I worked at Unicon full-time (More than 5 years)
A passionate group of engineers who want to help make great systems and products. It has a real family feel and is not a corporate environment. The company focuses on education technology.
It's a small company so there is not a lot of opportunity for career growth beyond the architect level. Based out of Arizona so there is a high chance of needing to move or working remotely alone.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing in terms of the business and culture. Provide some additional opportunities for people to shine within the teams and go beyond the basic engineering and PM roles.
I applied online. I interviewed at Unicon.
Had a pleasant phone conversation but HR never sent my resume to the interviewer, so I scrambled to describe my job history and experience. Interviewer recommended I move on to the next stage, but I shortly received a rejection email. I felt like I had no opportunity to demonstrate my knowledge which is unfortunate because this could have been a good fit. My guess is the company is looking for more years of experience on paper.
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