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Photographer/Field Investigator Interview

Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview

Application

I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at StreetDelivery.com (Los Angeles, CA) in September 2012.

Interview

I applied from Monster in September and got a phone interview two days later. I nice manager from Tampa called me and asked me about ability to drive long distances, computer access, and experience. I explained all that to him and we had a good interview. I did a couple of training sessions with a couple of great photographers and everything went off as expected. Even though the ad said full time for LA, I was given a part time position with the mutual understanding that this would be full time soon. I hope that happens because the job has been lovely so far. I like it a lot and manager feedback is great. I hope this doesn't turn into the Compucom job where the company does not turn the part time into the full time. Compucom just got rid of all the part timers after 6 months. Maybe Streetdelivery will be different.

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  • I was asked about my pharmacy experience. Had to wing that because I did not think I would be asked about pharmacy in the interview. However, my answers must have been good.   1 Answer

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There was no negotiating because the Monster ad had all the info.

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