Mid-continental Restoration Company, Inc

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Fort Scott, KS

I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Mid-continental Restoration Company, Inc in May 2009.

Interview Details – My interview consisted of 1:1 interview with the masonry project manager who asked questions about my previous employers and my previous experience. After interview I had to attend a 6 hour safety training course and respirator fit. i was then sent to the local hospital to take a drug screen test.

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  • general masonry experience questions such as what is the bond for a five foot door?   View Answer
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Negotiation Details – The more experience that you have the higher pay you are able to negotiate. I would suggest that a candidate be able to perform any duties that relate to masonry i.e. lay-out, morgan tower experience, experience with pre-cast, block and brick.I have never had to lay rock with this company.

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Network Engineer

The process took a day - interviewed at Mid-continental Restoration Company, Inc in March 2010.

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