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Taycor Financial Junior Account Executive Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Apr 18, 2014
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Junior Account Executive Interview

Junior Account Executive

I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Taycor Financial.

Interview Details – Over the past few months I have been searching online for job opportunities to start once I graduate this June. I didn't think it would be too difficult but for some reason every job I found of interest on job posting sites ended up being a huge scam. After a bunch of discouraging let downs, I was relieved to interview with Taycor.

Taycor, unlike the others I've found, was not a scam and the interview was one of the best I've had. It was a group interview and lasted about an hour. We met a few executives and learned a lot about the company. The environment was a little competitive, but I did my best to stand out of the crowd. It has only been a couple days and I haven't heard back yet, but I'm hoping I get the chance for a second interview... fingers crossed!

Interview Question – Given the choice, what type of equipment would you want your customer to lease and why?   Answer Question


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Junior Account Executive Interview

Junior Account Executive
Los Angeles, CA

I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Taycor Financial in February 2012.

Interview Details – I learned about the Jr. Account Executive position through the company website although I initially learned about the company a few years ago through my university’s career website. After reading the job description I emailed the company with my resume and within that same day I received a phone call and was able to set up the first interview. I immediately received an email confirming my interview with an address and parking instructions that turned out to be really helpful.
     Upon arriving at the office I was immediately greeted by the interviewer who was also the person with whom I had set up my interview with. He directed me to the conference room and began the interview. The interview held in the conference room was one to one and very straight to the point of getting to know the interviewee. My interviewer did an extremely well job of explaining recent changes made to make the company in order to make it more efficient. I was also able to learn about an available marketing position I was unaware of which as it turns out is extremely crucial to the success of the company. All of my questions concerning how the company conducts business were answered very thoroughly. I was even able to get some feedback on how to improve my resume. The only thing that was left unclear was the expectations of the second part of the interview, which is this review.
     The overall feeling of this interview was good as it gave a great representation of the company and the professionalism in which it conducts all aspects of its business.

Interview Question – What are some of the skills you have learned through your work experience?   Answer Question


No Offer

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Junior Account Executive Interview

Junior Account Executive

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Taycor Financial.

Interview Details – Found the job on the company website, applied by emailing my resume. Received an email a day later to set up a phone interview. We scheduled a phone interview for the next day. Phone interview went well, the interviewer was friendly and informative. Scheduled an in-person interview for the following week, and got an offer a few days later.

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Junior Account Executive Interview

Junior Account Executive

The process took a day - interviewed at Taycor Financial in February 2012.

Interview Details – Aside from Taycor Financials’ high standing in the business world, the company has one of best website layouts I have seen compared to other equipment leasing and financing companies in the Los Angeles and Orange County area. These two qualities about Taycor Financial encouraged me to apply for the Jr. Account Executive position. The day after I applied, Taycor promptly called back. We scheduled a face-to-face interview for the following day.

The day of the interview was a great learning opportunity for the company and myself to evaluate if I would be a good fit with the culture and goals of Taycor Financial. The environment seemed to have a balanced blend of professionalism and friendly staff. The interviewer laid down the overview of two open positions: a Jr. Account Executive and Marketing Assistant position. I learned that the Jr. Account Executive position would be primarily calling potential customers to find new leads. The Marketing Assistant position was also very attractive because they are using technology in new innovative ways to reach larger audiences. The interviewer shared that one of the most important qualities in a candidate for Taycor Financial is cooperation with the team. It is imperative to remain on the task at hand and stick to the formula that has been proven to profit. I would encourage other candidates to apply if they can do this well. Overall the entire experience was quick and informative.

Interview Question – I was not expecting to be offered the choice between the jr. account executive and marketing position because I had applied for the jr. account executive position.   View Answer

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