account Manager InterviewNo Offer
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at AlliedBarton.
Two interviews. One with the National Accounts Manager and District Manager, and one with the Client. Fast process. My two interviews were 1 hour each and were very good. The AlliedBarton management really takes interest in listening.
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Account Manager InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at AlliedBarton (Orange, CA) in September 2009.
Process begain with online application followed by phone interview with hiring manager. After success at that step, there was a 1 on 1 personal interview with hiring manager. Next was an online personality profile test and online job application. Finally, there was a group interview with human resources staff and operations managers in three different groups. I felt this was a very professional process. All of my questions about the company were answered. I felt that the process was well-organized and structured. Even though the total length of the process took time, in my opinion it was handled well and seemed very fair.
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