The process took 6 weeks - interviewed at David J. Joseph in January 2012.
Interview Details – Initial contact was 30 minute phone interview with the recruiter. Next interview consisted of interview with person with whom I would directly report. The interview was approximately 1.5 hours and was relatively relaxed. They are big on cultural fit within the Company so I feel like the primary purpose was trying to determine this. This was followed up the following week by a meeting with both the head of the HR department and another person within the department in which I was interviewing. Another 2 hour interview. The following week I was asked to come in and meet with another Division Head for lunch. The following week I was asked to to tour one of their local facilities in the morning and then meet with the CEO. The following week I was asked to come in again and take a battery of tests- personality, Wunderlich, etc. I was told I performed very well on these and an offer was imminent. A couple of days later I was told that there was one other last minute candidate who was referred by an a company affiliate, and they felt they needed to interview him to cover their bases. Needless to say they met with him once and made an offer. Very frustrating experience in light of what they put they through, only to make a hire based on one interview. I will say they were very straight-forward and honest throughout the process. Basically, I think they are good people who are painfully slow and meticulous in their hiring process.
The process took a day - interviewed at David J. Joseph in December 2011.
Interview Details – On campus interview which consisted of going over the resume and then I was called in for an on site interview which consisted of a intelligence test, personality case questions, and interviews with several managers. It ends with a site tour so they can see if you are a good fit for the company.
Interview Question – Name a time when you had to deal with an issue at work, how did you resolve it ? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Better offer somewhere else
The process took 3 days - interviewed at David J. Joseph in July 2010.
Interview Details –
Started with a phone interview followed by a personality test, intelligence test and a background check. Passed all with flying colors. Skipped round 1 of interviews (usually at a local, regional office) and went straight to round 2 at Corporate HQ in Cincinnati. Company flew me down, rented a car and arranged for a hotel.
I full day of interviews with 6 different people, mostly non-HR people. Thought I had nailed the interview but was not extended an offer. Tough questions from last couple of interviewers - hard to get a feel for the process.
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at David J. Joseph in May 2010.
Interview Details – I have had multiple interviews with this company and all of them have consisted of meeting different officials from the company. The most recent took place at their headquarters in Cincinnati and i met with three different people. All the questions were basic and the interview mostly consisted of discussing my resume. The have made it clear that i will have to pass a psychological analysis and other various tests including backround checks and drug tests.
The process took 5 weeks - interviewed at David J. Joseph in July 2011.
Interview Details – Received a call for a 1st phone interview with a recuriter took 15mins, went in for a 1:1 interview took 2 hours thought it went very well, then I had a phone interview with HR Manager took about 25mins. they were great in communctions and keeping in touch.
Interview Question – What was your impression of our operations. Answer Question
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