Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at General Motors
- Software Developer (40)
- Engineer (24)
- Intern (11)
- IT Analyst (7)
- Design Release Engineer (7)
- Engineering (6)
- Mechanical Engineer (6)
- Validation Engineer (5)
- Business Analyst (5)
- Financial Analyst (5)
- Associate Software Developer (5)
- Software Engineer (5)
- IT (4)
- Finance (4)
- Finance Analyst (4)
- Controls Engineer (4)
- Data Analyst (4)
- Project Engineer (4)
- Project Manager (4)
- Senior Financial Analyst (4)
- Design Engineer (4)
- Process Engineer (4)
- Production Supervisor (4)
- Program Manager (3)
- Product Engineer (3)
- Manufacturing Engineer (3)
- Production Group Leader (3)
- Connected Customer Specialist (3)
- Electrical Engineer (3)
- Senior Buyer (3)
Financial Analyst Interview
interviewed at General Motors (Oshawa, ON) in February-2014.
Applied online through the company website took few months to get the interview call. Received a call from the HR rep and the time for interview along with the day was flexible. There was only one interview with two managers and all they asked were behavioural questions. They want to know more about you and what you can do rather than the technical aspect as you can learn that once you start work if you are dedicated. The interviewers were really friendly and laid back I didnt feel even a little nervous after the first few questions.
- None. All were straight forward behavioural questions. Answer Question
Not much negotiation as I didn't have that much experience.
Other Interview Reviews for General Motors
Financial Analyst InterviewDeclined OfferDifficult InterviewDeclined OfferDifficult Interview
I applied through college or university – interviewed at General Motors.
2 one on one interviews that were very comfortable and mostly behavioral at first. Then more analytical questions were added into the interview but none that were too challenging. Then two more interviews followed and a financial modeling test.
- How are all the financial statements connected? Answer Question
Financial Analyst InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at General Motors.
My process started with a resume drop at a career fair, I actually missed the finance contact but was contacted for a phone interview with a recruiter a week later. I then had onsite interviews with 4 different Finance directors and had to complete a case study. Though the process may have changed slightly (i.e. multiple interviewers) the core of the process is roughly the same.
- Business case is usually shaped around some recent experience/project. Technical capabilities are expected but rational business sense should also be used Answer Question
Financial Analyst InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at General Motors (Detroit, MI (US)).
Got call from a recruiter asking about resume. Follow on interview with a hiring manager, asked general questions and some specific about position. Went in for interview, started with a case study on the Impala. Not hard, development and sales cost of the vehicle, looking for total NPV. Didn't look at summary, so do even worry about the document just a simple finance problem. Follow on with HR, situational questions, and how great GM is and why you should get hired.
- Nothing hard, interviewers weren't very friendly. No feedback either way during interviews. Answer Question
Financial Analyst InterviewNo OfferAverage InterviewNo OfferAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at General Motors in November-2012.
Interview with two campus recruiters for a position located at Detroit HQ. The two one on one interview was in connection with a Campus Career Fair and involved at least 20 others. There was a series of questions that dealt with mobility, experiences, resume review, and a few technical questions. Be prepared to answer questions based on recent coursework and simple financial analysis.
- Simple analytical questions that can take you off guard if your not focused, get a good night sleep Answer Question
Is this helpful? The community relies on everyone sharing – Add Anonymous Interview Review