I applied online - interviewed at QTC Management in November 2013.
Interview Details – Very convoluted and not a good representation of what the real job was like
Interview Question – How will you get updates to your supervisor who may be in meetings or unavailable most of the time Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Yes they low balled the salary and I asked for more
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at QTC Management.
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common questions Answer Question
Reason for Declining – got other offers
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at QTC Management.
Interview Details – Know basic medical terminology and how to use a computer. Expect two or more mid-level managers to interview you.
Interview Question – Questions are the standard behavioral questions such as "Tell me a time when you..." or "Please tell us how you would handle a situation where..." There are no deceptive questions. Do expect to be asked basic medical terminology. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Starting pay will depend on what division/department you have applied to. Some divisions are more flexible in others to negotiate starting salary.
I applied online and the process took 6 months - interviewed at QTC Management in February 2013.
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Three interviews: first by HR to make sure you fit the basic requirements and you understand the job description; second by the manager hiring you to evaluate general fit from a basic technical point-of-view; third interview is the only one in person with a senior engineer, the department manager, and the CIO. Your point of contact will be the same HR staff, so have their contact information saved.
Submitted application and did not get interview and offer for a good 5 months.
Interview Question – How do you investigate and solve security issues? View Answer
Reason for Declining – Employee benefits are not as good as current work place, and the higher offer did not offset the lower benefits, which was directly calculable. There is an employee contribution to the medical benefits that is rather high, travel expenses are taken from YOUR paycheck to pay yourself (at least it is pre-tax), regular federal holidays, standard PTO, and 401(k) is 50%. Work environment appears very structured and corporate.
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at QTC Management in February 2013.
Interview Details – I applied in November and received a call back in early January about a phone interview in California. The interview was scheduled and lasted about 10 minutes. She asked basic questions, tell me about your past experience, knowledge of the company, medical background, but most of the questions can be answered if you just google "phone interview questions" and prepare based on those sample questions. She told me I would receive a call back from a hiring manager within the next week and a few days later I had my interview. It was with 2 hiring managers and lasted about 15 minutes with them asking everything from general interview questions to which courses I took in college. They explained the stress level and the necessity for a person who can handle themselves under the pressure of deadlines. I didn't think it went well because it was so short and they seemed to be telling me that my job experience didn't relate to the job I was applying for but within a few days, I got a call back to take a computer exam. It consisted of 38 medical questions that was expected to take 25 minutes but took about 7. It was very basic anatomy medical terminology. I didn't hear anything for over a week but they called to offer me the position.
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at QTC Management.
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The interview process is drawn out and some what disorganized. I had two interview and two phone interviews. I had the face to face with two operations managers on two separate occasions. I was amazed to later learn that two of he operations manager had never been a QA and they actually did not really understand how our systems worked.
The questions were very straight forward.They asked about several common medical diagnostic test like spirometry testing or PFT, some questions about medical experience and you have to take a computer based test that is very simple is you are familiar with word.
Interview Question – The questions about they types of diagnostic testing and describing them. It seemed irrelevant. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I took first offer since I did not know what to expect.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at QTC Management in August 2012.
Interview Details – interview process is very long, they will do a phone screening and then two more follow up interviews in person including a test. They will lie to you about receiving excellent benefits and bonuses to suffice the low pay. Pay is lower than any other company with the same job title
Interview Question – none Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiating
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at QTC Management in September 2011.
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After applying I received a phone call from their corporate office in California to schedule a phone interview. Phone interview was pretty easy, about 25-30 min.
Then 2 on 1 interview with a couple of the managers. I had to fill out another application during that visit. Had a battery of computer tests which took another 2 hrs or so. So I think for that interview I arrived at 12:30 and left about 3:30 or so.
Then, if you do fine on the computerized tests, California does a cursory background check.
Second interview with one of the top "brass" (usually a female with a power complex). Person will let you know then if they want you or not. Afterward, receive a phone call + letter with offer of employment.
Interview Question – Describe a situation when you weren't pleased with your performance on the job. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiating. All other QA's I talked to also started at same hourly wage. One person I know had no schooling, just military. Another had military + degree. Didn't matter. HOWEVER, the people who have been QA's for several years were actually making less than what the new QA's were starting at! I guess they didn't feel like bumping up the pay to make things equal...
The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at QTC Management in August 2010.
Interview Details – The interview process was extensive and elaborate consisting of 5 rounds. The interviewers were very friendly and made sure that the person applying was comfortable with the work profile and understood well what was required of him or her.
Interview Question – what are your strengths? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at QTC Management in January 2010.
Interview Details – Upon coming to the building, paperwork was filled out, which included background check and previous employers. Afterwards, there were two interviews - one with 2 operations managers and 1 with the head of the QA panel. Afterwards, several skills tests, which included Windows XP, letter writing, mathematics, cognitive skills, and personality test.
Interview Question – If you had a problem in the work place with someone's work being unsatisfactory, how would you confront the individual and what would you do if the individual continued with their behavior? Answer Question
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