- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Los Angeles Metro full-time (More than a year)
Great people, opportunities for growth, culture, and mission
Experience depends on department you are hired into
Advice to Management
Continue to invest in young employees and foster innovation
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Los Angeles Metro (Los Angeles, CA) in February 2019.
I submitted my resume and the writing samples they requested. Two months later I got a phone call asking if I was available for an in-person interview in two days. Luckily I was. I asked whom I'd be interviewing with, and how much time to set aside for the interview, but the person on the phone said she didn't have that information. When I arrived at Metro I checked in at security and waited until 15 minutes after the start of my interview time before someone came to fetch me. Without any warning, I was ushered into a conference room that had five people sitting across from me at a long table. It was like a congressional hearing. Most of them were on the marketing team, with one person from HR. Each person took turns introducing themselves and asking me one question. Everyone took copious notes and it seemed as though they were all filling out the same form. Despite the nebulous-yet-rigid experience of the interview, I really enjoyed speaking with them. It was clear that they had good camaraderie and that they loved their jobs. After a while the interview felt more like a conversation and less like a hearing. I was told I would hear back from them within the next week and a half. I never heard anything.