Interviewed at Walter P. Moore and Associates
Interview Details – Laid back but extensive interview with a variety of different people at different experience levels.
Interview Question – None that come to mind. It was mostly questions about background or classes taken. What were my technical interests or passions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Pretty straight forward.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Walter P. Moore and Associates in May 2013.
Interview Details – Phone call and then in-person interview.
Interview Question – Really nothing difficult. Just asked about my classes. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They gave me a nice letter and I was happy with it...so negotiating.
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Walter P. Moore and Associates.
Interview Details –
After submitting my resume online, applying as a gradate engineer, I was contacted about an opening in one of their offices. They requested a copy of my transcripts and three references, if I was interested in the position. I submitted the requested information, and I was contacted again to come in for an interview. Since the position was 1,100 miles away, they paid all of my travel expenses (Airfare, Hotel, Taxi, Dining).
Once I arrived for the interview, I first met with a nice women from HR. She explained all of the benefits the company had to offer. The remainder of the day I met with 9 other employees of varying levels of experience, ranging from 3 years to 31 years with the company. For lunch, they took me to a nice dining establishment near the office.
All of the interviews were set up to give me a feel for the office, and all of the questions directed towards me were general about my education and experience. At the end of the day they promptly ended to make sure I had enough time to catch my flight home.
The reimbursement for the expenses were paid in a timely fashion. They did not, however, respond within the time frame that they said they would, requiring for me to contact them.
Interview Question – None of the questions were difficult or even anything that was unexpected. Answer Question
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