Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at KPMG US
- Audit Associate (135)
- Intern (120)
- Audit Intern (75)
- Tax Associate (74)
- Associate (69)
- Advisory Associate (45)
- Senior Associate (44)
- Consultant (36)
- Audit (29)
- Analyst (20)
- Staff Accountant (19)
- Manager (19)
- Tax Intern (18)
- IT Advisory - Associate (18)
- IT Advisory Associate (15)
- Tax (14)
- Senior Consultant (14)
- Summer Intern (13)
- Advisory Manager (13)
- Audit Assistant (13)
- Auditor (12)
- Advisory Intern (12)
- Graduate (11)
- EVS Associate (11)
- IT Attestation (9)
- Accountant (9)
- IT Advisory Intern (9)
- Advisory (9)
- Audit Internship (9)
- Internship (9)
Advisory Director Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 7+ weeks – interviewed at KPMG US (New York, NY) in December 2012.
First step was with the recruiter. Simple 1-hour call. Had plenty internal sponsors so process was easy. Had 6 rounds of phone interviews. Took 55 days in all.
Negotiation was easy. Took less than a day. I played hard ball and got a good offer.
Other Interview Reviews for KPMG US
Director Advisory InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at KPMG US (Chicago, IL) in March 2009.
Contacted by a recruiter regarding opportunity. Calls with a director and managing director in the practice area. On site interview with the managing director of the practice area, a partner in another practice area, and a director in another practice area. Initally a verbal offer and then a written offer after acceptance.
- How would you develop business both internaly and externally? Answer Question
Director, Advisory InterviewAccepted Offer
The hiring process can be tedious and take longer than would be expected.
- Why do you want to work for KPMG and not one of the other Big Four. Answer Question
Advisory Director InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at KPMG US (Singapore (Singapore)) in December 2010.
It takes so long. And nothing happens during the wait. They meet you. And then you start waiting. Then you wait some more. Then you write. Then you call. Then they respond that they are finalizing the process. You call your references/ They called none. But that's fine. They give you the job (seriously?).
- How would you help us change and become a high performing company? 1 Answer
Negotiating with an autistic donkey could be more fun.