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What is the interview process like?

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Over the top vetting and false option for salary negotiation.

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Phone interview screening for job fit. Video response interview with job fit and behavioral questions. In person interview with one or two hiring managers. It took me about 3 -4 weeks from start to finish to get hired on and start the next training session .

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I applied for a Senior Service position. About 5 days later, I got an email to submit a video interview. It was basic interview questions. 3 days after that, I received an email for an on site interview. That interview consisted of behavioral questions and using the STAR method. About 3 days later, I received a call welcoming me to the team.

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3 interviews. First with recruiter. Behavioral interview and job fit questions with managers. Not too bad.

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The interview process is great and sustainable

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Interview was first a phone screen then a group interview of 4 Capital One employees

Answered - Systems Engineer (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA

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There are two phases, one is a digital interview where you answer questions provided on the app. The next phase you go in person and are interviewed by two managers.

Answered - Sr Coordinator (Former Employee) - Plano, TX

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Generally there are assessments, video interviews, and then an in person "Power day" where you will have multiple interviews in one day. Look on the we-site they outline the process pretty well.

Answered - senior director (Former Employee) - Richmond, VA

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I did the online application on Wednesday and the Virtual Interview on a Friday. Monday morning the recruiter called me for an in person interview, which I did that following Friday morning. The next Tuesday afternoon, the HR specialist called me to offer me the job.

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Phone Interview/Virtual Interview via webcam/In person interview. Not so bad, just have a few experiences handy to speak about, that highlight your strengths.

Answered - Teller (Current Employee) - New York

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