Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Nutrisystem
- Client Service Representative (1)
- Visual Designer (1)
- Anonymous (1)
- Weight Loss Counselor (1)
- Senior Weight Loss Counselor & Social Media Liaison At Nutrisystem (1)
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Nutrisystem (Horsham, PA (US)).
It was well thought out and clear. It was quick as well. I was able to tour the facility, meet a few employees and get a good sense of the work environment
- All of the questiones were fair Answer Question
Easy and detailed
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Meeting with multiple people, application process, Background drug test, personality assessment, phone screen for skills testing.Open ending questions. Tour of the department. It was fairly easy, no crazy questions that caught be off guard.
- Questions for very typical for an interview process. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at Nutrisystem (Fort Washington, PA (US)) in December 2013.
The interview process is done in a streamlined fashion where you go through initial HR department, then a floor manager, then Supervisor (whether Weight counselor or any one of the supervisors) and then the rest of the communication is done through email. the hiring is focused through the busiest part of the "Diet Season" which lasts from (approx) November till May.
- Why should you be hired? 1 Answer
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Nutrisystem (Fort Washington, PA (US)) in June 2012.
After two interviews I was brought on as a contractor. The interviewer was prepared and very clear about the job requirements. I'm more than qualified to do the job, when I asked about different responsibilities, I was assured that there were no chances of moving to a different team.
- The interview was more about me giving a presentation than answering questions. I think because of the small team I was entering, the real test was wether or not my personality was the right fit. In the end I was chosen for a full time position. Answer Question
Fairly straight forward, I proposed an number and was given a fair deal.
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I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Nutrisystem (Fort Washington, PA (US)) in September 2009.
I was given a phone interview with the human resource representative. Online testing was done at home where I logged into a site that tested my proficiency on MS Office products. The tests offered a tutorial that went over all the necessary skills needed to pass the test. The personality test consisted of multiple choice and true and false questions. Those covered issues relating to customer service and adherence to company policy. For example, "The customer is always right. T/F" and "If a manager asks you to do something that is against company policy will you: a) Do it, b) Report them, c) Tell them you will do it and then not do it.
I also had a 1:1 interview with the human resource representative and one with the department head. Both were very conversational and there was no pressure to give the "right" answer. They genuinely wanted to find people who were motivated to do the job and who wanted to stay there. The company invested a lot of time in training and coaching, so they wanted people who intended to stay with the job.
- Was asked if I would find the transition from a computer tech background to counseling too difficult. It was a fair question and I answered as honestly as I could. The HR rep just wanted to know if I would get bored and want to leave, or find the position challenging enough. 1 Answer
I knew the hourly rate at the outset, and they were firm on that. However, I was able to negotiate a 2nd shift schedule that allowed me to make a $1 more an hour. I was also able to negotiate my shift hours as well as my days off.
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