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Home Credit International Overview

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Amsterdam (Netherlands)
10000+ employees
1997
Company - Private
Lending
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Unknown

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    I worked at Home Credit International as an intern

    Pros

    Offered great one on one time with mentors
    Learned a lot about the industry

    Cons

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    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you're doing!

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Home Credit International Interviews

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    Social Media Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Overland Park, KS
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Home Credit International (Overland Park, KS) in April 2016.

    Interview

    Was contacted by a recruiter out of Atlanta about the Social Media Marketing job in Overland Park, KS. Had a phone interview with him. He forwarded my information to the local HR person. She contacted me for a short phone interview. Then the hiring manager contacted me for another short interview. After that, the HR person contacted me via email and set up a time to come in for an in-person interview. They are located on the Sprint Campus in Overland Park. At the in-person interview, I interviewed with three different people in succession.

    The first person was the Head - and he was very hard to read (and a bit hard to understand) during the interview. He didn't know much about social media. (Afterall, he's hiring someone to do it for him, so that makes sense.) The second interview was with my would-be direct boss who I had previously interviewed over the phone. I felt we had a great phone conversation, but after meeting in person her demeanor changed. Her body language was horrendous during the interview: Arms crossed, slummed in the chair. It was dreadful. She asked why I only had my work experience from the last 10 years on my resume, when she knows I had a "much longer work history." She also mentioned that my advanced degree was "more than the job required." My third interview was with a potential co-worker who would be my teammate. She was very smart and fun - and very experienced. I felt we got along really well.

    While I wasn't interested in the position once I learned how the company delivers its service, I felt it was important to follow through on the interview process in a professional way. I sent thank you notes to each person who interviewed me, including the local HR person. I received no acknowledgement from anyone on the local team after my interview. I contacted the original recruiter out of Atlanta by leaving a message on his voicemail. The next day I received a canned email saying they've chosen to move on with other candidates. The position was listed on Indeed again within a few weeks.

    Interview Questions

    • What tools do you use to manage social media?   Answer Question
    • Are you willing to work 24/7 monitoring and responding to social media channels?   Answer Question
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