Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at LCG
- Software Developer (1)
- Senior Desktop Support Specialist (1)
- Business Systems Analyst (1)
- Business Analyst (1)
- Tier II Technicall Support (1)
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at LCG (Rockville, MD) in April 2015.
The interview process was very professional. I had an initial phone interview, followed by an in-person interview with the team lead and project manager, followed by a brief face-to-face meeting with the client. After the process, an offer was made, and I accepted. It's been a great experience so far.
- Technical abilities, past experience, likes, future ambitions, etc. Answer Question
- No OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at LCG (Rockville, MD) in June 2013.
Had a call from HR and initial phone screening first. Couple of days later called in for technical interview. I was asked pretty much what I have done in the past projects which were related to the job requirements. They didn't ask any questions I haven't done in the past and the atmosphere was very comfortable , very friendly. It took about 45 minutes.
I was called three days later and got a feedback. No offer but good interview.
- I was asked pretty much what was in the job requirements. OOD concepts, RDBMS SQL. Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at LCG (Rockville, MD) in September 2009.
Initial interview was the common pre-screen interview with an internal hiring recruiter for LCG Systems. This person was not very thorough. She failed to read my resume before calling me about the position. She was talking to me and thought that I had changed career fields and was inflating my salary expectations. She apologized for not reading my career experience and agreed to setup a follow-up technical interview with a hiring manager.
The technical interview was planned for a Wednesday, but the recruiter was misinformed and called me a day early. I did not have time to review technical information that I had not worked on in over a year. The technical interview lasted over an hour and consisted of numerous technical questions that were difficult to answer without a computer in front of me. I feel that such an interview is better suited for in-person conversation where a candidate can take a technical aptitude exam or qualifying demonstration. I don't believe it is fair to describe lengthy "technical how-to's" during a phone interview. I do not recommend applying to this company unless you are already doing the specific task ad nauseam and also have a computer in front of you during your technical interview.
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