Mission: Do good, have fun, and make money.
Where do you see healthcare in the next 20 years?
If given multiple job offers, what would be the determining factor in your choice?
Are you more of a big picture person or a details person?
Tell me about yourself.
What traits make a successful leader?
How much do you participate in meetings percentage wise?
What is a misconception people have about you?
Tell us about a situation in which you took charge of a team.
Think of a time when you were in-charge and the decision you made turned out to be the wrong decision. How did you handle it?
Describe a time when you may have encountered a difficult situation and the steps you took to ensure resolution.
What is the most interesting thing you have ever done?
What would you bring to this job that you feel others may not?
What is the best advice you would give to yourself five years ago?
If I spoke with your references, what would they tell me about you?
Describe your ideal supervisor.
What was the most difficult project you have ever taken on?
Give an example of a time you showed initiative.
Tell me about a time you were criticized. How did you take the feedback and improve?
What would you do if a customer expressed a problem with one of your team members?
What do you think is the most important trait in order to be successful?
How would you handle a conflict or disagreement with somebody on your team?
What would you do in a situation where you are a leader and you make a decision your team doesn"t agree with?
What do you do if you disagree with your leader"s decision?
If there was someone on your team who was chronically underperforming, how would you handle it?
Would you rather speak in front of 30 strangers, 6 colleagues you know kind of well, or 1 person of authority? Why?
Which of the following would be the most difficult to present to: the CEO of a company, a group of 5-8 people who are pretty educated on what you"re about to present on, or a group of 50 that have no background knowledge on the information you"re presenting?
How do you prioritize tasks and delegate responsibilities when managing multiple projects simultaneously?
Could you tell me about a time when a decision you made didn"t work out? What did you learn from it?
Describe a time where you successfully adapted a solution to meet a client’s unique requirements.
Describe a moment you’re proud of.
How do your short-term objectives contribute to your long term objectives?
Can you describe a community that is close to your heart? If you could, how would you contribute to it?
Can you tell me about a time when you had to motivate your team to learn new skills?
Stage 1: Phone screen or a recruiter call.
Stage 2: Online assessment through ProctorU. The assessment usually lasts consists of 3 sections: The first section is 10 math questions/brain teasers. The second section is 20 logic questions based around a made-up programming language. The third section is 4 programming questions. The candidate is given 3 hours to finish the test and he/she is monitored through the computer"s webcam the whole time to ensure that there is no cheating. There is also a Rembrandt profile personality test.
Stage 3: On-site interview beginning with a 15 minute brief hello with the recruiter, followed by a 30 minute video that covers company culture, the role, and other key information. Next, candidates have a 30 minute conversation with a data scientist or analyst, a 45 minute case study, and a 30 minute interview with a recruiter.
Pathrise is a career accelerator that helps people land their dream jobs. We regularly place our fellows at top companies like Apple, Amazon, and Meta. Our mentors have experience at companies like Apple, giving fellows the inside scoop on interview and company culture in 1-on-1 sessions.
We can’t guarantee you a job at a specific company like Apple. But we do guarantee you a great job–if you don’t accept an offer in 1 year, you pay nothing. Our income share agreement means you only pay with a percentage of your income at your new role.
Mentors work with fellows at every stage in search, helping them build the skills necessary to be the best candidate possible. Fellows in Pathrise usually see a 2-4x increase in application response rates, 1.5-3x increase in interview scores, and 10-20% increase in salary through negotiation.