I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at U.S. Bank in February 2013.
Interview Details – Asked to meet with the branch manager after talking with Human Resources. Had to pass a Gallup Test about my personality type. Talk with the District Manager.
Interview Question – What motivates you? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiated salary.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at U.S. Bank in February 2010.
Interview Details – Phone interview and a 1:1 interview with the VP of collections. Then I was skill tested for: Microsoft office proficiency, collection laws, communication skills, data entry skills and given a personality test. A few weeks later I had a panel interview conducted by what would be my future peers; then another 2:1 interview with the VP and the Senior VP.
Interview Question – I was asked by the vice president "do you have a problem with being considered only as good as your last months numbers?"
I answered "No. I've never missed a monthly goal and I don't intend to start now." Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation. After several interviews I received a call from HR and an email with an offer letter. I signed the letter and returned it via email. After a background check and a drug test, I started work 2 weeks later.
Interviewed at U.S. Bank
Interview Details – I knew a current employee of US Bank when I applied and I was told to apply since I had been looking for a job. I applied online at usbank.com and the application process was rather straight forward. I got a call the next week to set up an interview. I went in for the interview and discussed what I saw myself doing with the company and my career goals. They are very customer service, sales and ethics driven. After my interview I had another interview with a second manager. The next week I was extended a job offer from HR.
Interview Question – sell me this credit card. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was not really given the chance to negotiate. I asked for more and it was told to me that it was the maximum salary they could offer me.
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at U.S. Bank.
Interview Details – I did a phone interview and was asked to come in for a face to face interview and the interviewer was late but apologetic. The interview went well and we had a tentative date for me to return for a follow up with her boss but I never received a call to confirm. After I checked back, I was called and told that my salary range was too high. I lowered my salary range for this position and had pulled it off of multiple sites based on what US Bank pays this position. Apparently those were for 4's and 5's.
Interview Question – What is your salary range. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at U.S. Bank.
Interview Details – One informal interview with manager was more conversational than interrogative. This was followed by a phone interview done by Gallup, which was an hour long interview with rapid-fire questions designed to ascertain interviewees' ability to think on their feet and follow instructions. This was followed by a formal interview with regional manager, immediately followed by offer.
Interview Question – No unexpected questions. Lots of situational "tell me about a time when...". No curveballs. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Compensation package was generous and no negotiation was necessary.
I applied online - interviewed at U.S. Bank in October 2010.
Interview Details – I applied throught he website in Las Vegas, NV. I was interviewed by the Sales Manager and Regional Manager. There were both very polite and respectful.
Interview Question – I was given a tax return and asked if that company was "bankable". View Answer
Negotiation Details – They said what they paid and I accepted.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at U.S. Bank.
Interview Details – Interview involves multiple interviews with managers as well as with potential peers. It also involved taking a small test in Excel so that they could get a feel for our proficiency.
Interview Question – Typical interview questions. Know a little of basic finance concepts with loans and calculating things like WAC. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at U.S. Bank in November 2013.
Interview Details – Met a district manager at a college career fair and this manager passed my resume to other managers hiring personal bankers.
Interview Question – A lot of them were situation-based questions. Ex) How did you deal with an upset customer? Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at U.S. Bank in November 2010.
Interview Details – Branch Manager recruited me and we had a 5 minute interview. District and Regional Ops managers interviewed next. Offer was made within a few days, in writing.
Interview Question – All questions are scenario related. EG : Have you ever had an unhappy customer? What was the situation, how did you handle it, and what was the outcome..... View Answer
Negotiation Details – A written offer, with little to no negotiation.
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