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Prepare for CIBC Hiring Process

Regardless of the role you have decided you would like to take on within the company, the CIBC recruitment process will be similar. Below you will find the steps most commonly reported by previous applicants:

  • Application Process: After selecting one of the many jobs being offered on the CIBC website, you will need to upload and submit your resume.
  • First Interview Stage Once your resume has passed the initial screening process, a recruiter will reach out to you either by phone or email to schedule a phone interview with you.
  • Aptitude Exam: The aptitude tests that you will need to participate in and pass during the hiring process will differ depending on the position you have applied for. Be prepared to take job-specific, personality, and situational judgment assessments during this process.
  • Final Interview Stage The interview or interviews that you will need to go through prior to being offered the job will be held face-to-face. Your face-to-face interviews will either be held one-on-one or in a group/ panel format.

CIBC Aptitude Tests

Regardless of the position you have applied for with CIBC, you may be required to take and pass one or more psychometric/ aptitude tests. Our exclusive PrepPacks™ include everything that you will need to brush up on the skills sought-after by CIBC to outshine the other applicants vying for the same position.

Access dozens of practice tests and study guides, as well as interview preparation materials to ensure your success during the course of the CIBC recruitment process.

CIBC Interview Questions

During your phone interview, you will be asked questions based on your resume, as well as those concerned with your availability and salary expectations.

In your in-person CIBC interview or interviews, you will be asked mainly behavioral questions, as well as some technical questions pertaining to your role. Below you will find several examples of the type of questions you may expect:

  • Why would you like a career with CIBC?
  • Do you like working independently or as a team?
  • Tell us about a time where you needed to problem solve.
  • Describe a difficult task and how you overcame it.

To express your answers in a structured and engaging manner, we recommend using the STAR technique.


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