The interview process is basic. They will ask you questions (Basic) to weed out the ones who don't know a single thing about a computer, or cabling. Colors of the Wires in Cat5, and BIOS and questions.
This can be stressful. It boils down to integrity and self-worth. If you think you can't handle pressure, and do it all with a calm but responsive attitude than it's not for you. It's the Chef Ramsay of POScareers. I loved this company and the workers were amazing. You get so much support and help it's unheard of. Though you fly solo after getting acclamaited, you have help nearly 24/7. It's continuous growth as all careers are. You learn from each day you failed, not from succeeding. Because succeeding is a short victory, you must have a clear and concise system that brings you to the next level in order to grow. This is PAR for that matter, most POSengineering companies.
Work hours? They vary. You may work a 14hr workload, get home do all your paperwork and maybe have 40minutes of eating before you sleep and wake up again. But, some days, you get 0 hours but still get paid for those 8 hrs. I tell ya, this place is the best. If you are looking for a career, this is it. But take my warning, you must challenge yourself, every single day. Learn, re-learn, study and commit. You will grow fast. It's thrilling and you never know what to expect at the next job. It also becomes repetitive when dealing with the technology aspect, but that's when you come up with better solutions and faster ways. Soon, you'll be managine time like it's nothing.
Decisions that come from New Hartford that disregard the well being of the other regional offices