Based on my experience with interviewing job candidates at Wells Fargo, I put together a list of twenty most common questions they use at this bank, in entry-level job interviews.
I also analyzed a common role play they use at the bank (especially when hiring new tellers and bankers), and other challenges you will have to deal with on a big day–when interviewing for the job with this banking giant.
Let’s have a look at some questions:
Why do you want to work at Wells Fargo?
Hint: You should focus on their vision, culture, working environment, portfolio, etc. You should simply talk about something that distinguishes them from their competitors.
Interviewers understand that job seekers would be happy to get a job at any bank, not only at Wells Fargo. However, you should do your best to convince them that Wells Fargo is your first choice. Pre-interview research will help you a lot in this case…
I meet all requirements and I believe that I would fit the working environment well, considering from what I have observed as a client of this bank. That’s why I prefer to work at Wells Fargo. I submitted my job applications also to two other banks, but WF is definitely my first choice.
I really like Wells Fargo. All members of my family belong to the millions of satisfied clients of your bank. I believe that you offer the widest portfolio of products and services for all demographic groups. That’s why I would love to work here and would be proud of it.
Why this position?
Hint: You should tell them that you believe to have the right skills and abilities for the particular role. You can also stress your motivation to do the job, connecting it to personal preferences, or other reasons.
We struggle with the motivation of employees in banks, so you should do your best to convince them that you’d enjoy doing the job you have applied for.
I believe to have the right personality for this job, plus it is really something I would enjoy doing. With the motivation I have, it would be easy to do a good job as a teller (analyst, mortgage specialist, manager, etc), and I am sure I won’t get bored after a few weeks or months in work.
I meet the requirements for this role better than for any other one. On the top of that, I had the same job in the past, so I have the experience and I believe I can bring some value to Wells Fargo while working on this position.
How did you hear about this job?
Hint: Many people apply for countless jobs. Browsing job boards, they submit their application everywhere. Recruiters at Wells Fargo want to find out if you are one of them, if the meeting you have with them is “just another jobinterview” for you.
It is important to give a clear answer to this question, mentioning the place where you found the offer. This will help to convince them that interview at Wells Fargo is the special one, the one that matters.
If you have a friend working at Wells Fargo, mention their name and say that they gave you great feedback on having a job at Wells Fargo.
I found the job on monster.com two weeks ago. When I read the job description, I immediately decided to apply. It seemed like a perfect choice for me, something I’ve been looking for.
A friend of mine recommended me this job. She works for Wells Fargo in Dallas. She told me a lot about working environment and a typical day in work. I liked what she said, and I decided to apply.
I check new job offers at Wells Fargo website regularly. About two weeks ago, I finally found a job that is not far away from my place. I applied and here I am in the interview with you.
What is your availability?
Hint: You should neither look like someone desperate, someone who needs virtually any kind of a job as soon as possible, nor like somebody who is not sure whether they want to work at Wells Fargo.
The best answer is to say that you are available from the 1stday of the next month. In case that you can not start so soon, youshould explain why you can not.
I can start from the 1st July (August, September…)
I can start ASAP. I am unemployed, and though I have also other interviews scheduled, Wells Fargo is my first choice. If you offer me a job, I will accept it and won’t even go to the other interviews.
I could possibly start tomorrow, but I want to finish the project I am currently working on. It would be very unprofessional and irresponsible if I left my current job right now. I need two or three weeks to finish the work and then I can start here.
How far are you willing to travel? / What location do you prefer?
Hint: The more options you mention, the better the chances of getting a job. If you have a car, you should say it.
However, I recommend you to mention alsothe most preferred location, to ensure you’ll get the job in the place, if available. Also, I would suggest avoiding talking about children you have, or about any other reason for your location preferences.
Interviewers should see you as someone flexible, as someone who is willing to sacrifice something for their job at Wells Fargo.
I have a car, and I can work anywhere in Washington D.C. and neighboring places.
I would prefer to work in this district. However, I would not mind traveling anywhere in the range of twenty miles.
This is a great opportunity for me. I really want to work at Wells Fargo, and grow professionally with your bank. I would not mind relocating, if there wasn’t another option. However, the best location for me is definitely Denver, a place where I live right now.
Difficult, or easy?
It was easy so far, wasn’t it? It was easy because you saw the hints and sample answers. And I analyzed the most simple questions from the list. Let’s try to answer the following questions, without my help:
- How do you handle stress?
- What would you do if you knew someone was stealing?
