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Nationwide P/C Processor I Interview Questions

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P/C Processor I Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Canton, OH
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Application

I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Nationwide (Canton, OH) in March 2013.

Interview

I applied online and was contacted via email a few days later stating that I met the minimum qualifications for the position. I was then asked to complete the background check information, a pre-screen application, and a data entry skills assessment. About a week went by and I heard nothing. I was then contacted by one of the regional recruiting specialists and conducting a phone interview that lasted roughly 20 minutes. At the end of the phone interview, I was asked to set up an in-person interview at the local Nationwide office where I would be seeking employment. My in person interview was for a week later. I attended the interview and believe I did well, even answering some questions that were difficult to answer given my background. I was interviewed by three people: one person was from HR, the other was a supervisor from the department in which I would hopefully work, and the other was a hiring supervisor at one of their other locations (she was there via the phone). I thought I handled the interview well and was told I would be contacted within a week, regardless if they chose to hire me or not. A little over a week went by, and I've heard nothing, not even a word from the two recruiters I went through (even though I contacted them via email a couple days later). Needless to say, I have not heard back from them at this point, in which I'm extremely disappointed because it seemed like a perfect fit for my skills and degree.

Interview Questions

  • Most of the questions were of the "Tell me about a time when you had to..." variety (STAR: Situation, Task, Action, Result). You also are given a folder at the beginning and you have to choose 3 words, out of 9 possible, that best describe you, and you are asked to explain why you chose each one of them. Another question was why am I interested in the insurance industry? (Answer I gave below).   3 Answers
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