I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Academic Partnerships in February 2012.
Interview Details – The process itself was straightforward and pleasant. Phone interviews, references were checked before the company brought me in to Dallas. Car service took me to and from DFW and a hotel room was arranged. This was all very thoughtful and professional, and I appreciated the attention to detail and how smoothly things went. When I arrived I was told that I was actually being considered for a different position than the one I had initially interviewed on the phone for, and I felt at a bit of a disadvantage at not having seen the job description in advance. When all was said and done (interviewing with 6 or 7 members of senior leadership in two locations over the course of the day) I felt that I could certainly be a strong contributor to their team but that it was not a cultural fit for me. I had been advised ahead of time what "type" of person they sought, especially as a female (red flag, perhaps). The feeling was apparently mutual, as I was soon told we would not be moving forward. I did not feel rejected or unhappy about this decision in the least. The team at AP is very professional and knows what they are looking for - can't fault them for that!
Interview Question – As the interview was almost a year ago, I cannot recall any exceptionally difficult questions. Their style was more conversational than question - answer. Answer Question
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