Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Citizens Bank
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- Banker (8)
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- Personal Universal Banker (4)
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- Quality Control Manager (1)
- Technical Writer (1)
- Senior Teller (1)
- Solution Architect, Officer (1)
- Online Advertising Department Manager (1)
- Obviously Free Consultant (1)
- Senior Presonal Banke (1)
- Internal Audit Rotational Program (1)
- Business Systems Analyst - Contractor (1)
- Assistant Manager (1)
- Licensed Banker (1)
- Risk Manager (1)
- Quantitative Analyst (1)
- Operational Risk Manager (1)
- Banker II (1)
- Team Leader (1)
- Assistant Branch Manager II (1)
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Citizens Bank (Wyomissing, PA (US)).
It was very easy to get a job here. I applied online, submitted my resume and because it was a referral I got hired right away. I was interviewed by the lead teller and the branch manager. I was sent for teller training in Hamburg for a few weeks, to go over processes and how to count money and basic teller tasks and how to use the system. Had to run through a workbook of exercises. Drug test, backround check, credit check
- How do you work with a difficult person? Answer Question
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took a week – interviewed at Citizens Bank (North Attleboro, MA (US)) in March 2015.
I submitted an application throug my school's career website and recieved a phone calle the next day. Following this I scheduled a 1 on 1 interview in bank office at a stop and shop location In North Attelboro MA
- Why did you pick your major? Answer Question
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied in-person – interviewed at Citizens Bank.
Before working for Citizens Bank, I was a patronizing customer. I was recruited by a prior manager who thought I had the qualities to make an impact within the branch I visited continuously. The interview process was taken within two different branches, where I was asked a series of questions involving my current work and educational status.
- I was asked several questions regarding why I would be a good fit for this company, and how I could impact the success within the company as well. 1 Answer
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at Citizens Bank (Orange, CT (US)) in January 2015.
After being recruited by citizens bank, I started the interview process about a month and a half ago. The first interview was with the recruiter over the phone. The second interview was with the regional manager at a bank location. And the final interview is with the bank manager at the specific location you are applying to. The first 2 interviews are more of getting to know you as a candidate and seeing if you are a right fit for the bank. The 3rd interview was a Q and A meaning the manager has a sheet full of questions and you have to answer. I was surprised that every answer I gave came with a follow up of why? When reviewing my experience I came to realize that the manager did not look at my resume before hand and asked questions that didn't relate to my experience. I was also surprised that when the manager was giving information on my role she stated that if a customer does online shopping they should have multiple checking accounts? I was confused about this and when asked to go into more detail I received hostility. Why would you want more accounts. Shouldn't you want more customers, instead of having every customer having multiple accounts.
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at Citizens Bank.
The easiest way to get hired is by applying through a staffing agency. The process from application to start date is about one and a half month. The staffing agency will contact and inform you of when to go for your interview at the contact center. My interview was done with two people. One asked the questions and the other took note of what I said. They asked a lot of questions but all of the questions were regular interview questions. No oddball or unexpected questions. Be prepared to give an example of a difficult situation at work.
- The most difficult question was giving an example of a challenging experience at my previous employment and how I handled it. Answer Question
I did not negotiate because I thought the salary was good.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Citizens Bank (Providence, RI (US)) in October 2014.
My current position is being eliminated and during a follow up call pertaining to another job interview, the hiring manager mentioned the Quality Control Manager Position was becoming available. I search on line and found the position. The hiring manager for the QCM position was involved in the initial interview and felt that a phone interview was appropriate. I interviewed with her and one other manager from her group.
- What are the biggest risks you see facing the current CFG contracts. Answer Question
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Citizens Bank in October 2014.
I heard about this position through my University's career connection site. I submitted my resume through the connection site and Citizens site as well. I also had to complete a recorded video interview through Citizen's cite which was comprised of about 7 questions (4 video responses and about 3 multiple choice basic questions). After submitting all the requirements to be chosen for an interview, I was contacted about two weeks after for the first round at my school. The interview was about 30 minutes long and very laid-back. About a week or so later, I received a phone call about making to the second round of interviews and it would be held at the company's headquarters in Smithfield, RI. It was a panel interview comprised of a recent graduate of the program, two internal audit department executives and the recruiter I previously interviewed for the first round. There were a lot of behavioral questions asked and focused many questions on my choice of internal audit. Unfortunately, I was not given a job offer.
- There were no difficult or unexpected questions asked. Typical behavioral/ why internal audit / why citizens Answer Question
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Phone then face to face. Some interview with regional others with just the branch manager it's an easy process not very hard at all. The the the the the the the the the theyou
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at Citizens Bank in August 2014.
Applied online, had one phone conversation with a recruiter in which we discussed salary, hours, and my resume. Had one in-person interview with the manager of the branch at which I would be working, and another interview a week later with the regional manage of CFG. I was called by a recruiter three days following the interview with the regional manager, and followed up with an offer letter via email. Within in a week from that, I did start up paperwork (all online) and got my fingerprints taken. Overall, the process was very easy and done mostly via email, which was convenient.
- What do you think this job is? Give me an example of what you think your daily tasks would be. 1 Answer
I was able to negotiate on the salary, but only to a certain degree due to my lack of experience in the field.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at Citizens Bank (Middletown, CT (US)).
Had one interview with the BM and ABM. BM called back and told me next steps to follow with human resources. Process was easy. Overall process took approx 10 days. Salary was told to me and growth was discussed at interview, though it never happened during my career with this company. Looking back I feel that I was fooled during the interview to what the job was really like.
- What experience do you have with being turned down in sales. Answer Question
They told me the pay and I couldn't neg because I didn't have previous banking experience
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