Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Eaton Vance.
I met with a recruiter in an on campus interview. The interview was pretty informal and casual. The questions were mostly behavioral and conversational about my resume and background. The recruiter said I would be a great fit, but the company hires on a need basis and they wouldn't know if they had an opening for a couple of months. The recruiter said to check back with him in a couple of months to see if they had an opening for me. Seemed like a backwards way to interview.
- The questions were strictly about my resume. Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Eaton Vance (Boston, MA) in August 2013.
Multiple interviews (one on one and group) with managers of the operations department and the sales department. Typical walk-through resume questions with not much unexpected. Basic knowledge of financial services needed to back up personal goals questions.
- Tell me about a time you provided excellent customer service and diffused a situaion? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Eaton Vance (Boston, MA) in March 2010.
In the first Interview, I met with a Human Resource Rep who had schedule the interview. We got to know each other and she asked me basic question (how I heard about the job and question about my resume). She also gave me an over view of the job and what I should expect from the company. This took about 30 minutes. I then went into the second part of the interview with two department supervisors. One described the requirements for the job and the expectations - This position requires that you deal with shareholders and brokers over the phone. You answer on average 40 to 60 phone calls a day (help customers with questions like account balances and other account info). They do info you that the job can be hectic sometimes and it gets busy towards the end of tax season. You will have to be a patient person to work in this position. The other supervisor asked questions about my qualifications, my resume. Question like- what makes you the best fit for this position, tell us about yourself, how do you deal with stress and give an example of a time you were in a stressful situation and what you did, your 5 year plan, what qualities do you expect from a supervisor. This part took about an hour. I also met with another supervisor who asked similar questions. I was called in two weeks later for the second interview which basically consisted of the same questions. The people interviewing are very good and makes you feel very comfortable. The work place is very beautiful and very clean. You need to be very prepared because that gives you the confidence you need for the interview. After every interview, make sure to send a thank you email and a hand written thank you note.
There was really no negotiation involved