City of Hope Clinical Research Associate II Interview Questions

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Clinical Research Associate II Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Duarte, CA
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Duarte, CA
Application Details

I applied online. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at City of Hope in November 2007.

Interview Details

Panel interview with 4 clinical trials administratrors, 3 scientific research staff in research specific to position, and medical terminology test. Offer for interview was received by email. Follow up was expedient, likely due to the eagerness to fill position. Clinical trial administrators asked very general questions about skills and familiarity in clinical trials in oncology as a whole industry. Scientific researchers gave more insight in what would be entailed in the position on a daily and long term goals of the research project.

Interview Questions
  • Tell us about any challenges you had regarding getting along with others in the workplace?   Answer Question
  • Are you flexible and able to multi-task? Give an example.   Answer Question
Negotiation Details
Straight forward, very little wiggle room - agreed to go $2K above asking price. No allocations for conference reimbursements, standard continuing education reimbursements after 1 year of employment.
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