- Give an example of you dealing with an irate customer and what you did to fix the problem.
- Give an example of a time you made a point to go above and beyond with customer service.
- Talk about successful sales experience.
- What would you do if you were 500 dollars short when preparing to leave?
- If a customer accused you of a bad service, what would you do?
- Explain a time when you were busy and needed to prioritize the tasks ahead of you.
- Tell me about a time when you thought it was important to follow a rule. Why was it important to follow this rule and how did following this rule effect the others?
- Describe a time when you have effectively resolved another person’s request. What was the situation and what kinds of information did you gather to help assist in resolving this request?
- This job can be repetitive. What would motivate you to do it well every day?
- What are your salary expectations?
- Imagine that I am a customer of this bank. I came to deposit some money to my checking account. You are processing the transaction. I do not have a credit card yet. Try to use this opportunity to sell me the newest credit card we offer.
- Imagine that we are in a shop and I am looking at some notepads. Try to sell me this simple notepad we have here on the table.
Did you manage to you come up with a great answer to each of the questions they use at Wells Fargo, while interviewing people for entry level jobs?
I hope you did well, and feel ready to ace your interview! But if you do not feel ready, experience anxiety, or would like to see answers to all questions (and role play), I can help you.
But it won’t be completely free (though nearly free ). You will have to sacrifice the wage you’ll make in your first hour or two at Wells Fargo. That’s the deal I have for you today. Are you in?
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- Guide on how to present yourself in screening, behavioral and role play part of your interview.
- Three key principles you need to learn before answering behavioral questions at Wells Fargo.
- Guide on how to use your non-verbal communication to present yourself as the right person for the job.
- Brilliant answers to 20 most common behavioral and technical interview questions at Wells Fargo.
- Practical example of a role-play (with excellent and in-detail solution).
- Guide on how to follow-up your interview at Wells Fargo
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Technical information about the Wells Fargo Interview Guide:
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I am not really the most outgoing person, and you won’t find communication skills on the list of my strengths. However, your guide helped me to get rid of interview stress, and prepare for the interview, especially for the role play. They offered me a position of a teller in my second interview with Wells Fargo. Thank you Jacob!
Annetta Mayers, Dallas
It is a funny feeling when other people look at you with envy. It happened to me in a group interview at Wells Fargo. Other job applicants just could not understand how it was possible that I had a great answer ready for every question. Apparently I was the only person in the room who had read your eBook.
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When they invited me for finance analyst interview at Wells Fargo, I did not want to underestimate my preparation. I hired an interview coach, and bought several books from Amazon. However, only your interview guide was specific to Wells Fargo interviews, describing the nuances of their interview process. I got a job and definitely don’t regret buying the book. Thank you Jacob!
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Anything more to say? Do you have any questions?
Jacob Gates, author of the eBook
I do not want to waste your time with lengthy sales pages, or some imaginary 24 hours last-chance discounts, just like many other people do on their websites.
You have read the samples (the five questions at the beginning of this article), you know what the eBook is about, and surely you can tell whether it will help you to get a job at Wells Fargo.
I sincerely believe it will. And you can read it easily in two or three hours, it’s not super long (11,500 words).
It’s just up to you to decide whether you want to sacrifice the money you will make in your new job in one or two hours, to ensure you will get that job at first place, or prefer to let this opportunity slip between your fingers, and risk that you will fail in your interview (and make no money at all).
In both cases, I wish you good luck!
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[Music plays. Words appear on screen: Preparing for a Phone Interview. Announcer, dressed in suit and tie, appears on screen]
Announcer: Okay, I know that today we’re covering two things you might dread —a job interview and talking on the phone to someone you don’t know —but I promise, a job interview doesn’t have to be painful. It’s your chance to make a great first impression and it’s not quite as scary as being face-to-face. With that said, it’s important to prepare for a phone screen just as much as you would for an in-person interview. Today, I’m sharing five tips for phone interviews that will make a big impact.
Tip #1: Keep it brief. The goal of a phone screen is for the recruiter to tell whether you meet the job requirements. If you do, they’ll bring you in to meet with more people. So there’s no need to tell your life story. When you answer each question, you’ll want to focus only on the most important highlights of your experience. The recruiter will ask for details if they want to know more.
Tip #2: Make a cheat sheet. The best part about phone interviews is that it’s perfectly okay to have notes in front of you. So have a copy of your resume, 3-5 bullet points about work experiences you want to mention, and a list of questions written out ahead of time.
