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Pros-Full-time remote work -Unionized workplace -Opportunity to do important and meaningful work with people who are passionate about what they do.
Cons-I don't have any cons of this workplace.
InterviewI interviewed with the organizing director who said they would get back to me. I wrote them a couple of times to ask if they'd filled the position. They responded they needed to do a second interview to which I agreed. This process was now in its 60th day. After the second panel interview that appeared to go well it was an additional 90 days before I finally withdrew my application. They said there were so many qualified people for the role it was just too hard to make a decision. I wouldn't work anywhere that has this much issue with communication and transparency. Whether intentional or not, massive red flag and i'm glad i avoided it. They still haven't filled the position well over a year after I withdrew my application.
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