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Data Analyst Interview

Data Analyst

I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Burtch Works.

Interview Details – I applied online and the process took 4+ days. Interview questions were mostly based on my experience, skills and statistical software I am familiar with. There were several behavioral questions that were not difficult. I thought the interview went well, and I was told that there was a potential opportunity where my skills/experience seemed to fit, but I never heard back from them again.

Interview Question – Why are you interested in this position?   Answer Question

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Recruiting Associate/Marketing Interview

Recruiting Associate/Marketing
Evanston, IL

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Burtch Works in January 2012.

Interview Details – I submitted my application via LinkedIn and received an email that they would like to schedule a phone interview. It was relatively easy to schedule a phone interview and find an available time slot. The phone interview asked the standard questions that were to be expected. I was asked to come for an onsite interview. I drove to Evanston, IL (a few hours away) and participated in an onsite interview with the same person I had done the phone interview with, another recruiter, and the managing director. The first two went well, I was asked similar questions by both.

My experience with the managing director was unpleasant. I was given the distinct impression that she did not like me right off the bat--for no concrete reason. She asked unnecessary questions about my personal life. I am assuming she wanted to gauge my personality, but was asking ineffective questions. She seemed hurried and too busy to be bothered with the interview. She was direct and told me I was tentative, and while I can appreciate constructive criticism, it was in the way that she said it that was rude. She ended an otherwise pleasant interview on with negative feelings. I thought it was very pretentious of her to tell me at the end of the interview that I should feel free to contact her and she would be happy to put me in contact with people that she knew at staffing agencies. She even went so far as to say that she found one of her Recruiter's through a staffing agency, one of the same recruiters who had interviewed me, who I had in fact asked about her career path and it did not include ever using a staffing agency.

I can understand that not every interview leads to a job offer and understand that, but this was one of those experience that 'stick with you.' I am sure I will remember this throughout my professional career and have considered it a lesson learned in that I hope to not to ever treat people in such a way.

Interview Questions

  • What will you do if you do not get this job?   Answer Question
  • Sometimes in this position you will have to be very persistent, do you think you would be able to do that?   Answer Question

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Research Associate Interview

Research Associate

Interviewed at Burtch Works

Interview Details – The interviewer seem not very interested in the interviewing process. The whole time she did not sound very excited at any of my response. She had only one follow-up question through out the interview. At the end she did not even ask me if I had any questions.

Interview Question – what do you think about Chicago   Answer Question

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