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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mechanicsburg, PA Jan 2008 – Reviewed Sep 20, 2012
Interview Details – Getting to the interview is the BIG ONE. If you can get through the job filters you are golden. The interview was very intimidating, there were six interviewers, however the questions are canned and everyone is asked the same questions. Dress nice!
Interview Question – None Answer Question
Negotiation Details – If you can justify your worth; they will match it.
No Offer – Interviewed in Columbus, OH Aug 2011 – Reviewed Jan 18, 2012
Interview Details – My primary score for getting an interview was miscalculated by the HR office and when I inquired to my boss they found the mistake. I had interviewed for the same position before and was beat out by a more senior member. This interview was one of the most difficult interviews I have had in my 20 year career.
Interview Question – What have you done to occupy yourself when there is slow times at work? View Answer
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Denver, CO Jul 2011 – Reviewed Aug 10, 2011
Interview Details – The program manager called to set up an interview over the phone with myself and two other managers. The questions were pretty specific about the position and my past experiences. They were very interested in my previous military experience. The interviewers were professional and courteous. They were also thorough and honest about the position.
Interview Question – Do you have experience with developing RFPs and experience with FARs? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – The salary offer was less than what I was currently making. I attempted to negotiate the salary but they would not budge.
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