Mission: IT Security That Works.
I have been working at Thycotic full-time (More than a year)
Working on difficult problems
Occasionally integrating new software
Great people to work with
Increasingly corporate atmosphere
Tighter and tighter deadlines
Large tech support burden on development
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Thycotic (Washington, DC) in October 2016.
Received an email from a recruiter (over LinkedIn, I think). After responding, I was asked to take a skills assessment. After taking the assessment, I received another follow up email and a request for a phone interview.
The phone interview was pretty generic. I was asked about my background, what my role was exactly at other companies I've worked for, questions about my personality, etc. I thought the phone interview went well and the recruiter said she'd get back in touch with me with a date to talk with the team manager.
A week later, I still hadn't heard anything back so I sent a follow up email. Never received a response back. I expect something came up and there's a reasonable explanation behind this, but from my perception, it's pretty unprofessional.
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