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Deloitte Interview Questions & Reviews in Georgia

Updated Aug 19, 2014
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Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Difficult Interview

Senior Consultant Interview

Senior Consultant
Atlanta, GA

I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte.

Interview Details – Really tough, 6 interviewers. Went back and forth with different groups to determine which group is a good fit. Seemed unorganized and crazy. Wanted me to relocate then changed their mind at the last minute so this really helped me make my decision.

Negotiation Details – NA - Just glad to have a job


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Difficult Interview

ERS Senior Consultant Interview

ERS Senior Consultant
Atlanta, GA

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in June 2014.

Interview Details – Applied on-line and was contacted by a recruiter via a form email requesting time for an initial conversation. The initial conversation occurred less than 1 week after the form email was sent, less than 15 minutes long, and was a simple review of my experience and reasons for leaving my employers. Within 1 week, I received another email (this one from a different person in the recruiting group) confirming a technical interview with 2 Senior Managers. The technical interview included direct questions concerning the subject matter related to the role I applied for and my experience with the subject matter. The call lasted approximately 45 minutes. Approximately 1 week later, I received an email confirming the details of my trip for in-person office interviews. Within another week after confirming all of the details of my trip, I flew up to (all travel expenses paid) my in-person office interviews. I spent the night before in a local hotel and had my first interview at 9AM with a Director. The Director detailed the structure of the team and the processes associated with conducting the projects - the remainder of the time was spent answering behavioural questions; I also answered a question on my compensation, but that was the only time I was asked. The next interview was with a senior manager and was a mix of technical and behavioural questions. The third and final interview was with a manager and was highly technical. Each interview lasted approximately 30 minutes. I wrote a quick note of thanks to my recruiter and asked for the email addresses of those I interviewed with so that I may thank them as well and received a response indicating preliminary feedback was good. The next morning, I received an email from the recruiter asking that I call her back because they were ready to move forward with an offer. I immediately called my recruiter and accepted the offer, which was more than agreeable (approximately 22.2% more than my current salary and included a signing bonus). Hiring process was a series of emails requiring that I fill out the regular tax forms and email them accordingly, as well as schedule travel for my orientation session - I also had to supply recent paystubs. The entire process from the first email to the offer and acceptance was precisely 3 weeks. Start date was contingent upon orientation class schedule, which was every 2 weeks and had to allow for the background check to clear (the background check took 2 weeks).

Interview Question – Do you consider yourself a process and controls person, or a technical person?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – No negotiation was necessary, as the salary and signing bonus were more than agreeable.


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Accepted Offer

Neutral Experience

Average Interview

Manager Interview

Manager
Atlanta, GA

I applied through a recruiter - interviewed at Deloitte in June 2010.

Interview Details – Multi-stage interview. Was pretty painless. Most of the emphasis was on trying to decide what part of the organization I fit. As I recall, there were four interviews in all.

Negotiation Details – I had a salary expectation that I set forth based on my prior history. They came in slightly below what I requested. However, this was at the height of the recession and the offers locally were far below what Deloitte offered. I consider what they offered fair.


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No Offer

Negative Experience

Average Interview

Senior Consultant Interview

Senior Consultant
Atlanta, GA

I applied in-person and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2014.

Interview Details – I was contacted by a Deloitte Consulting recruiter through LinkedIn - I have 10+ years experience implementing government healthcare systems and 20+ years of solid IT project experience.

I had two calls with the Deloitte recruiter and both went very well. Then I had a technical interview with a senior manager who had lead the technical design work for a very large project they had bid on - the project they were recruiting for - in government healthcare. According to the recruiter, I did extremely well and he schedule the local office visit.

The day before the office interview visit, the recruiter called me and said he had forgotten to ask my current salary. I told him my current salary and there was a long silence. I asked if my current salary was inline with their compensation plan and he said it would not be an issue. The tone of the recruiter's voice was noticably different than it was at the beginning of the call.

The next day I went to the office and started with the case study. The interviewer was young and a bit nerdy but appeared to be very smart. The case study was not related to healthcare IT but according to the recruiter, I nailed it. He said that most people who fail, fail on the case study portion of the interview.

The other two interviews were rather strange. One guy was a partner. He was about my age but appeared to be at least 20 years older. He spent most of our scheduled 30 minutes telling me about the previous day when he arrived at the airport and found the tire on his new MB was flat. He was outraged that the dealer wanted to charge him $1,000 for a new rim - and how he couldn't possibly have bent a rim on his new expensive car. I asked him a lot of questions about why the firm wanted to get into the government healthcare IT space. He admitted that he had no healthcare experience and his response was basically - we've studied the market and that's where the money is.

