- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Novavax as an intern for less than a yearPros
This place has an excellent work environment. Helpful and friendly people to work with. The work here is very interesting. The location of the company is just perfect!Cons
Nothing that I can think of right now. My experience here has been so amazing that I can hardly think of anything as cons!RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online - interviewed at Novavax.Interview Details
1st- phone interview with manager of section. Typical interview, no behavioral questions, just asking about my resume, experienced and the work I liked to do.
2nd interview- Met with 5 different people. Met with HR, CEO, managers and the people I would be working with. HR just asked about my salary requirements and my interest in the company. CEO didn't even ask me professional questions, more personal questions as to what I liked to do in my free time. He seemed very nice and laid back. Managers asked me typical interview questions and some behavioral questions. People I would be working with just asked why I wanted to work there. Since they weren't managers they didn't really seem to care about asking me serious questions, seemed more laid back.
I could tell that it was a nice place to work. They take employees out bowling every week. It seems like most people are happy there. Everyone seemed really nice. Overall it was a good interview process.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsSalary is too low.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
- It was an easy interview. They are really expanding so I think they're hiring a lot. Answer Question
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