I'm pretty sure that I know the answer to this, but I wanted to post and get feedback anyway.

I am currently in the process of interviewing with a company that has a very defined process for interviewing candidates. Last week I completed an initial phone screen with an internal HR recruiter. She proceeded to forward the information to the hiring managers (I'm being considered for multiple positions in two different departments). I spoke to one of the hiring managers this morning who wanted to set up a "technical" interview to go over the positions that she has available and do go over my skills to see if I meet the skill set that they are looking for. This interview will take place Friday. After that, the company will decide if they want to fly me down to conduct face-to-face interview.

My question is: Is it too soon to close at the end of the technical interview on Friday, knowing that there is another step remaining in the process.

I appreciate any feedback.


Mark's picture



Every interview, every time, no matter what.

And... were you right? :wink:


KCSmith's picture

Yes. Yes, I was right.

I must have learned from the best!

It is a privilege to be served by you.


Mark's picture

Well, being effective beats being right... but doing both is