Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Bridgepoint Education
- Enrollment Advisor (8)
- Admissions Counselor (4)
- Software Developer (2)
- Strategic Partner Development (1)
- IT Intern (1)
- A/R Coordinator (1)
- Administrative Assistant (1)
- Talent Development (1)
- Systems Engineer III (1)
- Recruiter (1)
- Executive Assistant (1)
- User Interface Designer (1)
A/R Coordinator Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 days – interviewed at Bridgepoint Education in February 2010.
I applied for an A/R Coordinator position at Bridgepoint through their website. I received a call from a recruiter' in HR wanting to schedule a phone interview for the following day at 11:30am. She never showed for the phone interview! 4 hours later I receive a call from the staffing manager who knew I was in contact w/ her colleage and that she wanted to schedule a formal phone interview w/ me. The interview (for the 2nd time) is scheduled for 9:30 the next morning. The next morning, 9:30 rolls by, no call. So Annoying! 20 minutes later she calls apologizing and asking if we can still have the interview that day. I ask if we can do it now, she says she can't but could in 30min. Finally, we do the phone interview, again she was 10min late.
The phone interview went great and she invited me for an in person interview with the Hiring Manager. She said she would email me more information on where exactly to go, where to park, who i'll be meeting with, etc... THEN I NEVER GET THE EMAIL!
I call the next day, leave her a voicemail w/ my email & phone letting her know I never received the email. Never heard from her again... They scheduled my in person interview and then left me hanging. LAME!
How unprofessional can you be? Even if you found someone else, you could at least call me to cancel. Even if i did end up getting a job offer, I definitely would think twice before accepting. Flakes.
And to think, I was thinking of going to Ashford University to get an MBA.
DEFINITELY AN UNPROFESSIONAL HR DEPARTMENT.
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