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There is a variety of clients, practice areas and a chance to really grow in your profession. People are easy to work with and get along with professionally.
Possible changes effecting the overall culture of the firm as a whole. Maybe it's part of the growing process as companies grow change is inevitable.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Weaver (Midland, TX) in November 2014.
I gave my resume to Weaver at our university job fair in September an email about 4 weeks later for scheduling a phone interview. I conducted a phone interview which was really simple. The questions were mostly about my future plans, when I plan to graduate,and when I plan to sit for the CPA exam. It didn't even really feel like a screening/interview she talked to me like I was one of her besties. She told me I would hear something within a week of the call regarding an in office interview, unfortunately I didn't hear back from Weaver until about 2 and a half weeks later. I ended up calling Weaver and they informed me that they would like to schedule me for an office interview. After I called them they were very proactive on making sure I was taken care of. The in office interview was interesting, I was supposed to interview with 3 different individuals but ended up being interviewed by associate managers. They asked me just questions about my resume and future plans once again, nothing out of the ordinary. I wasn't sure if I was going to get an offer since one of my friends that had interviewed there earlier that day knew one of the partners, but thankfully they offered me the internship . I'm set to start my internship spring of 2015. It would be nice to intern at a Big 4 firm but I live in the Permian Basin and they are the largest firm here by far, so I'm excited for the opportunity. I really enjoyed the atmosphere and hospitality at the firm. I hope this helps whoever is reading this.
- I wasn't asked any difficult questions. My friends was asked questions about financial accounting and tax. I have a fairly decent solid resume with 2 other internships at leading companies in the energy industry, so I'm guessing that might be why I wasn't asked those questions. That's my guess. Answer Question
Founded in 1950, Weaver is the largest independent accounting firm headquartered in the Southwest.
With more than 500 employees and seven offices across Texas — as well as operations in California, Colorado and Connecticut — Weaver offers our clients the best of both worlds: the resources, depth of knowledge and experience you expect from a large, national firm, with the hands-on, personal level of service offered by a smaller firm with local resources. That’s what we call the Weaver Difference.