Interviewed at Edward Jones
Interview Details – took about three months
Interview Question – typical behavior based questions. recruiters don't know anything about the position they are hiring for so questions are all 'tell me about a time' Answer Question
Negotiation Details – none. is what it is. if you dont like it they don't care if you decline because there are plenty more where you came from
I applied through other source and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Edward Jones in August 2012.
Interview Details – Current Contractor for the Firm in Saint Louis. Worked here for also 8 months contracting made some good contacts within my dept. Applied for the position online, got a call to setup a phone interview, had to call the recruiter back. Interview was for 30mins, tell me a time you did this, how you approached that. After that the next week I was extended a face to face interview with the dept leaders. Same situational questions as the phone interview. They were all really nice and I dont even think I interviewed well cause I was feeling a little sick at the time. Said I would get a call back next week. They called my boss that week and asked questions about my work ethic and attendance ect.. Got a call that next monday and was extended and offer and I accepted. They are starting me in a few weeks after the Background check and Drug Test that I just completed last night. Only a little concerned about my credit check if they do one because I was out of work after being laid off for awhile and bills didnt get paid. I also have a medical collection bill on my credit report I keep forgeting to take care of. I hope this wont hurt my chances of starting on time.
Interview Question – Name a time that you had a project witha group that was failing how you turned it around and what was the outcome? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I didnt negotiate because I have been contracting for 8 months. Any full-time job at the moment is better than none.
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