The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at MAXIMUS in May 2012.
Interview Details – Hiring manager seemed really friendly along with the 2 current employees. I was told that I would hear back in two weeks, but never received a call.
Interview Question – What kind of experience have you had in this field? Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at MAXIMUS in April 2010.
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A friend of mine had dropped off my resume to Maximus Inc. I got a phone call and a one-on-one interview in the month of August in the year 2006. I was accepted for the position and began training on September 18, 2006.
I like the environment very much. I found it to be professional and there was a lot of opportunity for growth.
Interview Question – How important is honesty? View Answer
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation involved. The offer stood as it was. I was to begin as a part-time on call employee initially earning $8.90/hour and later would earn $10.00/hour. I would also receive a yearly raise.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at MAXIMUS in March 2010.
Interview Details – Applied online for Management position in call center. Completed phone screen and was invited to face to face interview in office. Met with Director and several other managers about position. Face to face interview lasted a bit over 2 hours. That afternoon, the Director called and asked if I would be interested in meeting the next day for a final candidate interview.
Interview Question – Most questions were behavioral based such as how you respond to different situations and circumstances. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I applied for this spot online and there was no indication of salary levels on the job posting. I did not ask about the salary levels in the first interview and when offered a management position at $45K, I had to try hard not to burst into laughter. Comparible market levels begin at $70K minimum for this specific position. Although I discussed with them my displeasure with their offer, I did not even contemplate trying to negotiate from this lowball offer.
Pros: Some supervisors and managers are kind, smart and know what they're doing; unfortunately, they tend to move on rather quickly to other companies. It is a good place to work if you're a middle-aged woman with limited opportunities (and a husband who… – Full Review
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