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Interview Question

BOA Branch Office Administrator Interview

You may get a "BOA Hiring" rep that wants to impress you

  with how important their job is by pretending the position requires a high degree of skills, but know the interview process is relatively easy to prepare for by being straightforward and honest with your work history. Otherwise, there may be the usual 'dumb' questions because the financial advisor wants to impress you with their business acumen. If so, run quickly from the office. as the position is strictly administrative with some very 'scripted' marketing that is wholly dependent upon the advisor. There is plenty for the branch office administrator to do every day - in some ways, the job never ends. However, it is not difficult work, it is not dirty work, and it is not heavy work. It is repetitive, administrative, and highly regulated; it is a solitary position with lots of time spent working with the financial advisor doing whatever is asked of you to do to get clients into his/her office. You are expected to be in the office every day from beginning to end, expected to do every aspect of a marketing event from soup to nuts on a shoestring budget, you will earn your paycheck and not much more, you will get benefits and their value is worthy in today's employment climate. Don't forget - it's just a job.

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