I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at University of North Carolina in May 2012.
Interview Details – I submitted my application on-line via LinkedIn and was contacted for a phone interview about two weeks later. After the phone interview with two people, I was brought in for a series of face-to-face interviews that lasted 4 hours. After that round of interviews, I was brought in about a week later for another series of face-to-face interviews that lasted 4 hours. Each round of face-to-face interviews consisted of various panel members who were on the interview / search & selection committee. I receieved and accepted an offer the following week.
Interview Question – Specifically describe a one-on-one career counseling session you lead, and what the career outcome was for the participant. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at University of North Carolina in August 2010.
Interview Details – Interviewed one on one. Asked how I would handle the monotony of the tasks. Then interviewed by panel of all the managers I would be working with daily.
Interview Question – How will you deal with the monotony of the tasks. Answer Question
The process took 4 days - interviewed at University of North Carolina in November 2009.
Interview Details – There was a matching process between interest and research groups with 15 minute interviews around the department. Selected candidates were offered Research Assistantships, and the remaining ones were Teaching Assistants.
Interview Question – Design a storage and retrieval mechanism for very large data files Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Went smoothly, easy to get along with people in academia.
Pros: The university is responsive to students and staff. Chapel Hill is a nice community to live in. The region is growing economically. Campus has great cultural resources: music, museums, etc. – Full Review
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