AAA is the greatest motoring and leisure travel organization in U.S.A. and Canada. AAA offers travel, financial, insurance and automotive-related services. This non-profit organization is Headquartered in Lake Mary, Florida. The employees enjoy full benefits and the 401k plan.
AAA’s Available positions
Among the many open positions around America, are:
BI Developer in Providence, RI
Automotive Territory Specialist in Oakland, CA
Sales and Service Representative/Inside Sales in Decatur, IL
Insurance Customer Service Representative in Omaha, NE
Automotive Services Trainer in Independence, MO
License Services Representative in Minneapolis, MN
What is the Hiring Process?
The steps in the AAA recruitment process differ from one position to another. Below is a basic breakdown of the different steps:
Application: Apply online, or through college or university. Make sure that your resume is updated and edited before sending it.
Telephone Interview: The recruiter will ask you about your resume, explain about the role and company, and schedule the next interview. To get ready, read up about AAA, and go through your resume beforehand.
Interview(s): You might be interviewed by several senior managers.
Tests: You might be asked to take several exams.
Which Assessments are Required?
For each role, different assessments might be required. Focus on the following tests:
Personality: Assesses your characteristics and behavior using questions about your personality.
SJT (Situational Judgment Test): Gives an image of your problem-solving skills based on work-related scenarios.
Abstract Reasoning: Examines how you understand and analyze visual information.
Verbal Reasoning: Evaluates how you analyze and extract information from test with yes/no questions, or multiple-choice.
Mathematical Reasoning: Assesses your quantitative thinking.
Excel 2016: Tests your knowledge and level in Excel.