Director of recruiting Interview Questions
202Director Of Recruiting interview questions shared by candidates
Don't remember much on questions. CEO bragged alot about himself and asked about my resume.4 Answers
Told him about my experiences.
Alternate position of assistant was offered to determine level of applicant's commitment to company, although originally responded to a director position. Wanted to see if applicant was just looking for ANY job. Gave off air of superiority, as if job was beneath "dignity". Clearly had trouble understanding industry and business model. As a Life & Health insurance brokerage, explained to applicant that she could write her own major medial insurance policy, once licensed, and would receive a commission as a result---which is standard industry practice. Just did NOT get this concept at all. If so confused about job, AND had such a negative impression of management and company, why accept job offer and waste so much time and training resources? All of which could have gone to someone who actually wanted the job. I am the company's founder. It is a fact. How is explaining the company's origin to a prospective employee bragging exactly? Less
FYI. Employee was terminated for cause.
You are overqualified. What makes you think you would stay?1 Answers
You are aware of the job market, today?
Why do you want to work for Ytel?1 Answers
I have been searching for a company with a quality product and amazing team. The icing on the cake is the fact the Nick, the CEO, has a true and genuine care for his employees. I've never met someone who understands the need to care for employees like he does! Less
Questioned about health insurance1 Answers
I need insurance
Background and competence based questions. Interviewers clearly had no military background and very little knowledge of the Army. Neither interviewer disclosed the serious project issues which the role was intended to address.1 Answers
Short summary of background and experience relevant to the role. Answered competence based questions on project management and key areas of the role. Prepared notes handed to interviewers covering the key areas identified in the job description, SWOT analysis of current contract situation and performance and ideas for addressing project issues. Less
The owner was mostly concerned with relevant eCommerce experience that adds value for his clients, a friendly, professional service-oriented perspective, and of utmost importance a sense of urgency and timeliness which is critical to our success. Moving quickly is key. He's also interested in the size & scope of your existing network that you bring to the table.1 Answers
Very casual interview over coffee.