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Employees rate Overland Park 34.1% higher than the overall average
I have been working at RSA Security as an intern (More than a year)
Great employees, healthy lines of communication
Dell makes decisions for the organization without knowing anything about the day-to-day
Advice to Management
Let RSA Archer make important decisions about how best to manage the office goings.
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The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at RSA Security (Overland Park, KS) in May 2011.
The process started with my recruiter presenting me to the company. They liked what they saw and brought me in for a 1:1 with the HR head, the gentleman I was replacing, and finally his boss.; ~ 4 hours. About a week later the HR rep contacted me saying that I had moved to the next level and to complete a technical exercise within a week. This included modelling a software product, but was left pretty open; you are expected to ask questions. About a week or two after turning in artifacts, RSA had me come in to walk through what I was thinking during the exercise. This was a ~1.5 hour presentation in front of ~10 persons from several different disciplines, inside and outside of the IT org. Several weeks later my recruiter received feedback that they were passing. The reason was that I was not technical enough for the position. All in all, I thought it was a very challenging, but pleasant experience. RSA certainly wants you to know your stuff. Also, it was very nice that the HR rep debriefed you after each phase of the process; this was a pleasant change from normal interviewing. The feedback was constructive and thoughtful.