I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Vantiv.
Interview Details – I applied for a position on-line and received a call from HR. They wanted me to come in for an interview and sent me a schedule of everyone I would be meeting with. It ended up being a day long interview process where I met one VP after another, in half hour increments. At that time, they were trying to fill a lot of positions and you interviewed with everyone that had an open position.
After the initial interview, HR asked me to go on-line and apply for a different position. A phone interview was set up with another VP. He asked general and technical questions. After this interview, I was asked to return for a second in-person interview, this time with the VP of the hiring area I would be joining.
Throughout the entire process it was very difficult to get my questions about the company answered. Because there were so many openings, no one could explain the org structure to me or tell me anything about the teams. I did not get a clear indication of what it would be like to work here.
Interview Question – I did not have any unexpected questions. They asked the typical how would you handle this situation, tell me about a time when you felt overwhelmed and how did you handle it, etc. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was told nothing could be negotiated. I received 3 weeks vacation, a set salary, no relocation expense reimbursement. Working from home was also not an option.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Vantiv in May 2011.
Interview Details – I had a phone interview with the contracting company and was then brought on board without interviewing with my manager.
Interview Question – None, it was a straight forward phone interview just going over my prior experience. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Take it or leave it.
I applied through other source and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Vantiv.
Interview Details – Vantiv contacted me via linkedin to ask if I would be interested in interviewing. I spoke with two different HR screeners and basically got two different descriptions of the position. Each had a distinct version of the job including salary and hours. Interviewed next with three managers/directors. They were all very encouraging and supportive. I was left with the impression I was a good fit and would receive an offer. I sent my thank you notes immediately. Four weeks later still nothing. Finally sent a note to the recruiter asking the status and an interview with yet another director was set up for the next day. They were a no show. After three attempts the interview occurred. In the 5 weeks since my interview with the first set of managers, the reporting structure had changed and some of the dynamics of the job. This interviewer was abrupt to the point of being rude. Felt like I was only being interviewed because I had dared to ask the status of the position. They really asked no questions but took the opportunity to tell me how over worked they were.
Never received any communication, feedback, rejection notice, or request for follow up after that last interview. Very disappointed as I had heard very positive things about Vantiv.
Interview Question – Do you have what it takes to do this job View Answer
Very Easy Interview
I applied in-person and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Vantiv in June 2013.
Interview Details – Vantiv hiring process was the one of the best processes I had in a very long time very laid back very comfortable
Interview Question – One of the unexpected question was to tell a joke Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I did not need to negotiate I was won over by the interview
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Vantiv.
Interview Details – I received a call two days after applying for the position. The recruiter set up a phone interview for the following week, but then didn't call at the scheduled time. I emailed her the next day and see replied that she had just forgotten about me...We rescheduled and this time she did call. However, she was driving and on a cell phone during the interview. I couldn't hear a word she said because of the noise from driving. She spoke for about 20 min, only asking me two basic questions. She then said she wanted to schedule me for an in person interview the next week, but would have to wait until she got back to the office to schedule it. A few days passed without hearing from her. I followed up at which time she told me they went with another candidate for the position. This was an incredibly unprofessional interview and reflected very poorly on the company.
Interview Question – She really didn't ask any questions that were relevant to the job. Just the basic tell me about yourself blah blah blah... Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Vantiv in June 2013.
Interview Details – A couple different visits interviewing with 4-6 people. Nothing different from most companies.
Negotiation Details – I was able to get higher pay, higher bonus and longer vacation through negotiation.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Vantiv in March 2012.
Interview Details – The hiring process was fast. The recruiter contacted me by phone and was interviewed by phone at Vantiv. It was a pretty standard interview. Nothing unexpected. There was a lot of questions about how to handle difficult situations.
Interview Question – There was no difficult question. As I said is was very standard. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I wasn't able to negotiate. The offer was firm with now room for negotiation.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Vantiv.
Interview Details – A month long process, with three interviews after initial engagement from recruiter.
Interview Question – This was the typical..."tell me about a time when" type of question scenario. View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Vantiv in May 2013.
Interview Details – Referred by a friend and applied online. Received a callback for a phone interview 2 months later. Recruiter didn't ask many questions as the hiring manager had already reviewed my resume, so the phone interview consisted of an outline of the position. The next week I received a request for a group interview.
Group interview consisted of meeting with the people on the team (about 3 people). First I met with the hiring manager,who explained the position and the purpose of the division. Hiring manager then asked me to explain a little about myself. Then proceeded to meet with two additional people on the team. Each interview lasted approximately 45 minutes. Received an offer two weeks later.
Interview Question – 1. Define risk.
2. Describe a time you dealt with a difficult person.
3. If you had to explain something to an internal client, would you do it via phone, email, or would you stop by the persons desk?
4. How do you ensure you meet deadlines? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I didn't negotiate as the salary was a little more than originally described by the recruiter.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Vantiv.
Interview Details – Most of the candidates are overqualified for the positions for which they are hired, however that may only be due to current job market.
I was sent the following questions by the recruiter, after which I went on to the second portion of the interview, with the acquiring manager. Here are the questions:
1. Can you tell me a little bit about yourself?
2. How would you describe your personality?
3. What is your educational background?
4. Can you walk me through your work history?
5. Are you more interested in a manager role or an individual contributor role?
6. What are your career goals?
7. What are some of your greatest strengths/accomplishments?
8. What have you done or proposed for process improvement in the past or in your current role, if those suggestions went anywhere, and how you reacted to the success or rejection of those proposals?
9. How would you work through an issue you know nothing about?
10. What motivates you?
11. How do you perform under stress?
12. Can you describe a difficult situation that you had to deal with at a prior position and how you did so?
13. What is your SQL experience and some examples of your managerial responsibilities?
Interview Question – 9. How would you work through an issue you know nothing about? View Answer
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