What to expect during an interview

Statistics say that interviewing for a new job is one of the top 5 most stressful life events. What we’re going to be asked on an interview, what is expected of us when we get there, and finding a place where we feel comfortable and connected are all examples of things that can lead to added stress. That is exactly why we have decided to divulge as much information as possible to future candidates who apply to Conquest Marketing Concepts.
We have a three-step interview process. The breakdown of the interviewing process is outlined below.

Initial Screening Interview

We use our preliminary interview primarily to gauge a first impression. Because we do face to face sales and marketing, we feel like if we get a good first impression, then our clients will as well. For that reason, we limit the initial interview as a way to gauge that first impression.
The first interview format generally involves open ended questions from our hiring managers, and some general information about the position.
The interview will last no longer than 15-20 minutes.

The 2nd Interview

If invited back for the 2nd stage of our interviewing process, we will find a time and date that is aligned with your schedule to meet with you for a longer period of time.

This stage of the interviewing process is the most fun and definitely a unique opportunity!
A current employees of Conquest Marketing Concepts will conduct the 2nd round interview! We are of the opinion that a large majority of lives are spent working, so it is important to like the people and environment at work.

During the 2nd stage of the interviewing process, we allow a prospective employee to meet with a current employees either for coffee or in office. The Current employee will have a chance to get to know the prospective employee’s background, personality and what motivates them. The Current employee will open up and share some things about themselves as well.

In addition, during this stage of the interviewing process, we will review, in complete detail, all phases of the management training program, the objective requirements needed to move up in the company, compensation for the position and the average time frame for each position.
There is a large part of this stage of the process that we allow for a question and answer between the Conquest Marketing Concepts Campaign Manager and the prospective employee. After the 2nd round interview there will be some paperwork to fill out based off the information covered during the interview process.

3rd and Final Interview

This stage is with one of the hiring managers.
Based on our evaluation of the 2nd round interview and your paperwork filled out at after the 2nd round interview, you may have a final interview. If you do, the final interview will give you a chance to ask any remaining questions that you may have and it will give our hiring managers a chance to ask you some remaining questions.