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. The process took 6 days – interviewed at Eid Passport in November 2014.Interview Details
The interview process was awesome - the best I've ever had, and I've had a few.
The active developer team (not project/IT managers!) performed the actual interview in several small sessions - just me, and two interviewers at a time - in small think rooms. I felt like I was a peer being rated by peers; not a "newbie".
Each part focused on a different "skill" such as design / problem solving, practical coding, and working with QA / testing / scrum. There was a lot of allocated time (up to 3 hours I was told) but I only used about half of the time, and that was after asking numerous questions - all of the time actually used was used effectively.
All parts of the interview were also a test to determine if you (the applicant) would be a good member of the team and questions were actively encouraged by each interview pair. All the personal involved with the process were courteous and just plain FUN to deal with.
The interview (phone and then follow-up in person) was also done quickly right before Thanksgiving, which I can only credit to my recruiter team.Interview Questions
Reasons for Declining
- There were a few obscure technical details that came up (for which bonus points were defiantly awarded) but there were no "difficult" questions for someone who knows how to code and follows good practices. There were no unexpected questions. View Answer
This was the second offer I had and I simply could not justify the commute difference - the team would be awesome to work with, but I live on the wrong side of traffic from Hillsboro.Declined OfferPositive 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...