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Quantitative Risk Management Interview

28 Questions and Answers Written by Ryan Brunner

Written on October 3rd, 2019 | Ryan has over 10 years of experience interviewing
candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries.
Question 1 of 28
Would you say that you are a goal oriented person on the job? Why would you say that?
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How to Answer
Success in business consulting is most often measured in the achievement of goals for clients and for this question, your interviewer will ideally be looking to hear that you are driven by goals and that you have the ability to set them as well. In your answer, give your interviewer the sense that you are goal oriented by giving an example or two of a time where you set and worked towards a goal as part of a team effort. Explain your part in the achievement of the goals and your ability to stay focused on the end result.

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Question 2 of 28
Give an example of a time you used data in analyzing risk for an organization. Did you utilize any tools in this process?
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Gathering and analyzing data is an important step that any risk management professional must take during their evaluation processes. What's even more important than gathering and analyzing is putting the data to use to achieve results. For this question, talk in detail about a time that you used data in a working situation. Explain the tools, whether it was specific software or a spreadsheet, to help analyze and get results out of the data you collected.

Question 3 of 28
At Quantitative Risk Management, you will have the opportunity to work with high level executives and leaders from the companies we contract with. What experience do you have in working with people at these levels?
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As a business advisory and consulting firm, Quantitative Risk Management works with Managers, Directors, CEO's, CFO's, CAO's and leaders with other titles on all of our projects. Your role will likely involve working closely with these leaders. For this question, your interviewer will be looking to hear that you are comfortable in working with the leadership team of the organization's clients by having you talk about your experience. Make sure that the examples you provide include some details on how you worked effectively to get the job done with the leaders you worked with.

Question 4 of 28
A career move to a consultant with Quantitative Risk Management may find you working on new challenges that you haven't faced during your career. What's been the most challenging project you've led up to this point in your career?
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No matter what challenge you choose to discuss during your answer to this question, keep in mind that your interviewer is mostly looking to hear how you handled yourself during a time when you were pushed to your limits. In your answer, discuss the importance of being resourceful and team oriented and talk about how these things helped lead to success in the project. Also, be sure that your interviewer walks away from the interview knowing that you are willing and able to tackle any challenge in front of you.

Question 5 of 28
If hired here at Quantitative Risk Management, you may have to step out of your comfort zone working in new industries. How will you be able to make this potential seamless?
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Because risk managers work across many different industries, a move to a consultant role could put you working with clients in insurance, banking, manufacturing or many other industries. For this question, talk about your knowledge of the risk management job that is consistent across industries and be able to apply that knowledge to clients from any industry. To really help your answer here, try to do as much research on Quantitative Risk Management and their clients as possible prior to your interview so you can tailor your answer to meet their needs.

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Ryan Brunner
Ryan has over 10 years of experience interviewing candidates in the healthcare, public service, and private manufacturing/distribution industries. Ryan has a long track record of recruiting, interviewing and hiring candidates at all levels of the organizations that he has recruited for. These include entry-level workers, professional workers, physicians and executive level leaders. Ryan has created and worked with many interviewing formats in the industries that he has recruited for and has reviewed resumes and cover letter's for all of the positions he has recruited for.
Published: 10/03/2019

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