Mission: To help companies across the globe break down the barriers between legal, compliance, and operational risk.
I have been working at Mitratech full-time
Fast-growing market and expanding software development opportunities.
Less focused on bureaucratic processes, more focused on flexibility to enable productivity and reach goals. Culture and benefits focused on the employees. Career growth opportunities and talent development programs.
Currently there are gaps between responsibilities that larger companies may have resources assigned to full-time.
Clients present above average difficulties and have complexities that make day to day task management very challenging.
I applied online. I interviewed at Mitratech (Austin, TX) in May 2018.
The process overall included a screening call and personality and intelligence test, then a phone interview with the prospective direct supervisor, then a panel interview and a one-on-one with a the division vice president. Other than some occasional irritability in the recruiter, I was having a very positive interview experience right up through the phone interview with my prospective supervisor.
But when the recruiter sent an email with my scheduled interviews with the panel and vice president, she included two dates: 1) she said that the interviews--plural, so not just mine--were to begin on May 16th and then 2) an itinerary for mine on "Wednesday, 4/25." It turns out mine was on the 16th, which I learned when the recruiter called me 15 minutes after it was supposed to start. She seemingly took responsibility, apologizing for the errors in her email, and I apologized for misreading "4/25" as 5/25. Then she asked if I could come in right away. I truly could not, so she said she would talk to the team about a reschedule.
After calling her twice and sending her an email asking for an update about a reschedule that was necessary because of her email, she responded that another interviewer was able to come on site so they would be moving forward with them. Ultimately, they denied me a job opportunity because I would not compensate for their error, and as far as I could tell, they didn't intend to notify me that I had been dropped from consideration.
Mitratech touts integrity, honesty, transparency, and accountability as core company values, but in this case they showed me that they do not live up to them.