Amazing friendly work environment. Family oriented. I enjoy going to work every day.
Not to many. non worth mentioning.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Icentris (Woods Cross, UT) in September 2017.
I was contacted by a recruiter and she submitted my name and information to them. (A few months later I was contacted by another one from a different company for the same position, so you can tell already they're having a hard time getting people to hire on). An interview on site was conducted about a week and a half after the submission.
I arrived for the interview ten to fifteen minutes before hand, walked into their reception area to be greeted by no one and no way to notify that I was there. I sat and waited as I watched people pass by at the end of the hallway not acknowledging that I was there. Close to fifteen minutes after the interview was to start, I was finally greeted by the team manager and we meandered through an office that was not in the best shape with various items obviously out of place or without a home.
The interview began well with just the team manager. Then he brought in two of the backend developers, both of whom where natives from India. Their English was decent except for the accent caused for me to ask them to repeat them selves a few times. Their line of questioning was broadly hypothetical and without giving much context. I would explain how I might do a thing one way, but it was clear they were fishing for me to tell them how to do it their way. A lot of confusion could have been cleared up if these gentlemen knew how to interview and were prepared. By far one of the worst interviews I had been in. I had read the other interview reviews on Glassdoor and should have listened. There's a reason they've been trying to fill this position for so long, and I don't see it getting filled soon as other places do.
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