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Consultant, Sales and Use Tax Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in April 2014.
Interview Details Emailed cover letter to manager and was asked to come in for an office interview. First interview was with a manager and a director. Second was a phone interview with principal. Both easy interviews, going through my resume and experience.
Interview Question – What are your biggest flaws? Answer Question
Tax Intern Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in January 2014.
Interview Details The whole process was facilitated by my school.The interview was laid-back- the interviewer had a set of questions that s/he had to ask, and simply jotted down some notes as we went down the list of questions. They were mainly stock questions about teamwork, leadership, strengths and weaknesses, and problem solving. Very similar to "tell me about a time when you..."
Interview Question – In what situation did you solve a problem using a technical/analytical skill? Answer Question
Consultant, Sales and Use Tax Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in June 2013.
Interview Details There was an initial phone interview. A few days later I got a call to set up an in person visit. I have 4 different meetings, very basic questions. I thought it went well but I got an email almost a month later saying that they had filled the position.
Interview Question – Where do you do you see yourself in 5 years\? Answer Question
Intern Interview (Negative Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 3+ months - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in September 2012.
Interview Details Interviewed on campus. The interview consisted of behavioral questions. Many were asked in a condescending and uninterested way. I was told that I would be hearing back in 6-8 weeks. Three months later, I have not been contacted. I also spoke to many other interviewees who have not heard back.
Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in five years? Answer Question
General Campus Recruiting Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through college or university - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in October 2012.
Interview Details One on one with manager + position interviewer. Figured they want to see how if you are comfortable with people in higher position. Mostly behavioral questions.
Interview Question – what's your weakness? View Answer
Tax Consultant Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC.
Interview Details For me, the interviewer started off by describing the duty and responsibility of the position I applied for. He then asked about my background both in school and out school in that specific field. After he finished main points, he then went through my resume. This is phone interview, and it's just about 30 minutes.
Interview Question – The interviewer did not actually ask me deeply in technical questions. Instead, he asked me in overall of what I have learned in this/that subject which will be used in the position I applied for. I think this is the main and most important question you should be best prepared to present yourself. Answer Question
Senior Consultant, Sales and Use Tax Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in April 2012.
Interview Details A phone interview with a HR person from Dallas. In-house interview with 2 senior consultant, 1 manager and finally a principal. The senior consultants asked many questions regarding working in a team. The manager asked more questions regarding the resume. The principal mainly asked me to talk about myself, and answered my questions.
Very Easy Interview
Executive Assistant Interview (Positive Experience; Very Easy Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in April 2010.
Interview Details It was pretty extensive, but all parts went very smoothly. Nice to see they don't just hire anybody.
Interview Question – The toughest questions always involves identifying a mistake or regret in your professional life, View Answer
Associate Consultant Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in September 2011.
Interview Details I applied online (twice) . The second time I was contacted to take a pre-employment assessment which consisted of some basic math, writing, and general personality questions. The assessments took about 90 minutes. I took the assessment the same day of receipt and emailed recruiter notification of completion. Recruitment team was very prompt in responding to emails. I did well on the assessments and was invited to a phone interview. The phone interview consisted of regular interview questions. "What do you know about Ryan?" , etc. The phone interview went really well and the recruiter let me know right away that he wanted to schedule an interview with the hiring manager. A few days later, I hadn't heard anything so I sent a follow-up email and I received a email inviting me to a face-to-face interview at a local office. I was told that I would meet with 3 people (30 minutes for each person). Prior to the office visit I had to complete a formal application and submit data for a background check.
At the office visit, the staff were friendly and prompt. First person I spoke with asked very basic questions about what do I know about the company, few questions about my background, and interests. All other interviewers had similar questions.
The only thing I found odd about this interview process was that the interviewers did not ask very detailed or specific questions. I felt like I was already qualified they were simply trying to get a feel for me to see if I was a good fit for the office. The weirdest thing is that I felt like I connected with each interviewer (they were engaged in my questions and we even exchanged a laugh here or there), however, I wasn't offered a job nor provided any feedback as to why. Even in my rejection letter, I was told that I was an excellent candidate.
I am still wondering what went wrong. Overall, the company seems great but I guess I would say hard to read.
Consultant Interview (Negative Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Ryan, LLC in April 2010.
Interview Details I had heard of the company through their recruting presence at our campus, just about every career fair they had at least one recruiter there. So naturally when it came time to start applying for jobs applied and got an on-campus interview. It was a one on one interview that consisted of a short personality test and a short ampltitude test that were to be completed the day before the interview. The interview itself was extremley short and very mudane. I can't remember the exact questions but they were very elementary, I don't really understand how they can make cuts with those type of questions. Originally, I thought I did not get an offer because it had been about 2 months since anyone at the firm had contacted me, but just last week I got an email saying that would like for me to do a phone interview so that was werid. I feel like they need to shorten this whole process because if it is this bureaucratic for the interview process, there is not telling what life in the actual firm may be like.
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