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Finance Manager Interview

Finance Manager
Salt Lake City, UT

I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Intermountain Healthcare in March 2008.

Interview Details – Typically there are two rounds of interviews. The first round is by the hiring manager. Often the first round will be with other team members. The second round of interviews is by the hiring managers boss and possibly by some additional individuals the candidate may interact with. Intermountain is notoriously slow in the hiring process. If they make an offer they try and make you feel as though there is no room for negotiations. Sometimes this is the case but usually there is a little bit of wiggle room in salary negotiations. Just know that the initial salary is very important because the annual raises are horrible and rarely keep up with inflation. Salary compression is very prevalent among folks that have been there more than a few years. The best candidates are often not selected due to politics, favors, etc. of the company higher ups.

Interview Question – You will probably take a computer test to prove your ability to use Microsoft Excel and possibly Microsoft Access. The Excel test covers calculations for healthcare deductions, asking for definitions for fixed and variable expenditures and basic insert row and column and formulas in Excel. Also, avoid telling them how much you currently make because they will likely only match that amount in an offer.   View Answer

Negotiation Details – Human Resource will call you with the offer. They will often try to pressure you to accept a low-ball offer right then and there on the phone. Ask them how much flexibility in the salary ther may be. They will tell you none. Tell them it is lower than you expected and you need two or three days.

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