I worked at Rohr full-time (More than a year)
Great money, great benefits, lots of overtime and great long term employment. Very interesting work, but very detailed and demanding.
They don't handle greivences very well and middle management leaves alot to be desired. I was discriminated against so badly that I felt I had to quit.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Rohr (Chula Vista, CA) in March 2011.
I applied via the company website. Contacted by email about a week later to set up initial phone screening. Phone screening was a basic set of questions about experience, willingness to perform drug test, and salary expectation. Second phone interview about three weeks later, was a series of ten technical questions. Brought in for panel interview a few weeks later: it was me, the hiring manager, and three senior engineers. 1.5 hours of behavioral and specific technical questions, very challenging and thorough interview for sure. Everyone I met on-site were very cordial and professional, with semi-casual attire the norm. I did OK (not great) on the interview, told I would hear back within two days; however, 20 minutes after walking out of the building the hiring manager called and offered the position. Got an offer a few days later that was very reasonable and accepted it.
I tried to negotiate for salary increase but was rejected (entry level position, standard salary offering, yada yada). I should have tried for a signing bonus instead.
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