MBA Rotational Program
City: New York, United States
Interviewed: May 2013
General Interview Information
College / University / On Campus Recruiting
Length of Process
What did the interview consist of?
Phone Interview1 on 1 Interview
Please describe the interview / hiring process.
This was the longest interview process of my life. I applied for the job initially in Sept 2012, but due to some shifts in senior management, I didn't actually interview for the job until April 2013. In the interim, I was told to speak with associates who were currently in the Rotational Program or had recently completed it. The actual interview consisted of a phone interview with an HR person, then three interviews with MDs at the Cherry Hill office. Only two of the three people were available (one had to go out of town suddenly), but those interviews were great: very conversational and fun, focusing more on my asking questions about the bank and getting to know the MDs (focus on fit). I wound up having to do a phone interview with the last MD about 2 weeks later, thereby pushing the decision process back for me. The phone interview was much more strictly focused on behavioral questions. Several weeks went by until I received a call from someone at the bank, but they hung up before I could answer the phone and returning the call only took me to switchboard. I received one more call and hang up about a week later. At that point, I thought I was being prank called, and emailed the HR people a couple of times and called them directly. They never responded, so I'm left to believe that I was not offered the position. Such a miserable way of communicating.
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