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Employees rate Roanoke 32% lower than the overall average
I worked at Norfolk Southern as an intern (Less than a year)
Worked with great people. I worked in Research and Tests and was exposed to a variety of skills I haven't learned as an engineering student.
Some of the work got repetitive. I seemed to be doing grunt work rather than being involved in analysis .
Advice to Management
Have more structure for the interns. I spent a lot of time trying to find work to do.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Norfolk Southern (Roanoke, VA) in March 2014.
I applied for the position in October 2013 and forgot all about it until I got a call in the beginning of March a couple days after that they scheduled a phone interview which was basic behavioral questions and then a week and a half after that I schedule an in-person interview. They flew me to Roanoke and put me up in a nice hotel and then I interviewed in front of 3 people and they asked pretty much the same type of questions as the phone interviewer, there were no technical questions. 5 days later I received a phone call and was offered the position.
The salary is competitive but non-negotiable.