Accounts payable accountant Interview Questions
32Accounts Payable Accountant interview questions shared by candidates
Tell us about your past employers3 Answers
All information is in the packet you made me fill out
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This agency was the worst in human relations. For the most part, during our Skype interview, the agent looked at his keyboard and not the screen. Makes me wonder the guilt associated with all that contradiction spewing from his mouth. Or that he was a music major, paying the bills in this position. Not a very good experience, but hey, I did not need their services after all. Less
Brief introduction about yourself1 Answers
Summarize the education and work experience on your resume.
Tell me about yourself?1 Answers
I focused on my work experinces and skills.
Where did you leave currently?1 Answers
I leave in Tanauan City, Batangas.
Q: Have you take any accounting course before? Do you understand credit and debit?1 Answers
Yes, I take advanced accounting and financial statement analysis courses before.
It's a very basic interview. Tell me about yourself. Why do you think you are a good candidate for CG&P? Tell me about how you handle conflict? Where do you see yourself in 5, 10, 15 years? There are no questions to see if you are a good fit for the monotony of data entry that is required in the position. Instead, the interview focused more on personality as low lvl management is interested in finding people that are positive and willing to bolster management where possible.1 Answers
I think I could be a good candidate, for I've been in the plant industry all my life, I'm willing to share my knowledge and also build my knowledge, if I don't know a answer I will ask or look up the answer. I think with my knowledge I could push tie in sales, I'm not shy so I'm a go getter, I work in timely manner and I'm self motivated, love to work, and meet people Less
They let me know the job might be moving from Bellevue into downtown Seattle within a year and asked if I would still be interested in the job.1 Answers
Really liked everyone on the team and would have liked to work with them. I felt that I might be offered the position but the possible commute would have been a hardship. I decided it would be best to let them find someone willing to make the move rather than work a year and have to leave. Less
how long i have worked in accounting, my previous work experience, how many years of experience i have in accounting, if i was able to relocate in Poland , why i applied for this position, my motivation to work in Infosys BPO1 Answers
Hi. thanks for sharing your experience. I was wondering if you could tell a bit more on the IQ test. what kind of test is that? Like a GMAT GRE or an easily manageable one? I am sort of in the process. Less