I have been working at Rocky Mountain Instrument full-time (More than 3 years)
Everyone here is very friendly which creates a very comfortable and collaborative working environment - people from different departments/areas often work together and are quick to support their fellow colleagues. Many people that you work with - from the upper management to sales to the technical staff - are industry experts that are really loyal and dedicated to the company. Everyone is really highly-skilled and they have a lot to offer - you will definitely gain a lot of insight about the industry and your profession by working with them! The CEO really cares about his employees, and people at all levels of the company see him as a respected leader who is leading the company towards a promising future.
The location of the company is in a somewhat rural area which can be far especially if you live in the more central parts of Denver. With that said, it is a very nice and beautiful area!
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Rocky Mountain Instrument (Denver, CO).
The interview was mostly the CEO Steve Hahn, talking about how you can make over $100,000 a year but then you are giving the bottom of the barrel for accounts, and you will continue to lose bids due to RMI out pricing themselves. Steve Hahn talks a lot of game but can care less about you unless you perform well.
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