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Interviewing

We want you to succeed

What we look for

While there’s no exact template for success at E-SPIN our people share some qualities that help make us successful–and that make working here meaningful for Together Everyone Achieve More (T.E.A.M.).

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Personal Impact

We look for people who can develop and implement creative solutions to challenging problems and work well with teams to do it.
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Entrepreneurial Drive

We look for people with an entrepreneurial spirit: innovative by nature, always creating new approaches, products, services, and technologies.
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Problem Solving Skills

Helping clients solve tough problems and implement solutions requires strong intellectual abilities and rigor as well as a practical sense of what works and what does not.
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Leadership Abilities

We seek people who strive to lead themselves, their teams, and their communities, and who can foster effective teamwork to drive results.
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Getting ready

Interviewing helps us to learn about you as a person and a potential colleague, and it helps you to learn more about E-SPIN, our people and what you could do here.

We want you to be excited, not anxious, about your interviews. Our interviewers are smart and caring people who are eager to get to know you, answer your questions and help you find your fit at E-SPIN. Our advice? Relax, be yourself, take your time, and don’t forget to interview us.

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Interviewing

Interviewing is a big deal but it’s not as intimidating as you might think. You’ve already impressed us with your application, so take this opportunity to make a personal connection. Get to know your interviewer, ask questions, and above all be yourself.
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Experience interview

We like to hear about your experiences—accomplishments and challenges alike—to discover skills that will enable you to thrive at E-SPIN. Come prepared to discuss some important experiences in a detailed way, focusing on your specific role and describing the key actions that were critical to success.
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Case interview

We believe the best way to assess your problem-solving skills is to discuss a real client scenario with you. This helps us understand how you structure tough, ambiguous business challenges, identify important issues, deal with all the implications of facts and data, formulate conclusions and recommendations, and articulate your thoughts in a fast-moving discussion.

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