Just like our exceptional employees, the campus interview process at Kroll is anything but ordinary. Once candidates complete their first round of interviews or screening, we invite the most promising talent to our offices for an experience we call Super Day in the U.S. and Assessment Centre in Europe.
These events typically feature an informal session, which can be before the event at a reception or sharing a meal within the office, that allow candidates to get to know the Kroll team in a relaxed atmosphere. Once the interview process continues, we’ll ask some behavioral questions, test your technical skills and your ability to solve financial problems. In addition, candidates will spend the day meeting with some of the Kroll analysts and management team – learning more about what they can expect from the role. Some attendees are also assigned a group case study that will test candidates’ ability to problem solve with a team of peers.
Learn more about this unique experience from Kroll employees:
It's important that you know both behavioral and technical, but more important is the behavioral. They're trying to know who you are as a person. The technical skills will come with the work.
Billy Schicke Disputes and Investigations Morristown
When I came in for Super Day – that's basically when I fell in love with Kroll and the people at the company.
Juliana Albano Disputes and Investigations Morristown
The Assessment Centre was a great opportunity to meet with the current placement students and members of the restructuring team to gain a better understanding of the role. In addition, I got the chance to demonstrate and discuss my skills and how they aligned with the job.
Ed Paddock Corporate Restructuring Advisory London
I thought that the group case study was really beneficial to the process, because you got to see how people work in teams, and the importance of that at Kroll.
Charlotte Castronovo Valuation Advisory Services New York
The Assessment Centre provided helpful insight into the company and gave a feel for the work required. The variety of tasks, including the group case study and interview, meant that the day was lively, and candidates were able to engage in numerous different tasks whilst getting an understanding of what restructuring is all about.
Rosie Terheege Corporate Restructuring Advisory London