We'll ask you to describe an occasion when you came up with a creative way to improve a process or solve a problem.I also like to hear about a time when you anticipated a potential problem and took action to prevent it.Everyone has a different response to social media outreach.Some people won't accept a Linked In request unless they know the person, while others like to build their database with as many people as possible.Oriana Vogel, vice president of global talent acquisition, explains what she's looking for in new hires. Fun and stylish — and I don't just mean that in the fashion sense. We place about 18,000 roles a year throughout the company. We are competing for the same type of talent you might think of going to e Bay, Amazon, or Google. Phoenix, Salt Lake City, and Fort Lauderdale are our additional key hiring cities.
What types of questions do you typically ask in an interview? We want to understand what you have done and how it relates to the job you're considering.And we have representatives at career fairs such as the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing and the National Black MBA Association.What is your etiquette on candidates interacting with you on social media?American Express is regularly lauded as one of the best companies to work for — particularly for its flexible schedules and workplace diversity, which extends to gender, race, and sexual and religious orientation. Our digital payment and technology areas are growing very rapidly.The company, headquartered in New York City, has 50,000 global employees, and that number is growing rapidly due to expansion of both onsite and remote positions. We are looking for coders, programmers, designers, developers, and engineers.
That might seem obvious, but a lot of people come in unprepared. New York is smart casual, and some of the other locations may be more casual. So do your research about the job and the culture of the office you're visiting. You're going to interview with a lot of people, so be sure not to CC the same response to everyone you interview.