Mission: Help our customers access liquidity to future payments so that they can do what they need to do now and in the future.
I worked at Stone Street Capital full-time (Less than a year)
* Great opportunity for those who are at entry level position looking for first job and good pay scale right off the bat. * Great leadership and seasoned veteran management. * Good coaching and teaching of products and to handle specific tasks * Good location, benefits, packages, compensation * Time flexibility and scheduling of work * Solid work environment and coworkers
* Sales very demanding and difficult job. * Extremely erratic customer base * Too role specific * Can get repetitive and dull * Horrendous commute from both Virginia and Maryland sides as Bethesda is a business hotbed in addition to being close to another hotbed in Washington DC.
Advice to Management
Continue to do what you guys do.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Stone Street Capital.
When I applied for this job, I had never been through a series of interviews before. There was a phone interview with basic open-ended questions. Then a face-to-face with a manager which was much more informative as to the job requirements and daily activities. And the final step was a a face-to-face interview with their VP of Sales. This process went on over a month, which turned me off to the opportunity.
Reasons for Declining
When I came in for my 3rd interview, which I took the day off work for, the VP of Sales interviewed me for less than 5 minutes and told me to expect a call for my next interview. I told him I was no longer interested. I received a call the next day offering a position, which I declined.