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Wells Fargo Interview Help and Tips – How to get hired at Wells Fargo

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Wells Fargo Hiring Process
We can help you get hired at Wells Fargo.  We work with the Wells Fargo recruiters (most based in Des Moines, IA).  They act as the gatekeepers and only allow a few select candidates that meet select criteria, into the interview process.  Wells Fargo generally receives between 50 – 100 resume per job opening.
Wells Fargo Screening Process
  1. Review Resume against criteria stated in Job description
  2. Select about ten candidates to send to hiring manager
  3. If there are no internal candidates then select 3 – 5 for phone interviews
  4. The process then is different by hiring manager but usually the final 2 – 3 make it for face to face interview.
  5. Hiring manager selects the top two for peer reviews
  6. Hiring managers will submit top two candidates to their manager for interview
  7. HR makes offer
What you must know:
        The must haves in the job description
        You must fit the company culture (Vision and values)
        Brief knowledge of the company history and financial services
        Wells Fargo company culture is different than other banks.  They look for long term employees and have a larger emphasis on diversity than other banks.
Wells Fargo Interview Questions – Will start out with asking about yourself and why you feel you are a good fit for the position.  Questions transition into your fit for company and why you want to work there. Be ready to state your career goals vs. personal goals.  Do not miss on these softball questions.
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Click Here for a free Email quote for a Wells Fargo Interview Coach or Call MVPSource today at 704-837-8203 about interviewing Wells Fargo.
Wells Fargo Major Locations
San Francisco, CA (HQ)
Minneapolis, MN
Des Moines Iowa
Charlotte, NC
Ft. Mill, SC

Boston, MA

New York, NY

Chicago, IL

San Antonio, TX

Phoenix, AZ

Richmond, VA

Birmingham, AL
Key Interview tips
If you get by the HR gatekeepers and you know anyone that works at wells they can look up the position from the internal website and find the hiring manager.  Hopefully they can send him a note about you and help you can get you past HR.
The Wells Fargo interview process is long and a candidate must be patient as there process can take up to three months.

Wells Fargo the Company

Wells Fargo History:
In the year 1852, founders Henry Wells and William Fargo established the company to commit to one thing: serving the West. Their two main services back in the day were banking and express deliveries. Their roots were set in San Francisco, with numerous other offices opening up throughout different parts of the West. By the mid-1860's, the company dominated the West by being the go-to place for deliveries across the land. And just twenty short years later, they expanded across the entire country, making them the first nationwide express company. They didn't just stop at the United States though. No, they sought after much bigger things. After adopting the motto "Over-the-Seas", the company's mission wasn't just to go national but enrich the global economy as well.
 From the bustling city streets of New York and Chicago to the rural backroads of the Midwest, Wells Fargo offered their services to anybody who needed gold guarded, funds transferred, and money delivered. By 1910, about 6,000 locations were linked across the country. Just eight years later, in 1918, that number jumped to nearly 10,000. But all good things can't last forever. Because of the First World War, the company went from 10,000 locations down to just one. That one location, ironically, turned out to be where it all started in San Francisco.
The setback from WWI didn't hinder the company inoperable though. Wells Fargo slowly began to expand again throughout California. During much of the 20th century, they also eventually started to service the West once again. In the 60's, one of northern California's regional banks became Wells Fargo. By the 1980's, the company became the 7th largest national bank while branching out a bit after launching their online service. Today, Wells Fargo reaches every corner of the U.S., from Pacific to Atlantic, and over the World Wide Web all over the world.

Most common Wells Fargo Job Openings
  • Analytics Manager
  • Business Consultant
  • Analytic consultant
  • Teller
  • Loan Specialist
  • Lending Officer
  • Security Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Programmer (coder)
  • Strategy Consultants
  • System Engineer
  • Solutions Architect
  • Database administrator
  • Data warehouse architect
  • Data warehouse specialist
  • ETL / DI specialist
  • Developer
  • Retail banking manager
  • Business Development
  • Inside Sales
  • Product Manager
  • JAVA Programmer
  • Business analyst
  • Financial analyst
  • Marketing analyst
  • Securities analyst
  • Statistics programmer
  • Statistician
  • Quality analyst
  • Clinical data programmer
  • Report programmer
  • Database programmer
  • Systems/network programmer

What is a Wells Fargo interview coach?  Why use an interview coach?
An interview coach empowers and encourages you to do your absolute best and highlight and sell your strengths during your interview (phone interview or face to face interview).

A Wells Fargo Interview Coach will train you to present and sell
yourself during your interview and express the points you need to emphasize what Wells Fargo HR and hiring managers will be looking for from you resume.  Let MVPSource and their team of interview coaches’ help you improve your interviewing skills so you can get the job you want.  We can help you to become a better candidate so that you can impress and leave a lasting impression to help you stand out from other candidates.  With our coaching, you can strengthen your potential and increase your chances of getting hired. You will learn the following and more:

Before the interview, a Wells Fargo Interview Coach will teach you to:
  • Increase your awareness regarding your strengths and areas for improvement
  • Prepare to make a lasting positive impact on potential employers
  • Strengthen your answers to make a greater impression
  • Stand out above the rest
  • Become familiar with the interview process
  • Relaxation techniques so you can me more calm, cool and collected and less nervous
  • Dress appropriately
  • Maintain eye contact
  • Increase your self-confidence and self esteem
  • Appropriately ask questions to be repeated for better understanding
  • Become more prepared for questions such as, “What can you bring to our organization? “Why should we hire you instead of another candidate?” etc.
  • Also, to increase your knowledge of what questions you should ask during an interview and what questions you need to avoid
  • Strengthen your presentation skills
  • Be more inspired, driven, determined, passionate, etc.
  • Practice with mock interview with one or more of the team of interview coaches
  • Much more (creating an impressive resume, writing a strong letter of interest, etc.)

During the interview coaching session, you will be coached to:
  • Be more confident
  • Be more passionate about who you are and what you can bring to their agency
  • Provide strong, honest and impressive answers
  • Remain relaxed and calm
  • Maintain appropriate eye contact
  • Stand out among the other interviewees
  • Conduct in outstanding oral presentation skills
  • Give an impressive answer to the infamous question, “What are your weaknesses? Or “What areas do you need to improve on?”
  • Adequately relay to a potential employer how you can be an asset to their organization
  • Be impressionable so that you won't be easily overlooked

After the interview, the interview coach will help you:
  • Write an impressive and prompt thank you note
  • Feel good about yourself and your interview
  • Make appropriate follow-up call(s)
  • Move forward whether you get the job or not
  • Help you negotiate your salary, benefits, vacation and potential signing bonus
An interview coach will prepare for your next opportunity.  Face to face interviews or being screen by a phone interview, chances can few and far between.  Make each one count.  An interview coach will get you ready.

Wells Fargo Competition
Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, US Bancorp, Capital One,  PNC Financial Corp, HSBC and TD Bank

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