Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at U.S. Bank
- Teller (56)
- Personal Banker (41)
- Universal Banker (34)
- Teller I (27)
- Branch Manager (17)
- Customer Service Representative (15)
- In-Store Banker (13)
- Credit Analyst (12)
- Manager (10)
- Bank Teller (9)
- Banker (8)
- 24 Hour Call Center Personal Banker With Selling (8)
- Intern (8)
- Financial Analyst (8)
- Customer Service Manager (8)
- Assistant Manager (7)
- In Store Banker I (6)
- Structured Finance Analyst (5)
- Teller Coordinator (5)
- Personal Banker II (5)
- Relationship Manager (4)
- Operations Manager (4)
- Vice President (4)
- Portfolio Analyst (4)
- In Store Banker (4)
- Teller II (4)
- Software Developer (4)
- SERVICE ADVISOR (4)
- Business Banking Officer (4)
- Universal Banker II (4)
Vice President Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at U.S. Bank (New York, NY).
It was a very pleasent hiring and Interview process it was very positive and friendly.The recruitor was very helpful, answered all my questions and looked into all my concerns. All conversations took place when I was able to get some personel time. The over all process was very postitive and went very smooth. The recruitor kept in touch with me over the weeks while waiting for management to approve my hire date.
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Other Interview Reviews for U.S. Bank
Vice President InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at U.S. Bank.
After a personal recommendation by my then manager and the individual retiring from the position I was interviewed for, I had a phone interview with the recruiter. I then moved on to the hiring manager, three relationship managers, the business development officer, service manager, portfolio manager, and finally the executive vice president of the business line in a one on one interview.
- The recruiter, in the initial phone interview, asked whether I wasn't "a bit junior for this position". 1 Answer
I was able to negotiate. My current manager tried to keep me by raising my salary. I made it clear to the hiring manager that there were significant challenges inherent in the new position, that I was ready with strategies to meet them, but that I was weighing the risk and potential reward. I was comfortable in my current role and accepting this challenge would be relatively risky. I would not accept it without the right amount of financial reward and support from senior management. The hiring manager wrote down the word "risky", then came in with an offer. I asked for about 7% more and received it.
Vice President InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at U.S. Bank (Los Angeles, CA) in June 2011.
Great Process, they were thoroughly warm, inviting and up front. I had a great experience. Their Sr. Management is wonderful and their support staff and HR was great. I would recommend anyone interviewing to research and make sure you know the job you are applying for.
- Overview, Past Experience and Future Goals Answer Question
They were very open, I was offered a great salary and made more money than my previous employer
Vice President InterviewAccepted Offer
The hiring process can take some time because it is a large corporation that moves slowly. The interview process within the specific group was easy.
- Questions regarding underwriting techniques were difficult to understand my level of skill. Answer Question
Not much negotiating, Bank offers limited room to negotiate