I applied through college or university and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at DMC Atlanta in September 2013.
Interview Details – Applied through a campus recruiting website. Received an email and a phone call within a day. The phone call lasted 10 minutes and included several questions in regards to my interests in the company. The first interview was at the office in Atlanta and lasted 15-20 minutes. It was very professional and straightforward. Afterwards, I was told I would be contacted later that evening if selected for the second round of interviews. I was selected and had a second interview the following week. It took about 3 hours and consisted of having lunch with a current employee, answering/asking questions, and shadowing. It was actually fairly enjoyable and gave me a very clear idea of what's expected. The atmosphere at the office is very uplifting and positive. Additionally, all the employees I saw seemed like genuinely happy people. The employee I shadowed with was very kind and conversational.
Interview Question – The questions in the first interview were behavioral e.g. tell me something that's not on your resume, what accomplishment are you most proud of, etc. The second interview centered more on being explained a certain concept they use then being asked why I thought things were done that way. Overall, very simple. Answer Question
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