I worked at Chapin Hill Advisors part-time
I’ve worked professionally for jobs all along the East coast, and somehow, among them all, meeting and interacting with Chapin Hill Advisers and its President stood out as an experience worth jotting down on an expired coupon. Working for Kathy was not long and yet… too long. If you find yourself looking to ease your way into the professional field of “Anxiety Induction,” then look no further. The benefits have no end…or beginning, but take this opportunity to impress your new date smelling like dog and bragging about your new position as a punching bag, because at Chapin Hill they can guarantee both. Perhaps if one was applying to be the janitorial manager of the local dog fighting warehouse, having Kathy Boyle on your resume might put you on the top three applicants. Challenge your sense of smell, patience, dignity, and self-respect and apply to Chapin Hill Advisers TODAY!
If you’re smart, weigh this option against volunteering with your local chain gang.
But really, if you actually apply, god bless.
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Advice to Management
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Chapin Hill Advisors in September 2014.
The President of the company had one phone interview with me which seemed more like a sales call. We talked little of my experience and she spent about an hour telling me the "benefits" of the company, all of which turned out to be false. She was surely trying to sell me on the position and validate her company. I had a second phone interview with the current personal assistant and she actually asked me standard interview questions. Over a month later I received a call back from the president asking "If I offered you the position would you actually accept it?" After I replied "Yes" she responded "Really? Oh, Okay Great!" As if she was in disbelief.
I then had to take a series of personality and basic skills tests. These tests were simple math problems (addition and subtraction), writing a draft business letter, and putting names in alphabetical order.
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