I have been working at Civco full-time (More than a year)
I've found the organization is open to trying new things and most managers are open to different opinions. A lot to do with a somewhat lean workforce, but this allows you to try different things and learn a lot. Quite a few examples of people advancing in the organization and most managers work to develop their people.
Systems need to catch up to the growth in the company but there's a lot of work being done to get there.
Advice to Management
Continue to focus on developing talent throughout the organization. This is your competitive advantage. Make time for it by making good on the promise to identify only the priorities that are most important.
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Civco (Coralville, IA) in October 2016.
The interviewer was very friendly and not intimidating. I interviewed with the same engineer who I had spoken with at the ISU career fair. We talked over the phone for around 45 minutes and they offered me the job a week later. No on-site interview only because they had spoken to me at the career fair
Reasons for Declining
I declined because the pay wasn't high enough for me to take a semester off from school and I had other offers for summer employment. Had this been a summer position I would have most likely accepted the job.
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