Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Ryan, LLC
- Consultant (11)
- Consultant, Sales and Use Tax (7)
- Intern (7)
- Executive Assistant (5)
- Sales and Use Consultant (3)
- Property Tax Intern (2)
- Senior Consultant (2)
- Director (2)
- Associate Consultant (2)
- Senior Consultant, Sales and Use Tax (2)
- Intern: Sales and Use Tax (1)
- Sales and Use Tax Consultant (1)
- Consultant, Property Tax (1)
- Acquisition Integration Project Manager (1)
- Manager (1)
- Tax Consultant (1)
- Tax Intern (1)
- Analyst (1)
- Business Dev (1)
- Assistant Manager (1)
- Commercial Real Estate Analyst (1)
- Senior Associate Consultant (1)
- General Campus Recruiting (1)
- Data Extraction Consultant (1)
- Specialist, Client Services (1)
I applied through other source – interviewed at Ryan, LLC.
Go online and apply for the position desired. Complete the required information. Someone from Talent Acquisition Department will contact the applicant. There will be a telephone interview and then an online test. Once the test is passed, an office interview will be set up and, if successful, an offer will be extended to the applicant.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Ryan, LLC.
I first started with a phone interview with just basic behavioral questions. After that, they proceeded to explain the benefits of Ryan that moved towards an invitation to an office visit. From the office visit, I met with two principals. The interviews were mostly behavioral but were also geared towards seeing how i would fit in their culture as well as testing to see how certain I felt I was the right fit.
- Can you tell me a time that there was a process that was not working or was inefficient and explain how you dealt with the situation Answer Question
Initial communications were made through a career fair. I was then contacted and had an on campus interview, which later led to a networking night and a second round interview.
- The most unexpected questions was what did you like least about your previous boss/job? Answer Question
Phone call or on campus interview. Call back and set up in office interview. Usually interview with three management level employees, sometimes interview with consultants and senior consultants. Consultants take you out for a nice dinner the night before your interview or for a lunch the day of your interview. You take a couple tests.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAccepted OfferPositive Experience
I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Ryan, LLC (Houston, TX).
I applied via my university's job search site. Initial interview was on campus and was relatively easy. Mostly asked just fit and behavioral questions. Lasted about 30 minutes. At least a month later, I got a call from a recruiter asking if I would rather interview in Houston or Dallas. I chose Houston, and they flew me there. I had 3 interviews in their office that morning, 2 with Sales & Use Tax and one with property tax. They extended me an offer about a month later.
- Why not Big 4? Answer Question
Not much negotiating. Was able to negotiate start date, though.
Great interview process. You interview with the team, manager and principal.
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Ryan, LLC.
The interview process was straightforward and fairly easy.
1) HR screen
They ask a few questions to check experience, coursework (if you dont have a degree in accounting they will verfiy your college hours. You need a combination of housrs in finance and accounting).
Make sure you understand why you want the position or carrer in tax consulting. They will ask.
Also do research, especially MyRyan. HR's crown jewel, definitely bring this up in a positive light during the screening. Almost gurantees a second interview, MyRyan is the cornerstone of Ryan's culture.
2) Meet with managers and Principal
Really easy interview, more of a discussion. Just be honest and be yourself, they are checking for fit. The job itself is not difficult, they want to make sure you fit the team and understand what the job requires.
The meeting witb the Principal is purely for show and really a waste of time. Just dont come across as a complete idiot and you'll be fine.
3) Not sure.
I spoke to HR, mentioned I was negotiating an offer with a different company. She asked what the offer looked like, when i told her she said there was no way Ryan would match that.
I emailed HR with my intent to accept another offer and havent heard back.
All the people I interracted wiTh at Ryan were professional, humble, and friendly. Maybe it varies by team, but I think most would be fortunate to work for a company like this.
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- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 2 days – interviewed at Ryan, LLC in October 2010.
On-campus interview and then attend office visit. Interviewed with four people in total.
- i don't recall any difficult questions. Answer Question
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Ryan, LLC (Phoenix, AZ) in April 2010.
It was pretty extensive, but all parts went very smoothly. Nice to see they don't just hire anybody.
- The toughest questions always involves identifying a mistake or regret in your professional life, 1 Answer
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