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I have been working at Koch Industries full-time (Less than a year)
Amazing team and leadership. You feel like an integral part of the team that is trying to accomplish societal changes in CJR. Lots of freedom to learn while still being held to a high standard of responsibility.
Honestly I cannot say there were any cons. So I am just trying to fill some space here.
Advice to Management
Keep it up. Working on the Public Policy team was amazing.
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Koch Industries (Washington, DC) in February 2016.
The online application took about an hour. Asked about your resume, previous schooling, general questions. Then, there was a multiple choice option on the application asking about you in work situations & your general attitudes. I heard back within a few weeks about my online application for the first interview.
There is a three-round interview process. First interview is with the HR Director on the phone that lasts about 15 minutes. This one is a review of your application, resume, your interest in the company, and dates of availability. After each interview, they ask if you have any questions for them. Expect a call back within a week.
Second interview is with the person who either is in charge of hiring the new people or your potential supervisor. This is the MOST important of the interviews and lasts about thirty minutes or so. This was a phone interview. They go over the general information again, but then they ask about how you've handled conflict in the past, along with your best and worst qualities. After the interview concludes, they ask if you have any questions once more. Expect a call within a week as to whether or not you make it to the third and final interview.
The third interview is set up as a video conference on a system they had called Bluejeans (which they might have changed by now). This one takes about an hour and fifteen minutes. I had talked to two future coworkers for thirty minutes, where they asked more in-depth questions. Then, I talked to two more future coworkers for thirty minutes. Lastly, the supervisor asked questions once more for the last fifteen minutes of the interview. If offered a position, expect to hear back within two to three weeks about their decision.