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I have been working at SeptaPros
Great flexibility with work time and time to support family life.Cons
Salaries are lower than private industry, but benefits balance it out.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Continue to value your employees.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks – interviewed at Septa in January 2015.Interview Details
Online application, knowledge test, interview (where they should start), drug test/physical ,probationary period.
This is done through a recruiter, most recruiters are useless and have no knowledge of the job. They go by Resume's that have "key words" that a scanner picks up on, then they put your name in the computer and you get a computer generated letter inviting you to take a test.Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
- 100 test questions, no calculators allowed, several misspellings on the test form. Catch 22 questions. The knowledge based test that is more for passing a test than being able to do the actual work. Knowledge of Ohms law a MUST, knowledge of Math a MUST. I would say, they would do better interviewing, THEN testing candidates, I was there with quite a few very experienced people that felt they did not pass, makes me wonder who got to move on, most likely someone good at math, not mechanics. View Answer
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