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Catholic University Interview Questions & Reviews in Washington, DC

Updated May 20, 2014
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Sacristan Interview

Sacristan
Washington, DC

I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Catholic University in September 2010.

Interview Details – I had one interview after submitting a short statement of intent. The interview was short and to the point, and I was offered a position the next day. The interview focused on the technical requirements of the position, the ability to create and maintain my own hours, and the importance of the job for the Church at large, as well as in the community.

Interview Question – Why is this job important to you?   Answer Question


Declined Offer

Positive Experience

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Assistant Professor Interview

Assistant Professor
Washington, DC

The process took a day - interviewed at Catholic University in April 2010.

Interview Details – One day interview. The typical: meeting with search committee, school installations and labs tour, meeting with Dean, class presentation to students and faculty, lunch with student leadership, university tour, closing interview with search committee, dinner with a few faculty.

Interview Question – Why do you think CUA should choose to hire you?   View Answer

Reason for Declining – Low salary offer

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