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No Offer – Interviewed in Salt Lake City, UT Jul 2012 – Reviewed Jul 22, 2012
Interview Details – The interview process starts out with a phone interview that lasted roughly 45 minutes. The phone interview went over everything from HR/behavioral type questions to technical questions and everything in between. After passing this round, there was a face to face interview that lasted an hour. In this interview a lot of what was said in the phone interview was re-hashed, but additional questions were presented. The position was advertised as an entry level position, but the overall impression I got was that more knowledge would be required than what an individual just out of college would be expected to be able to display. Had I passed this round of the interview process, there would have been a 30 minute presentation about myself, education, and skills that would be given to a group of employees/management. I did not make it this far in the interview process.
Interview Question – No specific question was particularly difficult, but the depth and breadth of knowledge that was expected from the individual seemed quite high for an entry level position. I was asked questions about courses I had taken, what type of experience I had obtained in other positions and how that would apply to this particular position, etc. I understand that there would be multiple tasks that would be worked on, but the impression I got was that the company wanted the future employee to have all of the knowledge right away, and that there would not be any time for any learning curve. Answer Question
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