Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Fidelity Investments
- Financial Representative (147)
- Financial Services Representative (60)
- Customer Service Representative (36)
- Software Engineer/Developer (28)
- Analyst (21)
- Intern (16)
- Senior Software Engineer (14)
- Systems Analyst (12)
- Equity Research Associate (11)
- Financial Analyst (10)
- Quality Assurance Engineer (10)
- Associate Software Engineer Developer (9)
- LEAP Program (9)
- Technical Intern (8)
- Associate (8)
- Software Engineer (8)
- Fund Accounting Analyst (7)
- Financial Advisor (7)
- Graduate Trainee Engineer (6)
- Project Manager (6)
- Account Executive (6)
- Financial Associate (5)
- Software Developer (5)
- Research Analyst (5)
- Vice President (5)
- Manager (5)
- Research Associate (4)
- Investment Consultant (4)
- IT Project Manager (4)
- Investments Representative (4)
Investments Representative Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Fidelity Investments (Albany, NY) in February 2015.
Was approached by a recruiter through LinkedIn. She screened me on the phone and set up an informational interview/meeting with branch manager. At the end of my interview the manager asked me to come back for more in-depth interview, and to meet one or two team members. After we ran out of time in the second interview the manager asked to set up a third interview over the phone to finish up the process. In the interim, they asked me to fill out an electronic application for the position. In the end, they decided to "go in a different direction", however the manager wanted to have a follow up phone conversation to give some feedback and to keep in contact for possible future opportunities with the branch. Overall it was a lengthy process, but gave me insight into the branch operations at Fidelity. I will consider future opportunities there.
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Investments Representative InterviewAccepted Offer
I was already in the branch, I was simply pormoted.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at Fidelity Investments (Reston, VA) in June 2011.
First of all, it helps to have connections inside the firm, a referral from an internal employee always helps! I first had to speak to a corporate recruiter, who just made sure I had a pulse and understood the role I was applying for. I am sure she would have screened me harder if I wasn't referred by an existing employee. I met with the branch manager face to face for about 2 hours, we talked about my experience, the role I was applying for, and how my past experience would help me be successful. We went through a few role plays of sales interactions. I met several of the existing employees in the branch, they gave me some insight into the day to day environment and what their roles were.
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No negotiation, the offers are what they are for a base salary. It is sales, so if you want more money, then come in and sell something!
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I applied online. I interviewed at Fidelity Investments (Westlake, TX) in January 2011.
I had two phone interviews then I was invited for a 3rd one at their Westlake, TX location. We first took a tour of the facility which was beautiful. We them had a presentation from a high ranked employee about the company and the different opportunities. It was followed by and interview with 2 interviewer then a test.
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Investments Representative InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took a week. I interviewed at Fidelity Investments (Jacksonville, FL) in December 2010.
Submit Resume, phone interview, in person interview, recieve offer from Benefits.
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