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Lexington, MA (US)
51 to 200 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Research & Development
₹1 to ₹5 billion (INR) per year


Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) helps businesses and governments better anticipate and manage climate and weather-related risks. Large insurance, energy and investment firms count on AER to help them decrease weather-related losses and increase profitability by ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Noida
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    nice environment for interns ,helping co-workers and staff


    there is cons all is very good

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    Space Weather Scientist/Programmer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Albuquerque, NM (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at AER (Albuquerque, NM (US)).


    I originally applied for a space weather scientist position directly through the company website, and was randomly contacted by a recruiter for a different position entirely. The recruiter reached out to me via email and gave me their personal phone number to set up a time to speak about the company etc. Since this was the first time I was going to speak in person with any of the jobs I applied for, I of course reached out to them and was able to talk on the phone about the company and salary expectations. During this time the recruiter set up the "real" interview with the hiring manager for me.

    The actual interview was not much longer than 30 minutes, I was asked typical team building and HR questions along with them asking about where I honestly felt I stood as far as programming experience. The hiring manager asked some separate questions about my research experience out of curiosity and then ended the interview saying I would be contacted in a couple weeks when a decision is reached. After the interview I reached out to the recruiter letting them know that I was in fact still interested in the position and they responded briefly thanking me for my feedback and wished me luck. Two weeks went by and no one contacted me, I even tried to contact the recruiter again just asking if the position had been filled or not, nothing personal just straight down the point. Read my message, no response. The company website has removed the job posting, yet my application still reads as "in review".

    The entire process I felt was unprofessional from the recruiter sending me their personal cell phone number to reading my texts and not responding to my questions.

    Interview Questions

    • Are you willing to relocate for the position?   Answer Question
    • When have you been faced with a problem and how did you overcome it?   Answer Question
    • Be honest about your programming experience, where do you feel you stand?   Answer Question
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