Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at J.P. Morgan
- Personal Banker (148)
- Licensed Personal Banker (111)
- Bank Teller (91)
- Teller (87)
- Analyst (59)
- Technology Analyst (57)
- Intern (54)
- Operations Analyst (51)
- Business Analyst (44)
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- Applications Developer (34)
- Summer Analyst (30)
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- Business Systems Analyst (16)
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Teller 20 Hours Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in November 2010.
FIrst take an online basic math quiz, then wait until an HR person Calls you for a preliminary phone interview, then if you pass that, you are invited for a one-to-one interview with an Assistant Branch Manager, then they decide if you are hired or not.
- Basic job questions, if you were in this situation what would you do and why? In the past when you were faced with a tough decision what did you do? stuff like that Answer Question
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20 Hour Teller InterviewApplication Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at J.P. Morgan in September 2012.Interview Details
Phone interview - asked me questions about experiences with customers. Dealing with upset customers and times when going above and beyond.
Service manager in branch interview- asked more customer service questions and questions pertaining to skills in balancing and teller transactions.
While awaiting call/3rd interview from first branch's dm I was graced with another interview at different branch.
Both service and store manger really dove into my customer service skills. I shared stories upon stories and even critiques of bad customer service I'd witnessed.
While awaiting call from that branch's dm I received a call from first dm and we spoke for 3:58 about why Chase and my career goals.
The next day I was offered that position! Stoked, but the offer was lower than expected: 10.25 and I felt I was worth more! No negotiating. So I declined. I should have sold myself better!Interview Questions
Reasons for Declining
- Why Chase? View Answer
Pay 10.25 wasn't worth hard work of switching jobs and forming new relationships. My current job at 10.00 just offered me the same .25/ 6 months raise. My expectation for my next job, after assessing my skills is 11.00 - $12.00.Declined OfferEasy Interview