Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at U.S. Bank
- Teller (46)
- Personal Banker (37)
- Universal Banker (28)
- Teller I (23)
- In-Store Banker (11)
- Branch Manager (10)
- Customer Service Representative (10)
- Credit Analyst (10)
- Customer Service Manager (8)
- Manager (7)
- Intern (7)
- Banker (7)
- In Store Banker I (6)
- 24 Hour Call Center Personal Banker With Selling (5)
- Assistant Manager (5)
- Financial Analyst (5)
- In Store Banker (4)
- Personal Banker II (4)
- Operations Manager (4)
- Vice President (4)
- Teller II (4)
- Software Developer (4)
- Universal Banker II (4)
- Small Business Banker (3)
- Small Business Specialist (3)
- Teller Coordinator (3)
- Business Banking Officer (3)
- Bank Teller (3)
- Administrative Assistant (3)
- SERVICE ADVISOR (3)
Leadership Development Program Interview
I applied online. The process took 5+ months – interviewed at U.S. Bank.
It started with about 2 telephone interviews in late 2011. A month later I was called in for a panel interview with three Branch Managers. They asked general questions to determine my background and problem solving skills. On the same day, I was told to go upstairs and met with District Manager. That process went well, and was interviewed a week later by the VP. Overall, their questions were great because they seek to determine your problem solving skills, and not necessarily a great-sounding answer.
- Your boss tells you in confidence that he is considering firing a colleague, who happens to be your best friend at work. How would you handle this situation? Answer Question
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The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at U.S. Bank (Los Angeles, CA) in October 2011.
There was a career fair at my university, and I got a phone interview through a recruiter. I didn't even apply; they just called me. The phone interview was about 40 minutes. My interviewer was really chill; it felt really informal. Lots of behavioral questions and "Why do you want to work here?" kind of questions.
After the phone interview, I got called back for the panel interviews at the office. My first panel interview included 1 current LDP and 2 branch managers. More behaviorable questions (pretty much the same as the phone interview). Time to ask questions about the program and being a branch manager. The 2nd panel interview (about an hour and half later) was with 2 district managers. Even more behavioral questions but also about your experience (based on your resume). They were really nice.
A couple weeks later, I got a call from the hiring manager and was told that I made to the "assessment interview". This interview was supposed to be conducted by the Gallup company (because they ask you behavioral questions in a very stoic and unbiased manner to determine your fit into the company). I called Gallup to set up my interview (which was supposed to take approx 45min-1hr) but was told that the request for my interview had been canceled.
Later, I called US Bank to clarify what had happened. Apparently, the program was "on hold" indefinitely and I was told that if I found anything else interesting on their site, then I can let them know. Needless to say, I moved on in my job hunt.
- If you had a single mom employee (banker), who brought in tons of business and was absolutely stellar, what would you do if she wanted to leave because she was being offered a better paying job at your competitor's company? You have maxed out your salary budget as well. 2 Answers
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at U.S. Bank (Denver, CO) in April 2010.
I originally submitted and application during a college career fair. I was contacted for a last minute interview that consisted of two parts, both in front of panels one 3 person panel one 4 person panel. The second round was another panel interview with higher up managers (4).
At this point they called me back for a third day of interviews and decided I would fit better in another position and that required another set of interviews (4 more to be exact)
It was a long process but everyone was very nice and easy to talk to
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There wasn't a negotiation, the salary came back higher than I had expected and as this job was much higher than the one I had applied for I accepted