Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at GC Services
- Account Representative (7)
- Customer Service Representative (5)
- College Manager Trainee (2)
- Collections Agent (2)
- Collector (2)
- Unit Manager (2)
- Network Specialist (1)
- Senior Supervisor (1)
- Account Manager (1)
- Team Lead (1)
- Financial Service Representative (1)
- Financial Services Representative (1)
- Account Representative/Collector (1)
- "" (1)
- Sprint Collections Representative (1)
- Collector At GC Services (1)
- Customer Care RTep (1)
- Superior Court Representative (1)
- Call Center Representative/Customer Service Representative (1)
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at GC Services (Weldon Spring, MO) in July 2011.
At arrival, you will sign in with he desk clerk and wait nearby until called into a separate area of the building. This area has cubicles and a couple management offices. You will be set down at a computer where you will take a test containing several questions, some including mathematics. After that, you will take a one minute typing test. Once finishing this, a woman will print out your results and take you back to the hiring manager's office where you will begin a 1:1 interview. She will ask you usual interview questions like, what goals do you have? What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? She will then offer you a position, then send you to a drug test. There is a group start date, so it may be awhile before you begin. You have to wait until they have a group ready for training and a training course open.
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I applied in-person. The process took 3 days – interviewed at GC Services (Tucson, AZ) in June 2011.
I received an email from the HR department to call to set up an interview. I had sent in my resume online earlier in the month. I called the next day & set up an interview for the folowwing day. The receptionist was very helpful. The day of the interview, I went in, filled in the application & took a few tests before going in an office for the interview. I was warmly greeted & the ladies seemed very nice. We got down to business & they explained everything about the position after I answered my questions. They were easy for me to answer since I have experience dealing with customers on the phone. Got a call back for a second interview the following week. The next day, I got a call to move the interview up to the following day. I accepted & went in to complete the final parts of the tests before the interview. Again, I was warmly greeted & we again got down to business. He explained different situations I might encounter & the different opportunities the company offers. The interview questions were somewhat challenging but it was a breeze. After the interview, I fillies in a couple more forms for the background check & so on. I received a call the next day and accepted the position. I'm planning on going back to school so I'm glad I can use thier tuition reimbursement to help pay for college.
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