- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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I worked with Proteus for a little over a year and had a great experience. The company staff is full of smart people who do everything they can to take care of their employees. Proteus offers benefits that are some of the best in any industry and they compensate with very reasonable salaries. I was a little shocked by the negative comments on this site. I got to see the company from multiple angles, both on contract, and from the program management/leadership side. Some of the criticisms are way overstated. I was afforded a tremendous amount of opportunities to further my professional education, learn new things, and help influence change. As long as you work hard, are proactive and have a good attitude, Proteus is a great place to work.
Proteus is a small business breaking out of its shell. With that comes some growing pains and organizational challenges. They are managing it well, and improving as they go. Things are headed in a positive direction.
Advice to Management
Systemize every repeatable process possible. Definable systems allow you to make expectations clear to everyone both up and down the chain of command.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Proteus Technologies in May 2009.
I was contacted by a recruiter who arranged everything at each stage. A brief phone screening takes place followed by a "programming challenge" (write a program to provided specs), then finally a phone interview with 3 or 4 people. The interview consists of resume-based questions, general knowledge questions, and some "brain-teaser" type questions (write a program in your head, solve this odd problem, etc).
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