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Great people, environment & a lot of room for growth
The challenge like all sports is the pay is low and hours are long
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at New Jersey Devils in November 2014.
A rigorous, misleading process. Had three phone interviews (HR, followed by two team members), before being invited to an in-person in Philadelphia. While there, I met with 3 directors/managers. It was an informative series of interviews, and I Ieft feeling very confident about the way things went. Soon thereafter, I was invited to the Prudential Center to chat with additional team members over dinner. This was a more informal meeting, where I connected with other VPs and directors. Again, it seemed to go very well, as the NJD team explicitly talked about what I would be doing, who I'd be working alongside, where I'd fit in on the team, etc. Then, with little to no explanation, I received an email just one business day after, telling me that they decided to move forward with other candidates.
I have never been through so many stages and interviews, with much travel involved, only to be told, quite casually, that they've changed direction.
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These Devils make trouble for their opponents on the ice. The New Jersey Devils professional hockey team entered the National Hockey League in 1974 as the Kansas City Scouts and relocated to Colorado until it settled in the Garden State in 1982. One last relocation saw the Devils take up residence at the Prudential Center in Newark in 2007 after several years playing host at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford. A regular contender for the playoffs, the hockey franchise boasts three Stanley Cup championships, its last in 2003. An investment group led by Jeffrey Vanderbeek...