I applied in-person and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Fidelity Investments.
Interview Details – This was a very simple and well laid out process. They ask you very generic questions and base your answers not towards whether you would be a good investor but rather if you fir into Fidelity's culture.
Interview Question – The questions were fairly standard Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Fidelity Investments in October 2011.
Interview Details – I was called on a Saturday morning by one of the hiring managers stating she had obtained my resume from my college's career site and that she was interested in bringing me in for an interview. She told me the days and times they had available and I selected my best fit. The day of my interview I went to the office where they had a brunch set up for all of the candidates in that section. Then two employees from the company came and spoke to us "informally and off the record" about any questions we may have. The rest of the day consisted of 3 one on one interviews with 3 different people. One was from college relations/HR and two were managers in the finance departments. Overall it was mostly a behavioral interview and we went through my resume each time. There were no skills based questions.
The process took a day - interviewed at Fidelity Investments in November 2009.
Interview Details – They hired me on the spot due to my knowledge of the company. I was lucky because at the time they were desperate, but Fidelity prides on people who know their business model and their culture. Therefore, don't expect to make a splash in your interview unless you know your stuff.
Interview Question – What experience do you have in this field? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Intern pay was non-negotiable. Based on what year in school you are.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Fidelity Investments.
Interview Details – got a call from project manager and talk for a few minutes.
Interview Question – detail about prvious intern experience Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Fidelity Investments in May 2012.
Interview Details –
Resume submission, then phone interview, then in-person interview. Found out hours later I had the position.
Your personality and ability to engage others while seeming professional and friendly are key. Also, knowledge about Fidelity as a company and also some finance/market related info definitely helps. Be relatable and friendly.
Negotiation Details – No negotiating possible, other than starting date.
The process took a day - interviewed at Fidelity Investments in March 2011.
Interview Details –
I was surprised how awful the interview was considering I was interviewing for a position that stressed customer service,
Also "invited" to me to an event which they were supposed to e-mail me about but never did.
Interview Question – Tell me what you know about Fidelity? Answer Question
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