- Carlsbad, CA
- 1 to 50 Employees
- 2 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2009
- Revenue: $5 to $25 million (USD)
- Information Technology Support Services
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John holds true to his word. I’ve heard from others that they’d thought it was too good to be true during the recruitment process. I guess I felt some of that too but everything John tells you is the truth and how they run their business. The success of their employees, whether with BICP, or the next opportunity is at the heart of their business model. Couldn’t be happier to join such a good group. They’ve been incredible.
Can’t think of much. Maybe more in person gatherings but John and Sean do a great job checking in and trying to get the group together when they’re in town.
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- Anonymous Employee in United StatesNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewApplication
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Business Intelligence Competency Partners (United States) in Jul 2018
InterviewWas sent an unsolicited InMail on LinkedIn asking to discuss a role. The message supplied specific qualifications (I fit all of them); he had already looked at my LinkedIn profile and I provided my resume beforehand. He called me and apologized because he was in the car. Position description offered relo and then he asked if I cared about traveling or if I wanted relo. This was a confusing way to start the interview.
Then he spent about 15 minutes talking about his entire work history, and finally ended that and said he was looking for someone who had built a big data real time analytics platform in their previous role (I have these skills but was working on different technologies in my previous role), and basically now told me I was unqualified. He also didn't sound like he knew much about data science, and admitted most of the work they did previously, including his own background, was in BI.
I was actually highly qualified for this role, and he was asking basic questions off of my resume during the call so I know he wasn't simply mistaken or hadn't looked at it regarding knowing what skills I possess. I took away that he knew what he wanted the end result to be, but wasn't confident enough to ask technical data science questions to assess skills, so was relying on what the interviewee specifically did in their prior job. I decided by the end of the call that the company and role wasn't for me.Interview
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