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    ISSO Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Accepted Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Easy Interview

    Interview

    Basic questions revolving around past experience and background. 2 on 1 interview style, was quick and efficient. Was straightforward and discussed expectations and possible work environment and schedule. Feedback happened quickly, and an offer was extended shortly after.

    Interview Questions

    • Specific questions about background, schooling, certifications and RMF experience.   Answer Question

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    GSCC Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Accepted Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    Interview

    It was a straight forward interview, they asked about my experience doing security and how I got my clearance They broke the job down and answered all the questions I had.

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    Customer Service Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience

    Interview

    Friendly environment, very comfortable setting. I got a feeling that there would be a lot of growth within the company after six months to a year. Staff was very welcoming knowing that you are there for an interview. That being said, it was genuine and helped get rid of some nervous jitters.

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    Director Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Herndon, VA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at ManTech (Herndon, VA) in March 2020.

    Interview

    Interview process is pretty thorough in a Group setup. Process included skills review, general knowledge of about the deals and process, walk through of the solution process, twisted questions on addressing some the challenges. The process also included about 30 mins of white board session, where candidate is given a choice to pick a topic and walk them through the solution process. This session is essentially to demostrate the ability to talk and convience client executives about the solution approach. Pretty intense. But a good process.

    Interview Questions

    • How do you solution a deal where client information is not available or minimal?   Answer Question

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    Human Resources Business Partner Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Herndon, VA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at ManTech (Herndon, VA) in February 2020.

    Interview

    HR Practitioners should know better than to have peers interview their potential peers/colleagues before meeting with the hiring manager. It is't indicative of how well a team will perform together, and in fact often backfires. Peers should have no say in who is going to be brought on to essentially be competition for upward openings. And in my case, as my search on LinkedIn indicated, I had significantly more HR and govcon experience than they did. Not to mention that both of them were hired the week before I interviewed with them, so they were practically no use to me in the interview process. A good HR practitioner is going to know better than to have them interview a candidate. I tried to ask them questions about the operations and the hiring manager's management style and they couldn't answer it.

    I met with the director afterwards, and the conversation went well enough - it was more conversational than interview style. We both came from similar backgrounds, and I had vast familiarity with the customers this position would be supporting.

    I don't know if the hiring manager was just over-burdened and stretched too thin, but I didn't get much out of the interview, and the interview felt rushed because she came in late and mentioned "I have a hard stop at XX". So we had less than an hour of the booked hour.

    After the interview, i never heard back from the recruiter - who BTW reached out to me about the opening, and was overly complimentary of my background. I found out I didn't get the position by way of email. SO lazy and unprofessional. You work in an HR function - you should know that practices such as that are detrimental to the organization. It takes 5 minutes to call and let a candidate know that they weren't selected. If you can't handle difficult conversations than perhaps this isn't the right role for you.

    But it all worked out in the end - the day after I was declined, I found out my former boss (who was HORRIBLE - horrible like WOAH, and the reason I was looking for a new position) was named a new senior leader within the organization. I don't want to be associated with an organization that hires people like that.

    Interview Questions

    • (from my potential peers) Tell me about the ER function at XXX (current company - Mantech competitor)   1 Answer

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    Internal Audit Senior Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at ManTech.

    Interview

    A company recruiter contacted me via email and scheduled a phone interview with the hiring manager. I took time from my busy schedule to discuss the role with the hiring manager for over 30 minutes, yet the recruiter failed to follow-up with the status of the position. The recruiter displayed a lack of professionalism and a lack of respect for my time. I would never apply to this company ever again.

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    Senior Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at ManTech.

    Interview

    A single in-person interview. Interviewers were late, nobody was at reception. Employees just ignored me. Fedex came showed up and they helped him but continued to ignore me. More employees came by, one asked me who I was and I told him my fully name and who I was interviewing with. He left, came back again, ignored me, started talking on his phone. The receptionist came back and was able to communicate with me that this person who had been ignoring me and talking on his phone was there to interview me. Said interviewer wouldn't greet me or introduce himself. Weird cultural difference. Finally the remainder show up and the interview goes underway. Interviewers are busy working from their laptops. They ask a lot of questions specific to their tech stack and its design patterns and seem baffled that other companies would choose different design patterns. As well as huge language miscommunications where often times nobody understood the other party due very poor command of English by the interviewers. They cut the interview short by PM'ing someone to walk in and hand someone a small slip of paper full of bad acting to signal that the interview is over.

    Verdic: This place is a total Infosys/Tata consulting style bodyshop. Sad that they are passing over actual veterans and looking to hire non-US citizens, putting them into management when they can't even speak English well.

    Interview Questions

    • What are some other Amazon Services you have used? Did you use SDKs for those?   1 Answer
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    Human Resources Business Partner Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Washington, DC
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at ManTech (Washington, DC) in December 2019.

    Interview

    I had received random calls from two different recruiters over the span of a week and a half. Each recruiter had asked to speak with me about the role without any notice when they’d call. I had to ask for a scheduled time. When I finally had the phone screen with the second recruiter, it was clear he didn’t know much about the role and was just reading from a script. He couldn’t answer any of my basic questions like “what are some of the projects currently being worked on” and not even “what’s the culture like”. When the screen was wrapping up, I asked when I could expect to hear back, timeframe, etc., and he said, “oh I have no idea, hopefully you hear something” and hung up. I’m totally fine if I wasn’t right for the role but having a recruiter who knew little and was ambivalent about the whole process gave me the impression the role is not considered important and therefore not worthy of pursuing.

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    Data Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Declined Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at ManTech.

    Interview

    There was a single pretty informal phone interview with the hiring manager. I did not actually know there would only be a phone interview and no in-person one. They offered me the job after the phone interview.

    Interview Questions

    • What languages are you comfortable in (R, Python, Java, etc.)?   Answer Question

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    Human Centered Designer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Owings Mills, MD
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at ManTech (Owings Mills, MD) in September 2019.

    Interview

    Submitted my resume via a recruiter. They gave feedback that very afternooon, and wanted to set up an interview (with no phone screening). I show up to the interview, and I was supposed to meet with another individual, but he was available. So someone else took the interview. Their were 3 people interviewing me. Two of them were dialed in on a conference call (UX Researcher and UX Designer). They asked very simple questions, to which I quickly was able to answer very articulately. After about twenty minutes, the two designers get off the phone, and the main interviewer is talking to me as if I had already got the job, even going so far as to telling me where to eat, and the laptop I'll be provided with. At the end, he told me that they'll be in contact with me about the next steps shortly. I walked away thinking it was all but a done deal.

    After two days passed, I reached out to my recruiter to see if they contacted her with any feedback. She told me they had another interview lined up, and will make a final decision on Monday. Monday morning at 8:30AM, I get an e-mail saying they passed on me, with an absolute horsecrap excuse that would only make sense if they initially used it to screen my resume, and NOT have me drive over an hour for said reasoning that they passed. Completely unprofessional

    Interview Questions

    • Which part of UX do I like the most: Research or Design?   1 Answer

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