I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at King's College London in June 2013.
Interview Details – The job was posted in a monthly careers bulletin sent out to the KCL students. It required me to send in a CV and a short cover letter. From this point the recruitment process took only a week. We arranged a Skype interview with the professor who was supervising the project and I was offered a job on the next day.
Interview Question – The questions in the interview were not hard. They were general. The most important part of the interview was a description of past projects I worked on and my view on approaching the project related to the job offer. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at King's College London.
Interview Details – Usually is a one stage interview with a panel including the PI and the head of the department. Generall they would ask you to present your previous work/research
Interview Question – where do you see yourself in 5 years View Answer
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at King's College London in March 2010.
Interview Details – I would have to say it was an alright interview, but a little too intense for a research job. It consisted of a 30 minute computer competency test in which someone was there in the room timing you and watching you as you completed tasks from this paper that were very confusing. Then, I had to take another test in front of the interview panel directly after showing my phone competency skills to deal with participants. A major pain for the fact that it was research related. I think I was thrown off for the rest of the interview because of all the tests. I think I did well but I didn't get the job after all. I already had a job for the University of London and the interview was quick and painless. This interview was just more intense than it needed to be. My advice is to NOT apply for the Institute of Psychiatry unless you want some people who are too serious about their jobs.
Interview Question – Essentially I had to describe what I would do EN VIVO (part of the telephone test/question) about what I would do if a participant responded negatively to a question or did not what to do it and how would you persuade them without pressure. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at King's College London in November 2009.
Interview Details – First of all, you are required to print out and fill in a form with all your details. Including higher education background, high school, grades, strengths and personalities.
They then decide if you are of a suitable standard to work for the union. If you are then you will get through to the next round which is interview.
After the interview, they will tell you the outcome
Interview Question – Would you apply for this position if it was an unpaid job. View Answer
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