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I worked at Trimble Navigation full-time (More than 5 years)
Opportunity for advancement, training and classes to keep growing your skill set, fairly flexible work environment, competitive salaries and benefits.
Company is spread out over many cities and countries, getting anything done takes patience and a lot of coordination, projects are all worked through a process that doesn't leave much room for invention or improvisation.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Trimble Navigation (Westminster, CO) in August 2015.
I had an initial half hour interview with the QA Lead and was able to let them know that I had investigated the company / position, as well as describe my applicable experience. Then I was called in for a follow-up face-to-face with 2 hours of meetings with QA Lead, QA Engineer, and the QA Manager. I met with the QA Lead and Engineer for about an hour, answering questions about my testing experience and then spent another hour with the QA Manager. I was asked about the ability to work off-shift now and again.
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Those who fear not knowing their place in the world should Trimble. Trimble Navigation makes systems and software based on the US government-owned Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite network. The company's surveying, mapping, and marine navigation equipment tracks time, longitude, latitude, and altitude. Trimble also makes devices that track ground vehicle and aircraft fleets, as well as timing devices to synchronize communications equipment. Its products are used in engineering, construction, asset management, and agricultural applications. Nearly half of sales ...