Mission: We make renting cool again (actually, it’s never been cool until now).
I have been working at On-Site.com full-time (More than a year)
There is always work to be done and people are great.
Clients that are rude or impatient
Advice to Management
Bi-weekly food trucks...
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at On-Site.com (Durham, NC) in January 2016.
I had been freelancing for a while so I hadn't had a job interview in years. This was the most fun on a job interview I've ever had.
After chatting with a remote employee at a Ruby meetup (whom I will refer to as Mr X from here on out), he invited me to set up a google hangout and asked some general questions about what I was looking for and what I thought was important in a good work environment.
The next step was to implement a reverse polish notation calculator. Although I had no clue what that was, it was pretty easy to pick up from examples and wikipedia what needed to be done. The nice thing about this particular programming exercise is that it doesn't require specialized or comp sci knowledge to write, just a bit of common sense.
I spent about 5 days working on the calculator in my off time. Once I submitted it, I heard back from Mr X 2 days later that it was well received and that the team wanted to interview me some more.
I wanted to know sooner than later, so I requested for the interview to be scheduled as soon as possible. They were able to accommodate, and I had interviews set up that next Monday. After 3 one hour interviews with different members of the team, I was extended an offer of employment and a chance to be flown out the next morning to attend Dashcon, an annual internal hackathon for charity that On-Site holds. I accepted, flew out there, and I had a blast!
10/10, would apply again :)
We're proud to announce we had the official ribbon-cutting for our newly redone Dallas office (complete with summer party!)