I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Raytheon in January 2012.
Interview Details –
1st contact, choose 3 of 4 sample programs to write.
2nd contact come in for interview at local office.
3rd contact a bunch of people get on the phone on friday and say they want me to fly to alabama for an interview the next week.
4th contact come down to Alabama.
I applied through other source and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Raytheon in January 2011.
Interview Details –
After a detailed phone interview I was called back a few weeks later to come in for 4 hours of 1:1 interviews (6 people were being called in). A few weeks after that I was called back in for two additional 1:1 interviews (the final 2 candidates were being called back). Then after 8 weeks of calling and e-mailing the hiring manager (a call and e-mail every week or two) to find out the status of the position, not one call or e-mail was returned, I received a "HireRight" templated e-mail informing me that I was not selected.
After taking so much of my time I thought I would have received a simple phone call, just as a common courtesy.
If they treat people that way I'm glad that I didn't get an offer.
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