Since its founding in 1976, Colliers has grown into an organization with over 15,000 workers, sitting in 500 countries spanning 68 countries worldwide. If you understand the world of real-estate and want to be involved in wide range of services, including investors and developers, project management, property and asset management, consulting and more than Colliers is up your alley. JobTestPrep stands ready to help you prepare for the real-state agent and associate pre-hire exam along with a host of others including verbal, mathematical and abstract reasoning – just to name a few. Let’s get started.
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As you get ready for your Colliers interview, let’s take a closer look the marketing coordinator position, so you can get a sense of how they do business.
Marketing Coordinator Position Hiring Process
Phone Screening: Phone Screening: You should expect lots of elimination questions on your hard and soft skill-sets, background and job experience. Don’t be fooled, as this is not a formality. Make sure to answer questions quickly, take the call in a private place, have your resume on you for reference and at the end, ask what is next.
Panel Interview: You will now be called in for a panel interview. At Collier, interviews of these nature tend to be between 4 to even 15 individuals who all will switch off asking you questions in quick succession. Be calm and try to take control of the situation by turning answers into conversations.
Pre-Hire Tests: Along with the interviews, the company may ask you to take any number of tests, including verbal, mathematical and abstract reasoning, excel, personality among others. JobTestPrep will help you prepare and beat the odds.
Questions for the Interview
Here are some questions that you should defiantly prepare for ahead of the interview. Additionally, keep in mind that they will ask you on your knowledge of the market and wider industry.
Q: So, tell us about your background.
A: First, make sure to end off on a high note. Start in the present or what you are doing now, then move to how you go there and then tell them where you want to go. Try to explain to them how the job in question fits into your long term plan.
Q: Why you?
A: The question is tough. You have to walk a fine line between being confident and not coming off as a blow heart. Be clear about what you bring to the table, review the requirements of the job and show that you can succeed and thrive with the company. You can also bring in values.
Q: Can you handle a serious workload?
A: What they are really asking is you can handle pressure and fast-paced work environment. Share your techniques for dealing with high-stress situations, both acknowledge that there is stress, while showing how you can persevere.
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