I applied online - interviewed at American Institutes for Research in November 2013.
Interview Details – Initial phone interview with HR/ 1:1 Team interview
Interview Question –
General questions related to work and previous experience.
Behavioral questions and some of job technical skill question
Be prepared for job technical skill questions. For example, when do you think you would use pivot table, graphs and charts, etc.
Interviewers were nice and very professional.
Interview difficultly was above average.
I did not get an offer but it was a great experience. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at American Institutes for Research.
Interview Details – Submitted resume via job board. Received email requesting phone screen about 3 weeks later. Had phone screen with HR, then a phone interview with the hiring manager and a couple of directors 2 business days later. 2 business days afterwards, I was scheduled for an onsite interview with 3 separate interviewers. I was told before I left that an offer was being prepared.
Interview Question – Did you complete your degree online or in a classroom? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They offered me more than I asked for, so I did not negotiate further. They were really wonderful to deal with.
I applied through other source and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at American Institutes for Research in November 2013.
Interview Details – Initially, two interviews were conducted at the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, followed by a phone interview and a series of interviews at the headquarters in Washington DC. In DC, I met with a series of workers at different levels of the organization who each had their own specialization within the organization. It was a very thorough and professional experience.
Interview Question – Please describe the three types of validity and how they are different. View Answer
Reason for Declining –
For personal reasons - I wanted to stay in Los Angeles for my girlfriend's career and had another opportunity already lined up.
AIR seems like a great organization with smart and friendly workers. I wish they had an office on the west coast!
I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at American Institutes for Research.
Interview Details – The process was clear and efficient. My initial interactions were with an HR recruiter who maintained contact with me throughout the process. The next steps involved conversations with the manager for the specific research area who asked for additional information about my skills and qualifications (e.g., writing sample, statistical background). All communication was professional.
Interview Question – HR recruiter asked for salary requirements much earlier in the process than anticipated. Be sure to do your market research early. Answer Question
Interviewed at American Institutes for Research
Interview Details – Got a call from recruiter to setup a technical phone interview. Upon my realization, it was the same recruiter taking my phone interview next week reading from a piece of paper and trying to get answers from me.
Interview Question – SQL questions: AUB AxB where A and B are tables , whats is delegate function. Answer Question
I interviewed at American Institutes for Research in June 2013.
Interview Details – Data structure and Java questions. All 5. I feel very difficult. After which I get a denied email immediately. Data structure and Java questions. All 5. I feel very difficult. After which I get a denied email immediately.Data structure and Java questions. All 5. I feel very difficult. After which I get a denied email immediately.
Interview Question – algorithm Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at American Institutes for Research in May 2013.
Interview Details – I got the job information at my college's job fair. About half a month later, I received a call from a Recruiting Assistant and ask me to sent her a resume. After I do that, about three days later. I received an email and schedules time for the first phone interview.
Interview Question – For the interview, there are three interviewer with India accent. Because my English is not very strong, so I hardly understand their questions. Basically they just ask some questions relative to my resume. They asked me to describe the merge sort, some Jave network questions, and so on... I can't remember, mostly I can't get the whole question because of cannot understand their English. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at American Institutes for Research in May 2013.
Interview Details –
two rounds of technical phone interviews, and then one on site interview
A non-tech recruiter asked all technical questions in first round of interview. Question about the programming language you pick.
- declare a pointer, where is the pointer stored, on Stack or heap
- transient (Java)
Interview Question – Some problem related to C. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at American Institutes for Research in April 2013.
Interview Details –
Was contacted initially by a recruiter requesting that I participate in a phone interview. A phone interview consisted of speaking with a couple of researchers and about my experience. Was asked whether I had any questions and the phone interview was very friendly.
About a week later I was contacted for an in person interview in the Washington office. Spent an entire day at the office speaking with HR, the team I would be working with, and meeting other colleagues. Very positive experience in-person.
Interview Question – Describe your research experience in detail. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Able to negotiate start date but not salary.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at American Institutes for Research in April 2013.
Interview Details – Got a phone interview. No resume related question. Started with a list of technology question and moved very quickly.
Interview Question – It was a little difficult. But I am sure if I did more research, I should be able to answer most of them. Answer Question
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