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Compliance Advisor II Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Raymond James Financial in August 2010.
Interview Details – Started with an e-mail requesting a Hogan Assessment on-line. In about a week I got a call but couldn't get to the phone in time so it was another week before I got to speak to the HR person. Then another week before a phone interview. Then another week before I could get into to t ake the timed skills test. A week later I finally did get called in for a departmental interview.
The HR person was cold and impersonal. Walked a block ahead of me like she was going to catch something from me. Told me it would be two more weeks before she would be able to get back to me. The department manager was ever so nice. Very personal. But...when I asked how much the position paid, I was so dissapointed I fear it showed in my face. I asked how long before they would make a decision and the dept. mgr said it took her 9 months to make her last decision. I fear I got that look again.
I got a turn down by e-mail before I could even get back from the interview. So, big suggestion, show no dissapointment, don't be anxious....you may not want the job anyway. The department was a bunch of small dark cubes. The building is beautiful but the work environment was horrible.
It looked like everyone was happy, but I'm not so sure.
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