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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in San Francisco, CA Jun 2010 – Reviewed Jan 27, 2012
Interview Details – First you call on a certain day to get an interview. Suggested that you call early as possible and most likely during your school hours. It's first come first served for about 60 interview spots. You interview with two current explainers and then 1:1 with a supervisor. Simple questions such as what you are interested in at school, how you heard about the job, how you whould discribe yourself, what you think it the job is. No question is wrong. It's really more of a judge of your personality. If you make a good impression on the Explainer then you have a good chance of being hired.
Negotiation Details – You should get an offer back with about 2 weeks. Lots of paid job training.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2010 – Reviewed Jun 2, 2012
Interview Details – one hour phone interview, to be followed by a 2-3 hour face-to-face informal skills test a couple of weeks later.
Negotiation Details – They are pretty fair and the pay and benefit package is pretty black and white, so I couldn't think of what I've negotiated for. I was pretty satisfied with their offer.
No Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2010 – Reviewed Jan 12, 2012
Interview Details – The interviewer was very unprofessional that I had to file a HR report about his behavior.
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