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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Simi Valley, CA Aug 2010 – Reviewed Sep 11, 2010
Interview Details –
Applied online like everyone else. Got a call back about 2 weeks later. Phone interview was more of just a rundown of the pay scale, overview of what the job position entailed, and whether it was acceptable. I said it was, and the recruiter scheduled me for an in-person interview for a week later.
Interview was with just one person. Corporate offices look amazing: clean, modern, and nestled in the foothills. There's 2 security guards in a booth that you have to pass before making your way inside. The floor has a bunch of cubicles with who I assume to be call center people. I made my way to the interviewer's office. She was kind, amiable, and personable; it went quite well. I kicked myself afterward for not asking questions, as she asked me twice if I had any questions. Contrary to popular belief, however, it wasn't a dealer breaker.
About another week later, I got a call back from the recruiter saying it went really well, and she had heard very nice things about me. She gave an offer. I accepted. From this point, I went forward with the ASI first leg of the background. Later I would also do the FBI portion of the background.
Interview Question – Interviewer had her own template of questions that, I assume, she asked all applicants. Just standard stuff. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – The background is extremely thorough. For my tastes, it was taking way too long, and I was missing out on other opportunities that were just as good, so I rescinded my acceptance of the offer. The recruiters were great, however, and it was just my preference not to wait any longer.
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