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Interviews at Fingerpaint Marketing
I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing
Interview with several people on the team and some others in Account, PM and creative. Often have to do a project and present it, which kind of on boards you to what you’ll be working on
- Brands you like and why, background on what you’ve done before
The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing in Jan 2021
Interview was for 1798. The interview consisted of 4 separate 1 on 1 interviews to gauge my personality and whether or not I would “fit” (what felt like disrupt) their culture. Casual conversation, no real questions of substance asked.
- Are you familiar with market access?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in New York, NY
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing (New York, NY) in Nov 2020
behavioral and some star questions and she generally didnt ask question so I tried to intro my self and projects. First I applied the role and in 24 hours the recruiter reached me and we talk couple minutes with her then we connect with lead data sciences so tried to know me.
- why? and when you can start? and backgrround
I applied through an employee referral The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing
During the interview process I was able to meet a number of different team members. Each member shared details into the day to day, vision for the future and internal processes.
- What does client services mean to you?
Anonymous Employee in Conshohocken, PA
I applied online. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing (Conshohocken, PA) in Jan 2019
The interview process for Fingerpaint included completing a written application, going through a phone interview, and having a 1:1 in person interview! In depth questions about my experience and interest in the position were asked. Explanation of the job was included
- About my creative experience/portfolio
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied in-person. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing
The interview process was very thorough. Meeting with about 7 people, each in 30 minute increments. They each ask you similar questions, just to get to know you better individually. The process wasn’t difficult, but it was time consuming. Then, they assured me that I would hear back within 2 weeks, so I waited, and they never got back to me with an official answer. I even sent a follow up email, and they never responded to it. That was over 5 months ago, and still not even an email. Great company, but needs a better and more fair process for hiring employees.
- Why do you want to work at Fingerpaint Marketing?
I applied online. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing
Interview process was relatively short. Submitted my application online and heard back a couple of weeks later. There was a short initial phone interview and an in-person one at their office.
- How does your background relate to an internship at Fingerpaint?
Anonymous Employee in Phila, PA
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing (Phila, PA)
I applied for a position via linkedin right before the holidays. I heard back from Fingerpaint within two weeks. I was informed through email that my resume had qualified me for a telephone interview and to reply with a date and time that was convenient for me if I was still interested. The phone interview lasted about 30 minutes. Initially (first 10 minutes) questions were about my my field and what I was capable of. Then questions changed to personal interest and hobbies. The last 5-10 minutes were about any questions I had about the company. I asked about the culture and vision moving forward and what success in my role looked like to get an idea if a career was sustainable longterm. I was told that if I would be moving forward in the interview process I'd receive a call/email about an in person interview. Two weeks later I was emailed to select a time and date for an in person interview that would take 2 to 3 hours. Once arrived, I was walked through the office to a room and was told to wait until my first interviewer showed up. I interviewed with 5 or 6 different people sometimes two at a time but the process never felt overwhelming. Everyone was very nice offering me water and even snacks if I wanted. Most of the questions weren't about my qualifications but more about how far I was willing to go to help the team. They aren't big on titles and people drawing lines in the sand about what the job role is and isn't. Saying things like "that's not in my job description" or "that's so and so's job" seemed to be frowned upon from the beginning. They have a great culture that they're trying to protect and won't compromise regardless of how talented someone might be. Overall the interview process was positive and easy.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing in May 2018
Prior to my in-person interview, I had a phone screen which was pretty simple. During my in-person interview, I met with 4 different people and then gave a short presentation at the end. Overall, the process took ~2 hours and was fairly straightforward.
- How would your boss describe you?
Anonymous Employee in Saratoga Springs, NY
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Fingerpaint Marketing (Saratoga Springs, NY) in Mar 2018
Applied online, received an introductory call from HR, a phone screen with a manager, then an on-site with several people a few days later. All in all, easy interview process with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
- If you could ask yourself any question, what would it be and how would you answer?