- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at BECU full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
Fantastic benefits, member focus, employee centric, innovative, forward-thinking, safe, trusted, great values.Cons
Fantastic that all employees offered free Orca train / transit card, however, connecting with vanpools is not easy. In lieu of Orca card, offer option to select a flat $ amount deposited to a Good 2 Go account to permit use of carpool lane.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
applied online - received an email to schedule phone interview. phone interview was pretty much just a review of my resume and why i left my last job - what i liked most about my last job- what I liked least about my last job? how did I hear about BECU? once i completed phone interview I was asked to come in for group interview: I was asked 3 situational questions (s.t.a.r. format) - after answering each question they asked you "what did you learn from that experience? Tell me about a time you applied what you learned in a different situation?" so three questions are really like 9 questions and youll need 9 answers.
after group interview i received an email stating that they would give me a call to complete a 20 minute phone interview. during the phone interview I was asked "to tell about a time I had to build trust with a coworker or employer? tell about a time I had to learn a new procedure or process?" i forgot the third question? remember after each question they ask "Tell me about a time you applied what you learned in a different situation?" so three questions are really like 9 questions and youll need 9 answers."
after i completed phone interview I was invited to interview with 2 supervisors.
I suck at interviews - they are normally very uncomfortable for me. however the supervisors were very layed back and made me forget i was in an interview (how corny does that sound?)
they asked me 5 situational questions :
*tell about a time i had to learn a new procedure or policy
*tell me about a time something didnt work out as great as you planned it to
*tell me about a time you had to build a relationship with someone at work
*tell me about a time when you went above and beyond to help a customerInterview Questions
Negotiation Detailsthey offered me the job - as well as informed me that I had a bench warrant for my arrest - considreing i had a warrant and they still hired me is pretty cool - also they dont drug testAccepted Offer
- "Tell me about a time you applied what you learned in a different situation?" so three questions are really like 9 questions and youll need 9 answers." Answer Question
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