I worked at Orange County (California) part-time (More than a year)
Friendly work environment and the staffs are nice. Worked with a team of great people. Had access to a good number of tools to help getting work done.
Micro-management, lack of focus, lack of direction, and slow responses at the top level, resulting the team unable to perform which ultimately led to attrition.
Advice to Management
Listen to your staffs and actually consider recommendations. Lose the micro-management so not everything gets pushed to the right.
I applied online. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at Orange County (California) (Orange, CA) in August 2015.
There were 4 questions, (think of an essay-response form on a high school test) that were given to every applicant asking questions to do with the nature of the work. The first half was dedicated to AutoCAD, the remaining half dedicated to audio engineering. The job description wanted someone affluent in Autocad and/or audio engineering (perhaps to fill 2 roles with one job title). I did not do that well with the AutoCAD portion because that was not my reason for applying, but answered my best. It was awkward because I could provide a few words at most for the first half of the interview. Once the audio portion was reached, the conversation flowed. I asked many questions to the two gentlemen proctoring. My interview time slot was exceeded slightly, because I kept the conversation going. Remember its an INTERVIEW- so bring them questions too!
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