Conestoga-Rovers & Associates
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“Safety first; great group of people doing a wide variety of services under a level leadership team. ”
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Conestoga-Rovers & AssociatesPros
The variety is very interesting and the team support allows one to safely experience new kinds of project work.Cons
Some projects are remote and require time and distance away from family.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Continue with the ergonomic improvements and encourage level and open communication between staff.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Conestoga-Rovers & Associates in October 2014.Interview Details
I applied for the position almost a year ago. However, when I saw that the position was still open, I resubmitted my application and received feedback from a HR representative within two weeks.
We scheduled a phone screen interview within the same week. The representative was very friendly and started off with the the basic values, goals, and operations of CRA. The representative's inquiries for me included my interest in the company, why it isn't working out at my current job, desired salary, certifications I have, goals I want to pursue if I were hired, the essential work and industry I would be assigned to if I were hired, and details of my experience related to the field.
Followed-up with a thank you email and heard back from the representative within a couple of days that another HR representative will get in touch with me for a phone interview with the hiring managers. It was about a month until the second phone interview was scheduled, and I was almost disheartened that the process wouldn't go any further since so much time had passed. However, it turned out that scheduling the second phone interview was delayed due to their busy schedules.
The second interview was entirely technical. I didn't feel it was difficult since I was confident in my experience and abilities.
Third interview is the face-to-face interview, which is in the TBD phase. It took awhile for the second interview to commence, so I'm continuing to wait for the third.Interview Questions
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