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Great place to work. Beautiful campus. Ability to easily advance from within. Computer and other classes available. Above-average salaries. Large, well established company.
I do not have any cons to express except that, if you have work- or employee-related troubles, try to find someone to help you remedy them.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Southwest Research Institute (San Antonio, TX) in June 2015.
Received an initial phone call after applying on-line. After the initial phone call, a more in-depth phone interview was set up. The phone call was about thirty minutes and they asked me a couple of questions and talked a little about the company and the work they do. After the phone interview, I was invited to a series of interviews on campus. The on-campus interviews took about four hours. I had to give a twenty minute presentation and meet with about four people individually, and one group interview where five employees interviewed me.
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If you're looking for research at an institute in the Southwest, look no further. Founded in 1947 by oilman and rancher Thomas Slick Jr., Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) is an independent, not-for-profit research and development institution that contracts to explore subjects in areas including automation and data systems, applied physics, space science and engineering, and chemistry. SwRI has about 3,000 scientists, engineers, and support staff at some 20 laboratories and offices in the US, China, and the UK. Customers include the private sector and government...