I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase.
Interview Details – I was already working for Chase over 5 years, a new department opened in the building and employees were encouraged to apply, I sent an email with my resume. I interviewed for the position and was hired.
Negotiation Details – I was offered a position with a lateral move that would have been okay if the position was similar.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase.
Interview Details – Applied online to their general ERS Consultant job post. Got a call the day after to set up a 30min phone interview. The recruiter was very friendly and I passed the first interview with ease. She asked me a few questions about my resume and experience. She then scheduled another 30min phone interview (personality test) and that happened the week after. Questions weren't hard, just asking me how I handle stress, what are your strengths and weaknesses. Passed the personality test and the recruiter set up my in person interview for the following week. My interviewers were 2 Senior managers and 1 Partner. After that I got a call from the recruiter the next week giving me an offer and I accepted.
Interview Question – “How I provided Leadership skills to my co-workers?” Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase.
Interview Details – Came to a campus rep, I interviewed for the Operations department for a summer internship. There were two 30 min interviews on campus.
Interview Question – If a colleague messed up a presentation that you were giving, how do address the mistake to a client. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in December 2013.
Interview Details –
Went to an on-campus recruiting presentation for the company in the beginning of November. I applied for the position the following day on the JPM Careers website; two days later I received a call from the recruiter about setting up a phone interview (he wanted to do it the following day, but I wasn't available until early the next week). Participated in the phone interview: it wasn't very hard, lots of questions can be found by reviewing the JPM Careers website so I was well prepared. Interview lasted 30 minutes, and two days later I received an email invitation for an Interview "SuperDay" at one of their offices.
The SuperDay was a half-day event consisting of an introductory time period with the HR staff and recruiter, two interviews with VP-level employees, a short break, and a group activity. My interviews happened to be back to back, and lasted exactly 30 minutes (we were stopped at the half-hour mark). The interviewers were very nice and personable, but you could tell they didn't do them all the time as they worked off a template of pre-provided questions. However, I got along well with both of them very well, and by the end of the interview we were having a completely off-topic discussion. The group activity at the end was for all the applicants (there were six of us total) to participate in a puzzle/trivia exercise in front of the interviewers, and the recruiter & HR reps. It was difficult, and meant to judge your problem-solving ability, as well as to see how you work with others in a team.
After the activity, we were ushered out of the building by one of the HR reps (she was really nice!), and told to expect an answer in about 10 days. My interview happened to be a week before Thanksgiving, which delayed my offer letter until about 2 weeks after the SuperDay (which was still a reasonable time).
Overall, it was a great experience and I'm excited to begin the position.
Interview Question – There wasn't a whole lot of technical questions (the hardest was concerning the risk environment of your LOB), most were "fit" questions to see if you would fit in with the JPM culture, etc. View Answer
Negotiation Details –
The offer letter didn't appear to have much room for negotiation, as it was either an accept or reject option. However, the total compensation package (salary, bonus, vacation, etc.) was VERY competitive for a recent grad.
The only aspect I would have liked to see negotiable is in regards to the line of business (LOB) that you're placed in. You don't get to choose :(
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in December 2013.
Interview Details – 1 interview with a panel of 12 District Managers. Intimidating YES. They are trying to see if all parties agree that they are willing to have you in their district. They must have more than half of the District Managers say yes to offer a position.
Interview Question – All questions were typical for the position, situational is there style of question, tell me about a time when you had to break policy to help a customer? what was the situation? what was the outcome? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Chase really does not like to negotiate at all. you have a much better chance if you are coming from outside the firm but as I was an internal candidate there was no potential for negotiation. If fact my manager has retracted offers to multiple people trying to negotiate. Right now companies can afford to hire less expensive with the same or better quality.
I applied online and interviewed at JPMorgan Chase.
Interview Details – Interviewed with multiple hiring managers. Did not even hear back from or receive any feedback after reaching out to them. Just received a generic email 2 months later that I was no longer under consideration.
Interview Question – Unexpected. Which was your favorite employer and why. Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in December 2013.
Interview Details – Interviews were rescheduled without candidate being told about it and was not able to enter the building in Park Avenue as instructions not given to front desk about candidates interview being scheduled via video conference.
Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in the next few years with this company. View Answer
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in December 2013.
Interview Details – I received an initial call where they asked me about why I was interested in the position. After a brief conversation they sent me documents to be signed and returned so that they may perform a compliance check. I was told a week later that I would not be further considered for the position.
Interview Question – When is a time that you had a difficult client service experience and what did you do to turn that into a positive experience for the client? Answer Question
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