My first time joining the company:
I applied for a part time teller position around Mid-June 2009. I was contacted by a recruiter, she told me my starting pay and set up a group interview.
At the group interview, we introduced ourselves, had to promote one of three products: online banking, a checking account, and a savings account. After that, the recruiter called us in one by one and told us whether or not we were to advance. The branch I applied too became full so she redirected me to another one for my second interview with the manager the following week.
The manager asked me a couple simple questions such as availability, experience and how well I'm suited for this. Then they asked me to sell my phone to them. I did pretty well, thanks to the fact that I had a Blackberry and I knew a lot about them.
I believe my recruiter called me the same day and told me that I got the job. I then filled out some online paper work, scheduled my fingerprinting and I-9. Then I went to orientation the following Monday.
The following week I began the two week training process at a central branch with several other new tellers.
I ended up starting on July 26th or so.
My second time joining the company:
I applied around June 14th for a part time teller position.
I was contacted a week later and was told that i could skip the group interview and went straight to the interview with a Branch manager since this was the second time I was joining the company.. The interview went nice and easy. It revolved around my past experience with the company, a little about myself, and my upcoming availability.
My recruiter contacted me a week later on the 21st saying that I got the job and that I needed to begin filling out my background information. After the phone call I began the online background app that my recruiter sent me via email. It asks about your past employment and address information for the past ten years or so.