I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in February 2009.
Interview Details –
You will talk with a recruiter on the phone that will ask you a series of questions. This process takes about 10-15 minutes. If this goes well they will direct you to a website to take a timed assessment wich includes mathematical questions and some banking questions as well. You need to have a calculator handy. As well it is timed, so be steadfast. If you pass you will be contacted by a branch manager to set up an interview. You may have to interview at a few branches and this process can take a week or more. You will be asked customer service and sales questions and maybe asked to interact with a customer of the bank.
If they would like to make the offer you will need to pass drug test and background check as well as submit fingerprints. This takes about a week.
Negotiation Details – The starting pay is a basic salary. You will earn commission.
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at JPMorgan Chase in July 2008.
Interview Details – Although process was lengthy, hiring manager took the time to meet after hours to conduct interviews. Meet 1:1 and in open house forums.
Interview Question – Role play with me how you would sell new accounts. View Answer
Negotiation Details – From very beginning, new hire prospects are informed of the salary cap on position. Incentives are excellent compensation.
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