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I worked at BioMed Realty full-time for more than a yearPros
Creative team atmosphere and culture. Support for modern technology and work tools.Cons
Nature of the lab/office market and reporting to Wall Street creates intense pressure for unrealistic levels of operational efficiency and reporting precision, resulting in vast work/life imbalance.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at BioMed Realty in April 2013.Interview Details
Received a call from HR to schedule an interview the following week and was informed that it would be face to face. Approximately 4 days prior to the interview, I was informed that it would be a phone interview with HR.
The phone interview with HR was fairly straight forward and in a conversational manner. Once completed, we scheduled a time to meet with one of the hiring managers the following week. That interview went very well and again was in a conversational manner. We discussed my management style and experience along with how I would handle various situations when the direct supervisor would not be available to answer questions or concerns regarding assigned projects.
Upon completion of the face to face interview, HR came in and informed me of the next steps of the process and said they would be in touch with me within the week. I never heard from them again.Interview Questions
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BioMed Realty knows its niche. A self-administered real estate investment trust (REIT), the company acquires, develops, leases, and manages research laboratories and offices for biotechnology companies, pharmaceutical firms, research institutions, and other life science tenants. BioMed owns more than 80 properties with around 150 buildings and more than 12 million sq. ft. of rentable space. The REIT's properties, which span about a dozen states, are often located near universities; its preferred markets include research and development hubs such as Boston, New York, San...