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I have been working at Eid Passport full-timePros
Employees are treated right, lots of opportunities to develop your skills. True team environment, no drama co-workers focused on getting the job done, with sacrificing fun.
Good benefits, excellent health coverage.
Work life balance is respected.
Open to new ideas.Cons
Some expected growing pains as the company evolves. Some confusion, minor chaos occasionally due to holes in the structure. Issues are known and being worked on.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Happy with current direction.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Eid Passport.Interview Details
Through a recruiter's posting for the position I applied for the position. A week and a half later the company contacted me to schedule a screening call. Before the call, they shared information to help me better understand their products and the technology space that they occupy - basically a list of terms that I could Google. They also shared that they follow a Behavioral Interview foundation for interviewing. Therefore, they wanted to learn about What you have done as relative to the position you are applying for and How you have done things.
The phone interview was straight-forward and the interviewer was pleasant. I got the sense that the company is very new to user-centered design and may not currently have the managerial and company infrastructure in place to allow for the successful implementation of user-centered methodologies early in the design process (i.e., may not have user-centered design elements integrated into the existing design process like defining intentions, defining user-centered design requirements, performing task analyses and function allocation, etc...). Instead they seemed most interested in a UX/UI designer to provide the "voice of the user" as another team member on the development team. Likely some good opportunities here to help develop, carve out, and forge a stronger voice for user-centered design and helping define strategic vision for UX/UI.Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
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Eid Passport helps businesses, government facilities, ports, and military installations keep tabs on the comings and goings of visitors in order to improve security. The company's RAPIDGate (Registered And Previously ID'd) security program provides multiple layers of security checks, including the use of secure credentials, biometric data, and radio-frequency identification (RFID) badges. RAPIDGate streamlines access for vendor, supplier, contractor, and subcontractor personnel that enter secure facilities. Users of Eid Passport systems have included the US military...