With over 8,000 paid clients Wild Apricot is a full-service provider helping companies with membership management, event registration, website builders, email and contact databases, online stores and payment solutions, along with mobile applications. If you are both service and technically oriented, then this company should be on your Resume hit list. JobTestPrep will prepare you for every Wild Apricot pre-hiring demand, including online tests, a variety of interview style and the assessment center if applicable. Success is our middle name, so let's get you hired.
While keeping the customer at front and center, Wild Apricot is always looking for great technical talent who understand where the future lays. JobTestPrep will give provide you with all the tricks to pass your Wild Apricot Criteria Cognitive Aptitude Test (CCAT) along with another online test like Numerical, Verbal, Excel and SJT and Personality. Grab your future by the horns…
Expect tough questions in the interview process, but also be ready to ask your own questions as well. While they interview you, you must be prepared to do the same. Here are some ideas:
What can you tell us about yourself? This might just might be one of the most dreaded questions out there, but you should not be concerned. First, explain who you are professionally meaning a brief overview of your work history + a couple of titbits from your university days which led you to the position you strive for today. Next, choose two or three most important points from your CV and last why you have come in search of this position.
What is your biggest professional weakness? If you have a weakness (don’t we all) make sure it’s not among the job requirements. The trick is to choose a former weakness, which you have already fixed. Then go on to stress the importance of a candidate being able to successfully adapt and take on new roles. You are essentially turning your weaknesses into strengths.
How do you find working at the company? Your goal in asking this question is to pull as much information as possible about the company from the hiring managers perspective. Try to use this as a springboard to learn about company culture, day to day office interactions, staff-management relations and more.
How will the interview process progress? This is a bold question no doubt but will show the interviewer that you are serious about moving forward in the process. As long you are not cocky about it, people like confidence, so it could help boost your chances. Moreover, it will give you a greater understanding of where you stand in the process, you will generally be able to tell by the tone of the answer if they are serious about you or not.
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