Mostly steady work & productive work. Mostly good people to work for & with. The work is not hard to do & think the pay is fair. The directors & team leaders are well trained & effectively communicate the objectives of each project to the contractors.
Can get monotonous because of the highly repetitive requirements - in some projects the contractor will read & grade hundreds of student responses to reading or math questions in a day's time. Staying focused on the grading parameters is the most challenging part of the job in my opinion. Lastly the work is very regimented in that you start @ a very specific time, morning & afternoon breaks are @ specific times as is lunch & of course leave @ a specific time. To be fair to Measurement this is the most efficient way to manage this. But for professionals like myself that's doing this between jobs - it can be a challenge.
Advice to Management
This is a job that can very easily be done in a contractor's home & would clearly be a cost reduction for Measurement Inc cause it would free up building space to use for other revenue incoming projects. It would also reduce some of it's overhead & IT expenses. For the contractor (some who travel a half hour or more one way) it would be a time & cost saver.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Measurement Incorporated (Tampa, FL) in April 2015.
This was a very quick and easy hiring process with a "virtual" interview. This interview is basically just a questionnaire that includes very simple, easy-to-answer questions. In addition, there are a couple assessment tests you must take before hiring - math and language arts. You may take both or choose one; each lasts one hour. Both assessments are similar to what you would see in a standardized testing situation, similar to the SAT / GRE.
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