It would appear that, barring a Big Fat Surprise, I will be offered a job on Monday or Tuesday. Needless to say, I'm pretty receptive to that idea. (I suppose that even though you say, "needless to say" you always say it anyway so "needless to say" is almost certainly redundant but I clearly never let that get in the way of using too many words.) In all likelihood the offer will be for a management position with a lot of room for growth. The benefits sound good, the product and the market sound good, an I'll likely be offered some stock.
So the company is FortéBio and they are in Menlo Park, 6.5 miles from here! I had four and a half hours of interviews over two days, interviewed with the founder and the CEO, and I had a very encouraging talk with the hiring manager today who said, "I don't think there will be any surprises." in reference to the likelihood of an offer. She did say that some people thought I might be "too nice" to insist on things being done the right way if I knew better than they did. I told her I didn't have a problem telling people what to do. I suppose that I behaved too well in the interviews. Sheesh.
Note to self: Feel free to be assertive around this new crew.
Can someone please tell me what the hell the "cross-check" is.