I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Woodruff-Sawyer & Co..
Interview Details – The entire process was relatively quick and efficient. I felt like the evaluated my overall qualifications rather than just looking strictly at past titles and saw where certain skills could fill their opening.
I initially had a phone screen with HR for about 30 minutes. We spent about as much time discussing my interest in the role and what I thought about it as we did answering specific questions about my qualifications. I felt it was a nice way to judge overall fit.
I was brought in for an interview with the team and was able to meet everyone I would be working with. This interview consisted more of discussing my background and situational questions.
About a week later I began dialog with HR and discussed next steps and was offered the position.
Interview Question – These were mostly situational. Since my background didn't directly translate into the into the position because I was switching fields I may not have know the exact answer, but could walk through my thought process. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They were straight forward through the process. They continued to ask my range and give me feedback about the position responsibilities, title, and salary.
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