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Donation Specialist Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Austin, TX
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at American Cancer Society.

Interview Details

I applied for a Donation Specialist because my friend worked there and told me about a position opening. So I applied online at Cancer.org.

Once they reviewed my application, a recruiter called me and did a small phone interview (asking why I want to work for the company and what my goals are) and told me information about the position.

Once that was passed, I had interviewed with two people in person. At first, they set you up with someone who does the job so you can get a hands on experience on what you'll have to do. It was nice to see because the job description online doesn't explain much. Also, it helps with interview questions. After shadowing a person, I had interviewed with the supervisors. They mostly asked behavioral questions and they wanted elaborate answers.

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  • When given a question, answer with: what happened, who was involved, and what was the outcome.   Answer Question
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I wasn't able to negotiate pay, but I was happy with what they offered me. They also allowed me to choose my schedule.
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