The process took 2 days - interviewed at T. Rowe Price in May 2010.
Interview Details – They saw my resume online and called me asking to set up a time where I could interview with their HR people. I talked to one of the HR Reps, who asked if I could schedule a second interview over the phone the following day with the Call Center Supervisor.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at T. Rowe Price in February 2010.
Interview Details – Had a greater, helped loosen me up a bit so I didn't go in nervous. As for the interview, standard interview questions... describe yourself... previous conflict and how you handled it. Pretty standard. Interviewer seemed very laid back, and didn't act full of himself like recruiters can.
Negotiation Details – Not much of negotiation. Interns can't get much pull.
The process took a day - interviewed at T. Rowe Price in September 2008.
Interview Details – T. Rowe Price first called to do a short phone interview. The main purpose of this interview is to determine your personality over the phone, since the main duty as a Retirement Client Specialist is answering phones 95% of the day to provide customer service. After the phone interview I then had a interview at their headquarters in Ownings Mills, MD where I met with two managers who conducted a 30 minute interview. They ask 3 questions regarding past experiences with customer service.
Interview Question – Tell me a situation where you had to deal with a difficult customer and the steps you took to resolve the issue. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiations with salary.
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at T. Rowe Price in January 2010.
Interview Details – Behavioral interview, no technicals.
Interview Question – Tell me about a time when you've had to lead a team Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at T. Rowe Price in October 2009.
Interview Details – I was invited to participate in final round interviews in Baltimore, it what is called a "Super Day", along with 8 other finalists. I had a series of 1:1 interviews lasting 30 minutes each, with a 15 minute break in between interviews, where I met with about half of the department I would be working with if I was offered a position. Two days before the interview, the candidates were asked to prepare a company pitch on a company of their choosing, which would be given during one 30 minute session where each candidate had to make a recommendation on the company and defend it.
Interview Question – Please tell us 3 strategies you would propose to the management team of company XYZ to improve their performance. Answer Question
The process took 4 weeks - interviewed at T. Rowe Price in April 2009.
Interview Details – It was a phone interview with 4 managers. It took a total of 3 days to schedule the 4 interviews. They asked historical questions such as tell me about your past achievements? Tell me about a time you dealt with a problem client? How have you worked in groups and in teams? There were no knowledge questions, but rather focused on what I have done in school and in my experiences.
Negotiation Details – They made an offer, and I did not attempt to negotiate.
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