The other guy, a senior manager, appeared to be recovering from a serious case of jet lag. He asked a few strange questions. He was reading them from his laptop and even he found them difficult to read out loud. They appeared to be a bunch of buzz words strung together in an attempt to form a hypothetical question. I obviously bombed this interview because the questions were so absurd.

I have a master degree from a top tier school and significant industry experience and I thought that two of the three interviews were a total waste of time. This was an opportunity for Deloitte to impress me and to sell me on coming to work for them. After all, they are trying to break into a mature industry that my current company has dominated for three decades. Instead, they appeared to have one bright young consultant and two burned out members of their 'leadership" team who are showing up just to fulfill their obligatory interview time on Friday after a week of being out of town.

I left the interview knowing that I would probably not receive an offer and if I did, I was probably not going to accept it. I was disappointed that I had wasted a day off, but there was one benefit from going through the interview experience. If Deloitte's arcane interview process does not change, and they are only interested in hiring androids, then the companies that dominate the healthcare IT industry do not need to worry about Deloitte winning any new business.


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Easy Interview

Business Valuation Associate Interview

Business Valuation Associate
Atlanta, GA

I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Deloitte in October 2013.

Interview Details – First round interview was over the phone with a manager at the group. Conversation revolved around my interest in valuation, industries that I followed etc. A behavioral round with emphasis on why I decided to enter the field and why I was interested in Deloitte in particular.

Final round at the office with 4 managers. A technical round with basic questions on valuation methods (how will you value a private company, what market multiple would you use to value a bank), financial statement analysis (how are patents recognized on the balance sheet, what ratio would give you an indication of the firm's ability to pay of it's interest expense etc.).

Interview Question – Challenges of valuing a physician practice?   View Answer


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Easy Interview

Audit Assistant Interview

Audit Assistant
Atlanta, GA

I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in August 2012.

Interview Details – Applied through school, received offer for LLC, then from that offer for internship, did a good job there and was offered a position full time. Interviews are all behavioral and really lad back.

Interview Question – "You lead this interview, ask me what you want to know? Ok, what else? what else? (For 30 minutes)   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – None - all 1st years are offered the same starting salary.


No Offer

Positive Experience

Very Difficult Interview

Senior Consultant Interview

Senior Consultant
Atlanta, GA

I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in September 2013.

Interview Details – An external recruiter performed the initial contact and pre-screening with me via telephone. She also provided interviewing tips verbally and in writing. Once I passed the pre-screening call, I spoke with a Deloitte recruiting professional. After the second call, I the external recruiter informed me that Deloitte wanted to schedule a set of in-person interviews with four consultants and managers.

Interview Question – The most difficult question was posed to me outside of an interview. A consultant asked me if I would be willing to work 7 days a week (4 days away from home in another city, 1 day in a Deloitte office and 2 days on the weekend).   View Answer


No Offer

Positive Experience

Difficult Interview

BTA Summer Scholar Interview Interview

BTA Summer Scholar Interview
Atlanta, GA

I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2014.

Interview Details – Round 1- 30 min behavioral/30 min case study on financial company who acquired multiple companies and needs to move to one reporting system

Round 2- 45 min with partner on data management


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Business Technology Analyst Summer Scholar Interview

Business Technology Analyst Summer Scholar
Atlanta, GA

I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in February 2014.

Interview Details – I networked with people from the office, attended Deloitte events, attended info sessions. The interview was two rounds. The first round consisted of a 30 minute behavioral interview followed by a 30 minute Technology case. The second round consisted of a 15 minute behavioral interview with a Partner followed by a 45 minute Technology case with a Senior Manager. Surprisingly, none of the cases had any numbers in them. I found these cases easier than typical S&O cases.

To prepare practice the two cases on the website, read about SDLC, CRM and ERP systems. Be structured in your thought process and take a couple of seconds to think things through.

Interview Question – Give me a situation when you dealt with ambiguity.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – I didn't try and negotiate since it was for an internship position


No Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Human Capital Analyst (Federal Practice) Interview

Human Capital Analyst (Federal Practice)
Georgia Institute of Technology Branch Post Office, GA

I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Deloitte in October 2013.

Interview Details – Went through campus recruiting process. Had first round interview on campus, but I was not extended a second round interview. The interview was broken up between a behavioral and case interview. Both were pretty standard. I did not have the necessary understanding of business terms and concepts which limited my ability to expand upon my answers.

Interview Question – Human Capital - Organizational Transformation Question   Answer Question

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