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Getting an Interview
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Financial Analyst Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at NIKE (Beaverton, OR).
Straightforward in the sense that they ask SMART interview questions, but if you give an ambiguous response they'll push you once to get more specific and then move on -- but ding you for not having an answer. This shouldn't be an issue as if you're going to add value, you should be able to speak to your past and future potential contributions.
- N/A; as stated, study SMART questions and make sure you can speak to your specific abilities. Answer Question
No negotiation from initial offer, but since I was leveraging another offer their initial was higher than I had expected.
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at NIKE (Portland, OR) in August 2012.
Interview followed by HR call
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at NIKE (Portland, OR) in February 2012.
Slow, long process. Position was put on hold due to hiring freeze.
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at NIKE (Portland, OR) in January 2010.
Applied to position online, received a call from HR, went through a 25 minute screening interview. Was called in to interview in a panel format. Interview with two Senior Managers and an analyst. They asked STAR questions (Tell me about a time when... what was the result...) and seemed to stick to a script. Afterwards had an informal chat with the manager and toured the company's campus. About a week later I received another call and came in to interview 1:1 with a Director. They mainly asked about my interests and why I wanted to work with the company, told me about expectations, etc. Overall I would say the interview process is very standard and did not think it was difficult at all.
Try your best to negotiate your starting salary - Nike likes to lowball because they feel they have "pricing power" since so many people want to work there.
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You will probably have an interview panel of 4 managers asking you questions, usually quick interview process; only 2 interview sessions.
- Most questions were stardard "give me an example of" or "describe a situation when" Answer Question
Between you and your contract company, not so much with Nike
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I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at NIKE in February 2010.
Tough interview. The whole process was very thorough and they wanted to make you sure were confident in your skills. The company is great with a diverse culture
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