Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at AlliedBarton
- Security Officer (83)
- Security Guard (9)
- Security Officer (Unarmed) (6)
- Unarmed Private Security Officer (5)
- Shift Supervisor (3)
- Security Supervisor (3)
- Security Director (3)
- Single Site Account Manager (3)
- Floater (Substitute) Security Guard (2)
- Account Manager (2)
- Site Supervisor (2)
- Officer (1)
- Management (1)
- Guard (1)
- Director of Security (1)
- Security (1)
- District Human Resources Manager (1)
- Concierge (1)
- Director Customer Service (1)
- Receptionist (1)
- Supervisor (1)
- Shared Services Specialist - Accounting Clerk (1)
- Sec Officer (1)
- Line Officer (1)
- Flex Security Officer (1)
- Utlility Security Officer (1)
- Hospital Security Officer (1)
- Human Resources Plus Business Development (1)
- Security Officer/SPO (1)
- Master Security Officer (1)
Shift Supervisor Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week – interviewed at AlliedBarton (Watertown, MA) in February 2012.
Hiring through a recruiter and account managers. Recruiter finds a locale and description of the sites, hours, and pay. Once paperwork finishes, interview with account manager is next. If successful, hiring, training, and uniform are next.
- Just asked basic questions about previous jobs. Nothing too difficult. Answer Question
There was no negotiating.
Other Interview Reviews for AlliedBarton
Shift Supervisor InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at AlliedBarton (Indianapolis, IN) in May 2011.
The hiring process was nothing new. She brought me into her office and informed me that she had 'plenty' of positions open within my requirements, including one that I could start right away. Three weeks later, I got a hurried phone call at 7:30 in the morning about a special project that needed filled and a request for me to fill it. When I got there that morning, half my training class was going to be working at the 'Start Right Away locale' I had been promised. She had completely forgotten about me working at that position. I went to the special project and worked for two weeks before being integrated into my normal site.
- She wanted to know what kind of days of the week I wanted to work. I told her, and she promised me that it was a reasonable request. The thing is, she has no authority over scheduling at ANY of the location. So, when I got to my site, they laughed at my assumption that I would get the requested hours and days. It would have been nice going in to know that, since I would have made a far more educated decision in regards to employment with Allied Barton. Answer Question
No. They called me in the early morning and I had less than 5 minutes to take it or leave it. I decided to take it because she sounded desperate.
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I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at AlliedBarton (Overland Park, KS) in April 2009.
I interviewd for an internal opening in the day shift supervisory position. I submitted a bid for the job and later interviewed with the site manager. I passed that process and was a finalist to interview with the regional director and the roving account manager.
A les qualified and outside candidate was selected to fill tjhe post.