Tip #3: Keep your energy up. When you’re on the phone, the recruiter can’t see your body language and facial expressions. Try smiling and talking with your hands the way you would in person, which will help your enthusiasm come through in your voice.
Tip #4: Be prepared. This sounds simple, but you’d be surprised how many forget the basics. Charge your phone. Make sure you’re in a quiet spot. And set up everything you need 15 minutes or so before the call. If you’re worried about background noise, call a friend to be sure they can hear you with no distractions.
And Tip #5: Dress the part. Even if they can’t see you, putting on something other than your sweat pants will make you feel more professional. And that might be just the edge you need. Good luck! You’ll be great!
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Many banks compete for the clients in the States, but Wells Fargo is probably the most popular one among job seekers. The recruiting managers conduct regular interviews, and recruit plenty of tellers for both full time and part time working opportunities.
What questions should you expect in your teller interview?
1. Why do you want to work at Wells Fargo?
Hint: You should try to focus on your personal preferences, and the vision and goals of the bank. You should simply focus on something that distinguishes Wells Fargo from their competitors, something their hiring managers are proud of.
2. Why the position of a teller?
Hint: You should tell them that you have the right abilities, skills, personality and experience for the job. You can also focus on your motivation (or career goals) and explain why you’d prefer teller to other roles, at least at the moment.
3. How did you hear about this job?
Hint: Most people apply for countless job offers. Recruiters at Wells Fargo want to hear that you are not one of them, that this interview isn’t “just another job interview on your long list of meetings with employers”.
Tell them how you heard about the job, and that it caught your eye immediately. And if you have a friend working at Wells Fargo, mention that they said nice things about working for Wells Fargo.
4. How far are you willing to travel / What location do you prefer?
Hint: The more options you mention, the better the chance of getting a job. If you have a car, you should mention it. However, I recommend you to mention also the most preferred locality, to ensure you’ll get the job there, if it is available. But you should not speak about your kids or other reasons for your preferences, unless they particularly ask about your reasons.
5. What would you do if you knew someone was stealing?
Hint: In correspondence with Wells Fargo internal policy, you should not take any heroic action on your own. Say that you would notify a security guard and quickly explain what was happening.
6. How would you deal with an irate customer? How did you deal with them in the past?
Hint: One meets all kinds of clients at Wells Fargo. While most people will be nice and clever, some will be irate, stupid, or too clever…
However, as a good teller, or any other person working at a bank, you need to stay calm and smile, and you should look at the problem from the point of view of the client. Try to mention this in your answer, while narrating a situation from the past. If you have no experience from the past, however, say what you would do if you talked to an irate customer.
* To see brilliant answers to these questions, and to many other questions they typically use at Wells Fargo, check Wells Fargo Interview Guide, an eBook I wrote for people who try to ace an interview at Wells Fargo. Thank you!
Jacob Gates, Your Personal Job Interview Coach
Wells Fargo Interview
Congratulations on getting a Wells Fargo Interview.
We all know interviews are stressful and competition is intense.
However, with a small amount of preparation you can ace The Wells Fargo job interview.
Here you will a step-by-step guide on how to successfully answer potential Wells Fargo Interview Questions and Answers.
Wells Fargo Interview Questions
What can you tell us about Wells Fargo?
About Wells Fargo
- Henry Wells and William Fargo founded Wells Fargo Bank on March 18, 1852.
- Wells Fargo opened its first bank in San Francisco, California.
- The bank offers banking, insurance, investments, mortgage, and consumer and commercial financial services
- Wells Fargo Motto Together is we’ll go far.
- The bank has $1.9 trillion in assets, 70 million customers, 8600 locations, and 13,000 ATMs as of December 31st, 2016.
- As of 2020, the CEO of Wells Fargo is Charles Scharf.
Why do you want to work for Wells Fargo?
- Say you feel you could learn a lot about banking by working for an S&P 100 and S&P 500 company.
- If you are applying for a role that would require you to work with customers, say you have excellent people skills and would enjoy working with clients.
Why should I hire you?
Have a read of the job description and find skills they are looking for and reassure the interviewer that you have those skills. Say you were interviewing for the position of teller. The Wells Fargo Job description states they are looking for someone who:
- Ability to navigate multiple computer systems, applications, and utilize search tools to find information. (skill required: quick learner)
- Cash handling experience (skill required: good with math)
- Customer service focus with the ability to stay positive in interactions with customers and team members. (skill: communications)
- Experience working in a fast-paced environment (skill required: works well under pressure)
- Good communication skills including speaking clearly, succinctly, and accurately while using a pleasant tone and common conversational courtesies (skill required: communication skills)
- Ability to meet or exceed performance objectives (skill required: works well under pressure)
So a possible answer to why should I hire you for a teller position say
- Say you have excellent communication skills and will always remain professional when dealing with customers.
