I applied online and the process took 6 days - interviewed at Kitchell in March 2014.
Interview Details – After applying for the position through indeed.com, I had a telephone interview with the HR department which lasted about 15 minutes. I was then invited to the office for a formal interview with the supervisor of the position, which was a very pleasant chat. The position was outlined very well with an outline of the schedule of duties. A few days later I was invited again to speak not only the HR rep but also with the receptionist -- relieving the receptionist was one of the job duties. After this second in-person interview, I was informed that I would need to complete an on-line assessment, as well as complete a background check disclaimer.
Interview Question – The most difficult thing was in fact the on-line assessment, which took nearly an hour to complete. The assessment included five sections:
1) a 143-statement list which I had to answer "agree" or "disagree": "I enjoy hang-gliding"
2) a long list of "would I rather": "Would you rather read a book or teach people how to shark-dive?"
3) a multiple choice of mathematical problems that included advanced algebra, trigonometry, and calculus
4) a multiple choice of vocabulary words, such as "denuded" and "banal"
5) a number of analogies: RED:STOP::BLUE:?? View Answer
Interviewed at Kitchell
Interview Details – Very simple and Easy
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