Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Digitas
- Analyst Strategy and Analysis (14)
- Analyst (13)
- Intern (10)
- Marketing Associate (4)
- Senior Analyst (3)
- Vice President/Director (3)
- Senior Analyst, Strategy & Analysis (3)
- Account Executive (3)
- Associate (3)
- Marketing Manager (2)
- Account Director (2)
- Senior Associate (2)
- Analyst Media Optimization and Technology (2)
- Associate, Marketing (2)
- Associate Creative Director (2)
- Associate Director - Strategy & Analysis (2)
- Analyst, Strategy & Analysis (2)
- Senior Associate, Marketing (2)
- Designer (2)
- Creative Director (2)
- Manager (2)
- Manager, Project Management (2)
- Art Director (2)
- Accountmanager (1)
- Programmer Director (1)
- Associate Account Planner (1)
- Manager, Delivery Management (1)
- Analyst-Strategy (1)
- Executive Assistant (1)
- Financial Analyst (1)
I applied online. The process took 6 days – interviewed at Digitas (New York, NY) in May 2009.
I got a call through the online application on career-builder(surprise!). Very quick process- phone interview followed by meeting with everyone possible on the team in next 2 days including one phone interview with potential manager- that is the way at Digitas. Once it was done, I had a final interview with the VP that was great. good discussion, same questions - i think to validate answers from all the individuals who interviewed. You can clearly see when they have an urgent requirement. They hire and fire both at same speed when work is done. So ensure you find out about the position and who all have worked before in the team on projects. You will get a clear sense/.
Not much...but still some room. Do your research as much as possible people at the same level will have variation of 5-7K easily.
Other Interview Reviews for Digitas
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week – interviewed at Digitas in July 2009.
Telephone interview followed by in office interview 1 week later. In office interview consisted of meeting with four different people one on one and one additional telephone interview with someone in remote office. Each of the four one on one interviews had a different format. One person did a general "What's your background" kind of interview. The next person asked a series of behavioral questions, the third and fourth person asked very specific business case questions. Everyone appeared laid back and easy going except for the final interviewer. He lacked basic professional courtesy.
- Tell me about a time when you had to step outside of your designated role to get something done for a client. Answer Question