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What is the interview process like?

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To start with, I had an impromptu phone interview on a Tuesday. At the end, she scheduled me for a second interview that Thursday. It was short and sweet. Very relaxed. By the following Tuesday, I got an offer.

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I work for Citi and interviewed for several internal positions. Interviews will vary depending on department. Generally you will talk to a recruiter then interview with the manager and often a senior peer. If they like you, you will interview with the hiring managers manager. If you get that far, you have a very good chance because that person only interviews the top candidates. It can take up to 8-12 weeks for them to make an offer. There is a lot of moving parts involved In The process there.

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It needs some one who can tolerate ideas from people

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It was very relaxing. The in person interview lasted literally 22 minutes. It was very easy. She asked me questions from a packet and wrote my answers down. There were no curve balls. Every question was easy to answer because if you've held a few jobs, at some point you ran into the situations she presented.

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Was very simple and straight forward

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Tamarac, FL

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Three phone calls interview

Answered - Financial Reporting Analyst 2 (Current Employee) - National Capital Region

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Very long making long trips 2 times and then a third so process fingerprinting and background checks and the time frame to hear back about job waiting on information

Answered - Fraud Analyst (Former Employee) - Frederick, MD

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Seamless, they make you feel at home and allow you to express yourself. Family environment and a very much fun place to work at

Answered - AEM-Acct Entitlement Manager (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL

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The interview process is very relaxing. The interviewers do not intimidate you at all. They speak to you, not at you.

Answered - AEM-Acct Entitlement Manager (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL

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A panel of interviewers

Answered - Portfolio Manager (Current Employee) - O'Fallon, MO

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