Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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Staff Scientist Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day – interviewed at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
phone interview first and then on-site interview. Overall it's not very hard, but still need to prepare it. should be very familier to what you have written in the cv.
- some technical questions and R coding questions Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Seattle, WA) in July 2010.
GENERALL PEOPLE ARE NICE HERE. but they will know what they wnat. pretty competitive environment here. not very generous in terms of payment of the interview expense. much less generous than industry. good communication skill are required to achieve an offer. beatiful view and life condition here. about 2000 employees here and so many asian chinese scientist around the center. biology, and statitician are most favoriable postion in htis center
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I replied to a posted advertisement via email. About 2 weeks latter I received an email request for a phone interview with a member of the HR staff. This interview covered my qualifications, experience and ability to collaborate with, and manage others. It lasted about 20 minutes. A few days after this a second telephone interview was organized with the research team. This lasted about 40 minutes with a lot of questions on my educational and work history as well as specific questions about my current research. A week latter I was invited for a face-to-face interview with faculty and team members. This included presenting my current research as an open lecture to the center. I received an offer about 2 weeks latter.
- Do you think you are adequately trained for this position? Answer Question
I argued for additional salary and based this on the need to move forward with my career. I got the salary I was after.