- State you are a quick learner and will not have any issue navigating multiple computer systems.
- Finally, mention you work well under pressure and you will be able to meet or exceed performance objectives and deal with customers efficiently and quickly.
Where do you see yourself in five years?
- If you do not know what to say have a look at other banking jobs and find a position you can see yourself doing in five years.
What is your greatest strength?
- Answering this question depends on the role you are applying for. For example, if you are applying for a position of Java developer then state your programming skills. If you are applying for a position in management state your leadership skills. Put yourself in the interviewer’s shoes and ask yourself what do they want to hear?
What is your greatest weakness?
- You should not deny you have a weakness or state strengths as a weakness (I am a perfectionist, or I work too hard and neglect my friends and family). State a weakness that is required for the role but not a dealbreaker if you don’t have it.
- When you state your weakness make sure you say what you are doing to overcome that weakness. For example, I have a fear of public speaking and I have enrolled in a public speaking class to overcome my fear.
Who are Wells Fargo Competitors?
Do you have any questions for us?
- What do you like best about working here?
- How would you describe your ideal candidate for this position?
- What about this position is the most important?
- How would you measure my success and what could I do to succeed in your expectations?
- Which part of the position has the steepest learning curve? What can I do in order to get up to speed quickly?
- What opportunities will I have to learn and grow?
Wells Fargo Interview Attire
- Be sure to dress formally. Bank employees always dress well so it is important you do too.
Wells Fargo Interview Tips
- Arrive 10 – 15 minutes early (do not arrive earlier)
- Bring an extra resume.
- Learn as much about the Wells Fargo as possible.
- Don’t speak too fast as you will sound nervous and don’t speak too slow as you will sound boring.
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Wells Fargo Interview Questions & Answers
You can apply for dozens of various jobs with Wells Fargo. As you can imagine, questions will differ in an interview for a position of a branch manager, product analyst, phone banker, or senior application developer.
In this article, however, we will look at some questions that refer to the brand of Wells Fargo, their working culture, and some question that test your attitude to various situations that happen in the workplace, regardless of whether we talk about a day of a Teller, Account Manager, or Analytic Consultant.
You can face this questions in any interview with this financial services giant, and you should definitely prepare for each one. Let’s have a look at them.
Why do you want to work for Wells Fargo?
You should try and address two things in your answer. One is the brand of the financial institution, things you love about Wells Fargo. It can be their customer oriented policy, wide portfolio of products and services for each group of customers, great reputation, or simply the fact that they are so big and can meet virtually any customer demands.
Each hiring manager will enjoy hearing your words of praise, and you should not spare them this luxury. Make them believe that Wells Fargo is your first choice, that you didn’t apply with ten other banking institutions (even when you did). You want to work for the best, and that’s why you chose them.
Secondly you should explain how your choice matches your career plans. Wells Fargo is a big organization, and options for promotion are almost endless with the bank. Think about your future, and how it relates to your present choices…
Why this particular position? Explain it to us.
More than anything else your answer should make sense. Walk them through your resume, explain how your education and roles you had in the past prepared you for this new challenge.
You should simply tell them a story, and the next chapter in the story is the job you try to get with them. This is also an opportunity to show them your work portfolio (if you have one), explaining the projects you were responsible for, or jobs you had before, and how they prepared you for the role with the bank.
You can bridge directly to the future, explaining how the new job will help you to eventually progress to a dream role you hope to have in five or ten years time.
Describe an ideal working culture/environment.
Now, your description should be as close as possible to what you will experience at Wells Fargo. This definitely changes from one branch to another, from corporate to retail jobs.
But in general you can expect to get a helping hand from your manager anytime you need it, and what counts here are results, and time spent at work. You can say that you enjoy challenging working environment, one that helps you to learn new things and grow professionally.
Another option is saying that you do not have many expectations, that you can do your job well in any working environment, and hope to have good relationship with your colleagues. You can say that relationships matter for you more than anything else.
Describe a conflict you had with one of your colleagues in your last job.
Behavioral questions help them understand your attitude to various situations at work. Regardless of your position with Wells Fargo, you will deal with other people, and you may experience some conflicts (just like in any other company).
