The interview process is pretty brutal. There are phone screenings, and if you're lucky enough to get an in-person interview, they are rigorous. They are usually panel interviews with 3-4 people, consisting of the hiring manager (sometimes a secondary / unrelated manager for backup) and 2-3 team members. You are pelted with scenario questions that require lengthy and detailed responses. IF that first interview goes well, there is almost always a second interview with the same as before, but turned up a notch. The stress of the interviewing process at Thrivent is an easy 9 or 10. It's definitely rough!!
Also, as a side-note, a caveat to employment is passing an FBI fingerprint scan & background search. NOT joking.
Their is an extensive process and the position requires the completion of your Securities License at the Fereal and State level
Answered - Financial Advisor (Current Employee) - Tucson, AZ
Long. Lots of interviews and work you need to do to get to the next interview. It was really good because they want to make sure you are cut out for this kind of job.
Answered - Financial Associate (Current Employee) - Illinois
My interview process was quick. It was left up to the area manager who wanted to bring me on. Background went quick and interview with division manager at the Home Office was ok.
Answered - Fraternal (Former Employee) - Field
Was a simple and straight forward "fit" interview process
Answered - Office Professional (Former Employee) - Northbrook, IL
Complicated. You have to give an example and explanation for every detail of your answer even when there is no explanation available.
Answered - Security Operations Specialist (Former Employee) - Minneapolis, MN