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Senior Associate Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Winston-Salem, NC
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Winston-Salem, NC
Application Details

I applied online. The process took 7 weeks - interviewed at BB&T in June 2012.

Interview Details

Interviewed over phone by BB&T employment consultant from Asheville regarding position in specialized field where I was very well-qualified with directly relevant experience. She was 'bubbly' and tone was positive throughout interview. It was emphasized BB&T culture is risk averse, conservative and they they look for those who are a perfect "fit" for the BB&T culture - almost to the extent of being snobby about BB&T. Interviewer had been with them for 5+/- years and gave the impression they want folks who plan to retire from the position they are applying for. Interview went reasonably well and I was told I would receive a call for a follow-up interview after a week when she returned from vacation. Sent a thank-you letter to the interviewer afterwards, but never received a call, an e-mail, a letter, or any response which seemed impersonal and unprofessional. Over a month passed before receiving a canned e-mail via the automated system of their fortune to have such a highly qualified pool and so on.

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  • Most questions were the typical questions: Tell me about your past experience, why did you leave, why do you want to work here, what makes you a good fit for their culture, tell me about your toughest challenge, etc.   Answer Question
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