Senior Vice President Interview Questions

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Citi Interviews

10 Senior Vice President Interview Questions and Reviews

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Bank of America Interviews

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Edelman Interviews

4 Senior Vice President Interview Questions and Reviews

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Aug 26, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Vice President Special Projects at Bayview Loan Servicing:

“What is your greatest weakness.”


Aug 15, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Vice President International at Soraa:

“Sales growth forecasts in the first year.”


Jul 15, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Vice President at SunTrust:

“Why am I interviewing you for the job if I already know you?
What would you do if you don't get the job and (XXX) does get it? (internal posting, referring to another colleague that was also posting…”


Jul 2, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Vice President at HSBC Bank USA:

“My question - If US wishes to follow UK benefit pattern, consider this - The UK companies offer other benefits like car and cheap mortgage loans.”


Jul 2, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Vice President at HSBC Bank USA:

“My request for a sign on bonus.”


Jul 2, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Vice President at HSBC Bank USA:

“None, the hiring manager was not a regulatory technical subject matter expert. No audit related question though it was an audit role.”


Jun 17, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Vice President at Kimley-Horn and Associates:

“Describe your career growth expectations and goals for each of the 10 year milestones of your anticipated career duration.”


Jun 10, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Kimley-Horn and Associates:

“questions were easy and strightforward. No stumpers”


May 29, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Soraa:

“What are your strengths as a worker?”


May 20, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at AIG:

“How would you handle a complex work problem spaning multiple departments and countries where there is no clear common outcome, and may actually be desired outcomes that seem to be at cross purposes?”