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Part Time Teller Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in May 2014.
Interview Details – Online test, then video interview. The online test was basically common sense, and personality test type questions, to make sure you aren't the kind of person that will have a meltdown if asked to make change or deal with a cranky customer. The video interview was basically to save everyone time.
Interview Question – Can't remember. It's a bit unnerving, though I can understand the need for the video interview. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – You need to put an option for...something like, just interviewed, haven't had time for offer...pending, something like that.
Financial Services Advisor Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in February 2013.
Interview Details – -Online Assessment; virtual modules, personality test and customer service
-Get Clearance Over the phone with HR to get an interview
-One to Two interviews; may be with one manager or two
-Easy questions; be honest and consistent
Interview Question – What do you value most in a career?
What are your weaknesses? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Yes you can negotiate pay. Typically you start at 12.99 (USD) with shift differentials depending on what you accept but pay will be based upon your experience and your ability to show your worth.
Merchant Disputes Advisor Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in June 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and it took about 2-3 weeks and received a preliminatry interview via email. Then scheduled a face to face interview, and offered a position with in a week.
Interview Question – Name a time when you had difficulty with another coworker and how you resolved the issue. Answer Question
Digital Analyst Interview (Negative Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in July 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online after employee referral. Initial HR interview followed by multiple interviews on phone with managers and then an in person interview with 5 members of the team. The process itself took about 2 months but HR was very slow in responding and follow ups. The HR only responded after multiple follow ups. Internally, the review process takes a long time.
Interview Question – Standard questions about past experiences. Hard to gauge the requirements of the job so please ask questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Less room for negotiation. Salary an benefits are above par to the industry
Systems Architect Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in February 2010.
Interview Details – Pretty standard process with multiple rounds of interviews. It takes a little longer than most companies because of the size of the company and the decision-ing process requires multiple levels of approval. Overall it was not too painful and I got to speak to a wide range of people with which I ended up interacting.
Interview Question – Please describe a complex system that you have designed? Answer Question
Project Manager In Risk Office Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in February 2014.
Interview Details – Lots of posting are bogus. Government manadated that they hire risk people so they pretend they are looking and that they can't find the right people to avoid hiring them.
Interview Question – Interview was scheduled to meet with 3 people. The third person started to badmouth the first one who was executive director. He was really nasty . He didn't even give me a chance to answer his question stating the intervuew was over Answer Question
Risk Analyst Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at J.P. Morgan.
Interview Details – referred by an alum and applied online. first contacted by HM but it was more like a pre-screening (no behavioral questions at all) and then forwarded to an AVP one day after for a phone interview focusing on SAS, according to the HM. the AVP was an Indian and had strong accent so he was a bit hard to understand, but he acted very nice and patient throughout the interview, though he was late for more than 10 minutes. He asked me about two projects on my resume with open-ended questions, i.e. you used the term "model fitting" in your first project and tell me what it is, AND you say you know logistic regression so tell me a little about logistic regression. For the LR question at first he clearly said he wanted to hear concepts so I started talking about equations and concepts, but before long he stopped me and said he didn't expect me giving lectures. So I asked whether he wanted me to incorporate concepts in the context of projects but he didn't respond so there was an awkward silence. So I proceeded and talked about the response variable I used and why, 4 predictors, partitioning, and the Data Mining tool I used, etc. Then he asked about model evaluation. When I finished, again he didn't make any sound for a long time, even after i hello-ed him once since I really thought I lost connection or what. All of a sudden he said "Excellent" and started introducing the department and the role. He said he'd finished all his questions and there was the atmosphere to put it an end then he started asking if i had SAS experience (I really have the feeling that he already forgot that part but all of sudden he remembered). Honestly I was surprised because 1) that should be the primary purpose of the interview and Chase is known for its "craziness" about SAS, and 2) I have SAS all over my resume and on top of it I say I have SAS certificates. Especially when I mentioned that I have SAS certificates on my resume he acted as if it was the first he ever noticed that. I was able to answer one of his two questions and he said I shouldn't worry about the second one because it was not important. What disappointed me is today someone I know in his group says he evaluated me bad because he thinks I wasn't prepared at all especially regarding my resume. Explicitly he says that I wasn't familiar with my own resume, and I wasn't able to tell enough about 4 predictors I used in LR so it was a sign that I don't know the project well. What else can I say? You may say I'm not prepared in SAS but in my own resume? Seriously? And never has he ever shown any interest in those 4 predictors after I mentioned them, so I figured maybe even if I said enough about them he would've found other excuses to turn me down.
Interview Question – SAS- if you have a data set of 1000 obs and 2 columns, fist being lengths (?) and second being RGB color. first how can you tell whether lengths are unique to colors and second how can you tell what length corresponding to what color (I wasn't sure about the second question because honestly his accent stopped me from comprehending it. I've tried a few times rephrasing and clarifying it but I failed) View Answer
Customer Service Representative Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at J.P. Morgan.
Interview Details – I applied on line. and they called with a phone interview, that went well. then a few days later they called me for a face to face interview with two people. that went well also. They called me a week later and offered me the position. I accepted.
Interview Question – What I would do with an irate customer. Answer Question
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Summer Technology Analyst Interview (Negative Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in October 2013.
Interview Details – Hiring occurred on campus and was half technical interview and half behavioral questions. The behavioral questions were pretty easy to do and basically asked how you would benefit the company. The technical questions involved data structures and psuedocode was allowed. Array sorting and hash tables were also asked.
Interview Question – Implement a linked list in Java without using the built in Linked List class Answer Question
Bank Teller Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in June 2014.
Interview Details – I applied online within the next week got a call from recruiter I did about a 15 min phone interview with them which went good after that she forward my app to the district manager who then called me a couple of days later to do a face to face interview i did 2 with him n a Branch manager.
Interview Question – What do u like about Chase Answer Question
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