Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Triage Consulting Group
- Associate Consultant (65)
- Associate (53)
- Analyst (7)
- Associate (First Year) (3)
- Consulting (2)
- Intern (2)
- Senior Associate (2)
- Junior Analyst (1)
- Intern - Hourly (1)
- Healthcare Analysis (1)
- Internship (1)
- Claims Recovery Analyst (1)
- Resolutions Service Group Analyst (1)
- Claims Resolution Specialist (1)
- Claims Resolution Analyst (1)
Senior Associate Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Triage Consulting Group (San Francisco, CA) in November 2009.
Typically, Triage the hiring and interview process is as an undergraduate at one of the universities from which Triage usually recruits. First, Triage comes to campus for career fairs throughout the year, as well as one or two information sessions. They give you all the information you would need to apply and answer questions about the position. Then, you submit your application (cover letter and resume). If you are chosen for an interview, you schedule it through your career development center on campus. The second and final interview is in the Triage office for a half day. At the office, you will interview with 2 or 3 current Managers and Principals, have lunch with 2 current Associates, and do a case study similar to the work you would do on a regular basis.
- Who knows you the best in the world and why? Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Triage Consulting Group (Atlanta, GA) in September 2009.
There is an on-campus interview with one of the 5 main campuses recruited from: GA Tech, UGA, Duke, UNC, and Emory. The next interview is in the office. Expect a lunch with a Senior Associate and an Associate, as well as 2 interviews: one with a manager, one with a principal. There is a case study.
- There were not really any difficult or unexpected questions. Answer Question