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Omnitracs San Diego, CA

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Omnitracs San Diego, CA Reviews

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    Current Contractor - Systems and Integration Test Engineer in San Diego, CA
    Current Contractor - Systems and Integration Test Engineer in San Diego, CA
    Recommends

    I have been working at Omnitracs as a contractor (Less than a year)

    Pros

    I currently work here as a contractor..it is pretty good experience to work with. Great work culture.

    Cons

    Nothing to say about it.

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Omnitracs San Diego, CA Photos

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Omnitracs San Diego, CA Salaries

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Omnitracs San Diego, CA Interviews

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    Senior Sourcing Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Diego, CA
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Omnitracs (San Diego, CA) in June 2018.

    Interview

    Really nice and great recruiter, I have to give him that. Not a fan of the company's hiring process. Definitely gives you a bureaucratic funk right from the get go. They do an aptitude test and personality test but in order to access the practice test you have to pay some partner company $80. The practice tests are definitely a must if you are trying to do well on these, especially as the things that slow you down are the test/app's actual design rather than the logic questions and it greatly helps to give it a practice shot first. But to need to spend $80 just to even get into the pile before the hiring manager (not recruiter) will really even look you over almost made me pass altogether. And I wish I had. Paid, tested, passed, then immediately was told sorry but your work experience in one particular area is not what we're looking for. This should have been established prior to putting me through the stress and costs of the tests. And don't even get me started on the personality test.... I've never seen such a useless set of questions. The in house recruiter was great though, super friendly, super responsive and helpful. Their process just felt wrong.

    Interview Questions

    • Personally test: Did you have trouble keeping up with your peers socially?   1 Answer
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