Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Production Resource Group
- Shop Technician (2)
- Director Sales Force (1)
- Software Engineer (1)
- Project Manager (1)
- Technician (1)
Shop Technician Interview
I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Production Resource Group in March 2013.
The process is very slow and communication is troublesome, but when you do manage to speak with the HR rep and the managers, they are very welcoming and genuinely interested to hear what you have to say. They take the time to ask detailed questions about past experience, future goals and what you would like to get out of working for PRG.
- Where do you see yourself with the company along the line? Answer Question
The negotiation phase began with them asking what you would like to make and then counter offers until each party is satisfied. WARNING: Do not be deceived; they will try to undercut you as much as possible to get you started working for them for as low of a dollar amount as possible. Example: Interviewee would like to start at $21.00/hr, company offers $15.00, end up settling at $16.50.
Other Interview Reviews for Production Resource Group
Shop Technician InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Production Resource Group (Denver, CO) in February 2012.
Applied online, included personality test and resume. Received a phone call - unexpected phone interview. Interviewer attempted to dissuade me from taking the job - made it sound very hard or very boring. But I still wanted the job. Got a 1:1 interview, met HR manager, toured the shop. Basic skills questions, again attempted to dissuade me from taking position. Still wanted it. Five days later, received the call that I've been accepted. Also had to take a drug test/driver physical.
No negotiating really. This is the salary, take it or leave it. I tried to push for more, an extra dollar/hour, but there was no budging. "Maybe after the 90 day review." We'll see, I guess...