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Most of colleagues are very nice
No bonus. Old chairman is very good, heard a lot of complain about current one!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Ecology and Environment.
The initial interview took place over the phone and was over in literally 12 minutes. Basically, the interviewer was looking over my resume and asking questions about my educational, work and research experience and getting a feel for what I've done. After the phone interview, hiring for the position was put on hold due to necessary hiring elsewhere. 2 months later, I was contacted to see if I was still interested in the position and set up a formal interview. A panel interview was set up where I was able to meet with some senior staff and team leads. There were 4 interviewers in the panel. I was taken to a conference room and the interviewers came in pairs. Everyone was very personable and it really didn't feel like much of an interview. Again, they looked over my resume and asked about my education and experiences and it felt like they were just trying to get a feel for who I was as a person more than anything.
- Mostly elaborating on education and experiences but also things like how do you handle stress and how do you handle working with others you may not like. Answer Question
Every day is Earth Day at environmental consulting and testing company Ecology and Environment. The company, which has completed 45,000 projects in 84 countries, provides engineering, permitting, and environmental support for all kinds of energy development, including offshore energy, power plants, pipelines, and renewables. Services include environmental impact assessments, air pollution control, wastewater analyses, and site-planning. It offers hazardous waste site evaluations and field assessments across the US and provides cleanups of Superfund sites and emergency...