Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Fifth Third
- Customer Service Representative (26)
- Personal Banker (12)
- Retail Personal Banker (10)
- Teller (7)
- Financial Center Manager (6)
- Lead Customer Service Representative (5)
- Intern (4)
- Credit Analyst (4)
- Customer Service Representative/Teller (4)
- Licensed Personal Banker (3)
- Customer Service Manager (3)
- Investment Advisor (3)
- Financial Services Representative (2)
- Staff Auditor (2)
- Human Resources (2)
- Finance (2)
- Senior Customer Service Representative (2)
- Sales (2)
- Branch Manager (2)
- Associate Portfolio Manager (2)
- Customer Service Professional (2)
- Business Analyst (2)
- Retail Associate (2)
- Information Technology Leadership Program (2)
- Finance and Accounting Leadership Program (2)
- Financial Leadership Program (2)
- Staff Accounting, Capital Markets (1)
- Homeowners Assistance Counselor (1)
- Card Fraud Investigations (1)
- Teller (Customer Service Representative ) (1)
The interview process is broken down into two stages: an on-campus interview and a second round interview day at their corporate headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. Both rounds consist of mostly behavioral-based questions. The second round contains some technical questions, but is still mostly behavioral-based. Overall, the process was relatively quick and not incredibly challenging.
- Describe the process behind valuing various potential investments the bank could make? Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Fifth Third
Intern InterviewDeclined OfferDeclined Offer
It was a very quick and painless interview. I had one with them in early April where they just asked me a few questions that you get asked at basically all internships - your biggest strengths, weaknesses, etc. Three words that professors would describe me as, which one I thought was the most important..etc.
- Where I saw myself in 10 years from now. (unexpected because I was just interviewing for an internship) Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Had a better internship offer that was going to pay more.
Intern InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Fifth Third (Southfield, MI) in March 2013.
The process started in March 2013. I was selected to interview after applying through an employee referral program with my family. It started with a typical phone screen, all the normal questions were asked. After the phone screen, I was asked to interview at the office in Southfield. I met with the HR Manager and I learned more about the internship program and was asked a few more questions regarding my availability and behavior based questions as well. After 2 weeks I was invited back to meet with a Finance Manager and his boss. The interview lasted roughly 30 minutes and it was more of a meeting than an interview. No real questions, just the procedures that I would work through if hired. About 1 month went by, after constant contact with the hiring manager because they kept offering me that the answer would be clear within a week. I would respond to her in a week, and receive back the same reply. I repeated this 4 times until it was finally relayed to me, that I would no longer be considered for the position.
- None, they were the typical interview questions and some behaior based, along with scenarios. Answer Question
Intern InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took a day – interviewed at Fifth Third (Cincinnati, OH) in December 2011.
I applied for the posiiton on the website and was informed that I had an interview. I met with the man and we discussed the position. Then, he said he will let me know of the decision.