It's a 2 interview process.
Answered - Lead Security Advisor (Former Employee) - Fresno, CA
Scheduled an interview with Defender at 1.00pm today with Gabriel Adams in the Raleigh office. Arrived at 12..55pm. Office was locked. Waited until 1.15pm. No one arrived at the office. I took a picture of the office entrance with a time card indicator to confirm being on site to the interview. I emailed my documentation to the recruiting manager, Joshua Hallmark. His response..Sorry..I don't know what's going..contact Gabriel. I turned my phone off to mentally prepare for my next interview with a different company at 2.45. Around 4.30pm, I turned my phone back on. One voicemail from Gabriel stated he had no idea an interview was scheduled. I responded to text at 5.05pm, recognizing mistakes can happen and offered to reschedule for Friday at 9.00am. Gabriel's only response as of 5.10pm is...(I think I can make that work, let me check my calendar). No further response... received as of 8.38pm and writing this review.
Phone screening and face to face interview. Both were Very relaxed and easy to talk to. Enjoyable!
If the branch needs people they make you hire anyone that can walk.
Answered - Security Manager (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
Phone call, in person interview, final interview
Answered - Security Advisor (Current Employee) - Knoxville, TN
You interview with the Branch Manager of the location you're applying for. It's pretty laid back and straightforward. They ask the normal questions and about previous employments. They explain the job and what to expect pretty well.
Answered - Security Advisor (Current Employee) - Iowa
Easy! A week at a nice hotel during the training. The training is very good.
Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH