Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Integer Group
- Project Manager (4)
- Account Executive (3)
- Account Management (2)
- Intern (2)
- Media (1)
- Account Director (1)
- Group Creative Director (1)
- Senior Accountant (1)
- Senior Art Director (1)
- Account Supervisor (1)
- Creative (1)
- Creative Director (1)
- Copywriter (1)
- Brand Champion (1)
- Account Leadership Intern (1)
- Freelance Account Coordinator (1)
- Director, Insight & Strategy (1)
Account Executive Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Integer Group (Denver, CO).
It takes forever! You can sometimes interview for multiple positions before they find a place for you. You also have to come in each time for 3-4 hours.
- What would your career be if you weren't in advertising? Answer Question
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The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Integer Group (Dallas, TX) in April 2011.
I submitted an application online for an AE opening and was immediately called by HR. I interviewed with the VP and two account directors and then came in for another interview with the rest of the team. Scheduling is what took the longest to get the ball rolling.
- How would you handle a difficult client. Describe your time management and client relationship skills? Answer Question
Always negotiate. I was able to get a couple extra thousand just by asking but still was not able to get the salary I wanted.
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I applied online. The process took 5 weeks – interviewed at Integer Group.
After I submitted my application online, i was contacted to fill out a questionnaire. Then I had an interview with HR over the phone, a Skype interview with 2 hiring managers, then 3 separate Skype/phone interviews with others at the office. One more questionnaire, and then a job offer.
- I wasn't expecting a second questionnaire, which asked for almost an entire marketing plan for a large brand. None of the questions were particularly difficult, but this one was time consuming. Answer Question