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Accepted Offer – Reviewed May 31, 2013
Interview Details – The hiring process is pretty quick once they verify your certifications and experience. Company was always available for questions and provide sponsors to walk you through the process. Once you speak with the recruiter about your qualifications, during the phone call the recruiter will ask basic questions regarding to Cisco. If you pass this basic test then they will schedule another interview with the people "in-country" for another test and decide on your character. The process is very fast so you need to check email frequently.
Interview Question – The ask various questions in regards to your networking capabilities. Ensure that you are up to date with subnetting, IPv6 and day to day topics that may come up with the position. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation phase. Either you take the job or they move on to another candidate.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2009 – Reviewed Nov 15, 2009
Interview Details – Interveiw was 100% over the phone. Asked basic computer related questions and advised I would be getting an offer. About 3 weeks later I recieved the offer. Background, physical, drug screen all completed prior to deploying. Pain in the ass process but worth it.
Interview Question – What do you think fo the ESD strap? View Answer
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Aug 20, 2012
Interview Details – They left me a message on my voicemail asking to call back a set up for an interview. Called a few hours later and completed the technical interview in about 30 minutes. They were very nice, even offered some examples if I asked them to re-frase the question.
Interview Question – Although I did answer most of the questions accurately, one of them kept me silent for a minute. "Why did I wanted to go work in an overseas position?" View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Aug 2009 – Reviewed Aug 20, 2012
Interview Details – Telephonic interview with for managers, inquiring about back ground, and some question of personnel experience in Area of Oprations.
Negotiation Details – It was a real challenge, due my high expectations of pay compensation for an war zone work envioroment.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Apr 2012 – Reviewed May 25, 2012
Interview Details –
the interview went very well. the interviewer was very proffessional and very easy to talk talk too.
it did not take long for me to get a RESPONSE FROM THE COMPANY AS TO WHEN I COULD START WORKING
Negotiation Details – did not try
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jan 2010 – Reviewed Jan 27, 2012
Interview Details – Recruiter ask questions in reference to Container management and IBS-CMM. Are you a team player and effective communicator?
Interview Question – What does IBS stand for? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Several of these jobs require that you have a security clearance
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Baghdad (Iraq) Aug 2009 – Reviewed Oct 18, 2011
Interview Details –
I didn't feel as if I passed my interview, I actually apologized to my interviewer for wasting his time. I had been out of the field for 3 years and even after looking up information, I still fell short.
My interviewer was the one who talked me into continuing the process, saying that I had the skills, I just had to get back to the equipment.
After meeting a number of people who have worked for the company, I think I could have spoke random words it him and still got hired
Interview Question – What is the DISA Circular nicknamed "the Tech Control Bible? View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in Jul 2011 – Reviewed Jul 25, 2011
Interview Details – The initial phone interview and discussion with the recruiter were very professional and I I felt valued from the start. A follow-up group/panel interview was the same. The individuals interviewing were personable, professional and had thoughtful, meaningful questions related to my experience, skills and desires related to the position. The interview lasted at least a full half-hour with each person on the panel asking questions/providing feedback regarding my answers. I was also given ample opportunity to explain my qualifications, background and motivation for seeking the position. The type of questions were of the nature one should usually expect in a professional interview (i.e., questions related to my resume, experiences, qualifications specific to the position, etc.). This was good in that there weren't any "philosophical" surprises (i.e., describe what type of animal you would be...). Therefore I was adequately prepared and confidant. The only drawback in the entire process is the length of time between interviews and hiring decisions. Understood, it's often a difficult decision, it just makes the job seeker on edge and hand tied when it comes to further interviews/discussions related to other positions.
Interview Question – Describe how you solved a problem without the resources available to solve it. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in May 2011 – Reviewed May 26, 2011
Interview Details – This job was a year in the making.
Interview Question – very casual interview interview was not experienced, so I shared my talents, strenghts and skills Answer Question
Negotiation Details – In this environment, be open and honest, I had to take a cut in pay when I shared what my salary was I was given the opportunity to earn a bonus.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Dec 2009 – Reviewed Apr 29, 2011
Interview Details – had an initial tech interview. had a second tech interview with a site lead. I was recommended for a position
Interview Question – Did I work with MS Exchange View Answer
Negotiation Details – I did not negotiate. Probably silly on my part.
Pros: Willing to sponsor you for US Government Security clearance. Plenty of opportunity for advancement. – Full Review `
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