Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation in June 2013.
Interview Details – First, you have a phone interview with the intern manager. Then, you come in for a group orientation and interview where they test your IT knowledge by responding to simple scenarios and questions. Once you've passed the 2 phases of the interview you're called in to the headquarters to fill out your paperwork. As simple as 1,2,3!
Interview Question – There were no difficult or unexpected questions. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation in December 2011.
Interview Details – Interview with the PI who already knew me, as I was a student in his class.
Negotiation Details – There was none. He put the offer on the table, and that was it.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation.
Interview Details – A hiring manager calls you and asks you if you are interested in the position and he/she gives you the upcoming training schedule and interview date. At the interview appointment you conduct a basic interview and you also take an easy 20-30 minute test just to make sure you know how to use a computer to search for easy-to-find information.
Interview Question – This is a very easy interview. Just explain why you are interested in working at 3-1-1 despite having to deal with rude callers and answer other common interview questions. The interview is a cake walk as long as you are not a dummy or psychopath. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – As a part-time employee your pay is not negotiable and they can easily hire someone else who will accept the position for that pay. What is negotiable is your schedule. You just need to work 18 hours a week (usually three 6-hour shifts) and can pick 15-18 different schedules from a list.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation.
Interview Details – Normally 3 or more interviews with multiple people. Initial interview with HR over the phone, then a group interview with lower level management to review your skills. Final interview is with upper level management. Overall it's an easy process but it can take a long time to get through. Also, familiarize yourself with the CUNY union so you can negotiate salary steps. They will try to low ball you every time.
Interview Question – Basic sets of questions, nothing really difficult. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation in April 2012.
Interview Details – I applied online and a week or two later was contacted by RFCUNY. She scheduled a 10 minute phone interview with me which consisted of four people asking me one question each. Later that day she called me to let me know I had moved on to an on-site interview. I went in about a week later for a panel interview that lasted approximately 45 minutes. There were no curveball questions, only questions about my skill as a researcher. Several days after that, my contact informed me that they wanted me to come back to the office for a writing exercise, which we scheduled for several days later. In the meantime, another person from the office called me to tell me that my original contact no longer worked for the University. That person would have been my supervisor. I still went in to take the writing test, and I also interviewed for about 30 minutes with another person I had not met before. A week after that interview I received a generic auto email telling me I did not get the position.
Interview Question – What are your experiences with each stage of the research process? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation in June 2010.
Interview Details – A professional colleague reccomended me for the role and I had a phone interview, which went well and I started the next wk. The management team was a great group and the company does great work. I would make sure that you speak clearly and articulately during the interview and demonstrate your communication skills, attention to detail and how well you work under direction.
Negotiation Details – The pay was reasonable for the part-time work and I did not negotiate.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation in May 2009.
Interview Details – I was led into a room by another administrative assistant and I was interviewed by the Office Manager and the Director of the program. They asked me questions about my previous positions and I went into detail about how I was organized and excelled at multi-tasking. Then they outlined the position. I would be the third of three administrative assistants. I would take care of my own grant and the Office Manager would be there to help me and train me and answer any questions.
Interview Question – Why did you leave your previous position? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Cuny Research Foundation in August 2008.
Interview Details – I uploaded my resume into my school resume database and after one month I was contacted directly by the agency office assistants for a on site interview. on that day I first met with the director of that office and then she sent me to the technical manage who is now my immediate supervisor. the manage asked me to use INFO pass to produce a copy of a form and then the interview is finished. I spent 30 minutes on doing the info pass form. later the offer was coming.
Interview Question – use info pass to produce an identical form Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation. just accept or decline the office. interview is some level comfortable if you know info pass.
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