I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at CBRE.
Interview Details – Set up for the interview through a recruiting agency conference. Second interview of the day out of five and found it to be the most enjoyable, interviewer did really well at setting the tone of the interview and asked the best questions that I think directly relate to the job.
Interview Question – Situation question involving how I would prioritize different issues related to the job arising at the same time. "If the president of the company were giving a speech in one room and complained that the room was too warm, at the same time one of the main cooling towers developed major issues, also while one of the toilets began flooding a bathroom on one of the floors. Where would you begin? How would you prioritize this situation?" Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I didn't really "decline" the recruiting agency that I was working with pushed other offers because they were ready to get me started asap and didn't seem interested in letting me follow up with CBRE.
Very Easy Interview
Interviewed at CBRE
Interview Details – Very friendly and easy interview. The interviewers said the internship will give me exposure to various aspects of commercial real estate. So, you have the flexibility to work on multiple aspects of a sale. The interviews were also very open to questions and suggestions. They are also willing to listen to new ideas and let you work on things you feel are important.
Interview Question – What are you expecting out of this internship? Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at CBRE in May 2012.
Interview Details – The first interview with the recruiter last about 30 minutes. She asked questions about my past experience dealing with vendors. Behavior based questions involving scenario and its outcome. That lead to a 1:1 phone interview with the hiring manager. I have a follow up person to person interview coming soon. so far, it has been 4 weeks since my application to this point.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at CBRE in April 2012.
Interview Details – Met with two different recruiters the first day. They explained what the intern would do and who they were looking for. Asked me questions about my education and passed work experience. Called back for a second interview for a group about a week later. Pretty informal interview.
Interview Question – Tell me about your work history Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Intern pay is usually set. No room to negotiate.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at CBRE in April 2010.
Interview Details – The interview with the hiring managers was very professional.The interview took about 30 mins to ask the questions about my educational background, my work experience, my skills and why I choose CB Richard Ellis. What do you want to be a consultant. Do you have any background would relate to your future work in t will you see your future in the coming 5 years?
The process took 2 days - interviewed at CBRE in February 2010.
Interview Details –
Phone interview was very easy, straight-forward, no surprises.
One-on-one interview that followed was very casual, relaxed. Overall pleasant interview experience. It turns out that I was way overqualified for the position.
Interview Question – what is your preferred method of communication? View Answer
Pros: Great company with high performance standards, clearly the dominant player in the U.S. for real estate brokerage and transactions services. Very broad service line offerings with great management expertise across the board. Highly professional… – Full Review
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