It took 6 months from application to phone interview... Then an in-person interview--be sure to wear a suit, or at least dress clothes and a tie! Two weeks after the interview, another phone interview/offer. Then a drug test, and I was hired.
Interview wasn't hard.
Answered - Lead Technician (Former Employee) - Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN
There isn't one.
Answered - Lead Technician (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC
Video interview prior to interview panel.
Answered - Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) - Cincinnati, OH
Very laid back and easy to deal with
Answered - Asst Director of Event Technology (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
I've worked for them a few times and had my ups and downs They don't know what to do in nyc with NYC HTC unions.
Answered - Director of Audio Visual (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Good staff easy to talk to.
Answered - LEAD EVENT TECH SPECIALIST (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Initial phone screening followed by a standard one-on-one interview.
Would you like an exciting career in AV? Must know what gaff tape, audio LXR, and broken VGA cable is...
Answered - AVT (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Terrible and unorganized.
Answered - Lead Technician (Former Employee) - Nebraska