I worked at Arvest Holdings full-time for more than a yearPros
Care about their people.
Train you frequently and in different waysCons
Not a lot of career movement at the time.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Arvest Holdings.Interview Details
I applied. About 2 weeks later they called me in. I had to take a personality/preference test to see if I would fit in with their view...typical questions about how you would handle customers in this or that situation. Then a test asking your preferences...like would you rather work with customers or behind the scenes. They want to make sure honey always get a good fit because they put a lot of training into new hires. I passed that. Then a couple days later hereby called for the interview. It is typical for them to do a group panel interview but thankfully I did not. It was just me and the supervisors of that branch. They were very kind and considerate. About a week after that they called and asked me to come in for a second interview.I had just moved to that town and I only had one dressy outfit that I wore to the interview and I told them I could come in but I would not be business dressed and they said it was fine and they offered me job. It was a great experience.Interview Questions
Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
- I was asked to sell this Mexican Hat pen to the manager. She handed me the pen and told me to sell it to her. Answer Question
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Arvest Bank Group operates more than 240 locations in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Through Arvest Bank, it provides traditional services such as checking and savings accounts, CDs, and credit cards. The bank's lending activities mainly consist of commercial real estate loans, residential mortgages, and business, construction, and consumer loans. The group maintains a decentralized structure of about 15 individually chartered banks; local managers and directors control lending decisions and deposit rates in many communities. Descendants of Wal-Mart founder Sam...