I have been working at Moss Adams LLP full-time
- great people
- pay is competitive but could vary depending on region
- long hours, work with the scheduler to get you on a smooth hours
Advice to Management
Partners: employees think highly of you. Please don’t be immature and an idiot in front of us.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Moss Adams LLP.
The interview process was very efficient. I was contacted by a recruiter three weeks after submitting my application. I had an initial phone screen with a recruiter who mainly asked about what I had put on my resume. She did not ask typical interview questions, however, she pulled points from my resume and asked questions about that.
I was then contacted less than one week later by the recruiter and was notified that I would be moving on to a phone interview with the manager I would be working under, should I be offered the job. This phone interview lasted 30 minutes and again, questions were pulled based what I had put on my resume. It was very conversational and did not feel like a typical interview with standard questions. At the end of the phone interview, the woman said that I would be moving on to the next round of interviews.
One day after my phone interview, I was contacted by the recruiter to set up an in-person interview. The in-person interview was set one week out. My in-person interview consisted of a video call with the director of the department (she was based in a different office). This was again very conversational. I talked about my experience and the conversation went from there. The woman interviewing me then told me about her background and a bit more about the role.
Once that was over, I had an in-person interview with the woman who would be my manager. As I had already had a phone interview with her, this was a casual conversation about any other questions I had for her.
I was contacted the same day with an offer. The process was very smooth and efficient.