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Pitcher Partners

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at Pitcher Partners

8.7 rating for Recruitment, based on 15 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Phone call, short online assessment, in-person interview with HR and 2 managers, interview with 2 partners - offer at the end of the second interview. Interviews were all very relaxed and involved casual conversation.
I was hired through the vacationer program and offered my graduate role as a result of that. For the vacationer position I undertook one interview, completed an aptitude test and attended a networking session.
Online application and interview with HR member.
After submitting my application, there were online tests, followed by a one on one interview.
Very casual and welcoming
application. partner interview
The process went well. As I was doing my interview process outside the standard periods there was a bit of follow-up required by me. Other than that it went all quite smoothly.
Very structured and organised interview questionnaire
A standard process. Online questions, and assessments prior to interview then a social gathering/networking session.
Testing - Interviews - Offer
Online assessment and interview
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
If in this situation.... what would you do?
It was a lot of questions asking me to explain a time where I used certain skills such as organisation, team work, communication, etc.
Why your chosen service line? Why do you want to work here? What other activities do you do in your spare time?
My reaction to situations.
Life/Study/Previous Employment of any variety
More personal rather than professional
Behavioural based questions
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Show how you can be efficient and productive, what drives you, how you can multitask and put in the extra effort.
Be well rounded and don't hesitate to sell yourself and your abilities.
Pitcher Partners looks for a culture fit. Most people in the firm work hard but are also very social and enjoying spending time with other staff.
Be yourself in the interview.
Apart from preparing the usual type of questions and STAR approach, be yourself, be natural. As it seems those types of people best match the PP culture.
Do their research, and be prepared. Be charismatic and friendly and enthusiastic to meet new people.
Learn soft skills like conversations