I have been working at Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans full-time (Less than a year)
Applied via job posting. Contacted by HR less a week for phone interview. Contacted next day to come in. One final round of interviews with management, and each time they were very accomodating. They were prepared, professional & answered my questions. I have only been with the company 6 weeks, but have had an extremely positive experience. On-boarding was thought out, organized & personable. Benefits are AMAZING!! Considering the high cost of health coverage, this company is very generous with what they offer. I've found most employees have worked their 10+ years (another plus in my book). The have shown a commitment to tightening up processes, recruiting strong leadership, and offering more training to all staff. They really want everyone to be successful. I truly feel as if I've found my new "home".
The only comment I can offer here, is they are opportunities for change or improvement on the IT side. But they are keenly aware of this already, and are taking steps to address this.
Advice to Management
Just keep up the good work.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans in September 2015.
Conference call arranged by the recruiter. I was promised a through technical interview which I looked forward to. I wanted to hear what was important to them? Are those things important to me? I was asked several vague questions about process not technology. The interview was short at the end I decided to pass. I think this is a small organization with a lot of tech debt. I think they want to plaster over their tech debt in a way that is easiest and short term. Not a good for anyone passionate about technology.
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