Thorough and engaging. Knowledgeable and sufficient.
Answered - Supervising Monitor (Former Employee) - East Hartford, CT
I was called In Feb 2015 by HR for SAIC. I had already had my clearance and applied for a job so when HR called me they asked if I was available for an interview in Downtown DC on a specific date I said yes. I showed up had an interview with the PM, WorkCenter Supervisor, and another Manager; annswered interview questions related to my experience related to the job, and military experience. And after that the job was mine from there the ball was rolling to get me onboard and so on.
Answered - Smart Systems Administrator (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
I found it to be fairly easy. However, there was a panel of 4 people not just a 1 on 1 interview.
Answered - Imaging Specialist (Former Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO
Interviewed with various internal company managers to assess potential your ability to meet the customer's requirements and expectations.
Answered - Senior Technical Writer (Former Employee) - Charleston, SC
It was good!
Answered - Network Administrator I (Former Employee) - Tysons Corner, VA
I was asked direct questions about my experience and how I handled daily tasks. For each contract, I was interviewed and managers were professional and personal. Many companies I have interviewed with recently are very high-level and do not care about you as a person. You are just a number.
Answered - Executive Assistant (Former Employee) - McLean, VA
A small panel conversational style interview.
Sit down and just talk one on one with manager. Showed me around facility.
Answered - Electrical Technician III (Current Employee) - Bedford, IN
Formal, where a nice tie and jacket.
Answered - Integration Architect (Former Employee) - Huntsville, AL
Answered - Command Post Platform Initiatives LNO (Current Employee) - Fort Bliss, TX