The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Corinthian Colleges in August 2011.
Interview Details – Corinthian Colleges has very little clear direction as to the direction their campus level managers are supposed to take when interviewing. That said, most of them take a path similiar to the one I experienced in Salt Lake City. I submitted a resume through career builder and was contacted 10 days later by the Campus Director of High School Admissions. He conducted a brief phone interview with me and indicated he would like to arrange a phone interview with the Regional Director of High School Admissions. That interview never took place.
After waiting for a few days for the 2nd phone interview I was re contacted by the Campus DOA to come in for an interview with him and the regional. I attended that interview on July 31st 2011. I was asked to give a brief, impromptu presentation which I did and then asked a few questions by each interviewer. After I left I was called again to come back that evening to interview with the Campus President and Adult DOA. Approximately 2 weeks after these interviews I was contacted with regards to a background check. A week after that I was extended an offer which I accepted.
Negotiation Details – I was initially told the salary was a lot higher than it was when they made the formal offer. The job posting said 42-45k. They offered 37k. When I asked about the discrepancy they said they prefer to pay between 35-37 but can pay 42-45. I told them I couldn't take the job for less than 42,500. They agreed. All in all it was a bizzare process. They tried to low ball me thinking I didn't know better.
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