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    Gilbarco: Good place to work

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Gilbarco Interviews

Updated Dec 13, 2014
Updated Dec 13, 2014

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    IT Security Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Greensboro, NC
    Anonymous Employee in Greensboro, NC
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 8 weeksinterviewed at Gilbarco in October 2014.

    Interview Details

    This ended up being almost an eight week process. I applied through a job posting from a recruitment firm. The initial phone screening took place a week later, followed by a phone interview and a scheduled four hour on-site visit. The on-site interview was with an HR rep, consisting of standard HR questions (why are you looking, describe your management style, etc.), and interviews with the hiring manager, and two managers who would be considered co-workers. Two days following this, I had a phone interview with the CIO. No feedback for over two weeks, and then another phone interview with a Security analyst from the parent company. I was also supposed to have a phone interview the same day with another HR rep, who did not make the call due to a mistake on her side. An in person interview with the new head of HR took place a week later.

    The entire process was very unorganized and disjointed. Each person in the interview process seemed to have a different opinion on what the job was supposed to entail. See the response below regarding the "most unexpected question". They do not seem to be in agreement as to whether they want a Security/Network manager to maintain their firewalls, or a Security Program Manager to handle their audits.

    The office itself, as has been noted in other reviews, is not a place where I would have enjoyed working. Very outdated, cramped, and cluttered. Very much a 1960s/1970s manufacturing plant, with offices tacked on as an afterthought. I also noted that there were 10 - 15 prime parking places designated for various executives. That is not something I would expect from an organization that has a teamwork culture.

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    • If you were hired and came to work here, what would be the potential things that would make you regret your decision after a few months working here?   View Answer
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Headquarters Greensboro, NC
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1870
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

Gilbarco wants to give you gas. The company (which does business as Gilbarco Veeder-Root) supplies gas stations with retail point-of-sale (POS) computer systems, including gas pumps, tank monitoring, and credit card processing equipment from manufacturing plants located in the US. It sells through a network of distributors and affiliates worldwide. Customers include convenience stores, fuel retailers, truck fleet operators, car rental companies, and local governments. The company is also a leading rebuilder of fuel dispensing equipment. Gilbarco is a subsidiary of Danaher... More

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