Ensure your interviewers that you try to be attentive to the needs and feelings of your colleagues. When describing a conflict you had before, do not hesitate to admit that you were wrong. Explain a conflict that you solved in a constructive way, without building a fence between you and the other conflict party.
Try to speak in a calm way, and analyze the situation. They should get an impression that you do not dwell on negative experiences and emotions. Conflicts belong to every workplace. You try to avoid them, but if they happen, they do not have a long term impact on you performance in work .
How do you deal with rejection, or with bad words?
Many jobs at Wells Fargo are sales jobs, or customer service jobs. And people rarely call to praise you for something. They call to complain.
What’s more, if you are the one making the call (while trying to acquire a new customer or upsell an existing one), many people will hang up before you even get a chance to deliver your short sales pitch. Or they will send you to some bad place and hang up after that.
This is a part of a job and unless you are ready for it, you will quit quickly. Hiring managers at Wells Fargo are well aware of the fact, and that’s why they often use this interview question (or a similar one with the same meaning).
Ensure them that bad words won’t touch you emotionally. You understand that customers do not reject you–they reject your offer. And if they are angry, it has nothing to do with you–just something doesn’t work for them with their product or service from the bank.
You know that rejection and bad words belong to this profession, and can get over them quickly.
Special Tip: Download the full list of questions in a one page long PDF, and practice your interview answers anytime later:
Talk about a difficult goal you met, or failed to meet in your last job.
Managers at Wells Fargo set goals for almost all employees. This can be certain number of phone calls made or received each week, certain number of loans approved, credit cards sold each month, etc. These goals are typically ambitious but realistic, since managers use historical data to create their sales predictions, and goals for their subordinates accordingly.
Just like with most behavioral questions, your attitude to goals (and to failure) matters more than the actual situation you narrate in your answer.
Try to speak about a big goal, however. Ensure them that you enjoy setting goals, that they help you stay motivated and move forward. You can describe how you created daily or weekly goals, or how someone else from your team helped you to achieve the final goal (ability to give credit to your colleagues is highly appreciated at Wells Fargo).
And if you failed to attain your goals, you can explain what you would do differently if you had another chance, and what you actually learned in the process.
How do you deal with a crisis of motivation?
Most jobs at Wells Fargo are quite repetitive. Stress levels can be both low and high, it really depends on many factors, but the repetition is almost always there. With repetition comes boredom, and one can easily experience crisis of motivation.
The most important thing is to admit that you struggle with motivation sometimes and experience low days–everyone has this problem. Then you can refer to your personal goals, or your loved ones, or the feeling of responsibility for your colleagues and employer, or even to support of your colleagues who typically help you overcome a crisis.
Crisis will come, in every occupation. Once you know why you wake up to work each day, however, and have around you at least one person to confide in, you can always overcome it and enjoy your work again.
* Note:You may also leave when a hard crisis hits you, or when you feel exhausted, or when the job at Wells Fargo isn’t such a good match as you expected. This is normal and they count with that option (that’s why they are always hiring new staff), but you should not refer to this option in your interview answer…
How do you imagine a typical day in this job?
The key is to show proactive approach to work (to making calls, to writing new code, to analyzing certain data, to managing employees–depending on the job you try to get with Wells Fargo), and to ensure them that you expect to be busy in your work.
Tracking your activity to time sheet is big at Wells Fargo recently, and you can also mention that while answering this interview question.
Then I suggest you to read the job description carefully and also check some reviews from former employees of the corporation on websites like Indeed or Glassdoor (people who had the same position you are trying to get). This should give you a good idea of a typical day in the bank.
You do not have to include coffee breaks, lunch, or cigarette break in your description of a typical day. Surely you will enjoy these pleasant distractions (at least most of the time), but it doesn’t make sense to mention them in your idea of a typical day…
Other questions interviewers at Wells Fargo may ask you
- Where do you see yourself in five years from now?
- Do you use any products or services of our bank?
- What would you do if you saw one of your colleagues was stealing something?
- When you hear “Wells Fargo”, what do you imagine?
- What do you consider your best strength, and your biggest weakness, in relation to the job you try to get with us?
- Are you willing to travel/relocate?
- Do you have any questions?
Wells Fargo is always hiring, and you can always try your luck with the bank. Try to prepare for the questions from this article, but research the internet also for questions for particular job titles. You can also hit the search button in the footer of our page, to find your position. Or check the following:
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