I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes.
Interview Details – I applied on either Career Builder or Craigslist to an add about a tutoring job. They called me in for a testing/interview phase a few weeks later. The interview was pretty easy with standard interview questions like "Why do you think you'd be a good fit?" The testing took about 2 hours and you just had to prove that your reading comprehension and spelling skills were above average. Everyone who showed up for the interview was hired.
Interview Question – They always ask something like "What would you do if there was a broken vase of flowers in the lobby?" It was unexpected, but not too tough to answer. If you say anything except "I'd clean it up immediately!" you'd be giving a terrible answer. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation phase. The corporate structure is very explicit about the starting wage of the Clinician.
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes in February 2014.
Interview Details – Applied to the company and got a call back in about a week. I was asked to come in for an interview. There were 6 us of us. We took a spelling test and a analytic test.
Interview Question – A few of the spelling words were out of the ordinary to say the least. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes.
Interview Details – The interview started as a group orientation, after this candidates were called to meet the hiring manager one-on-one. It's a conservative environment with a company dress code and corporate standards. Personally, I found other candidates to be a bit competitive. There was an interesting quiz at the end. You fill out a written application during the group orientation phase. Quite a bit of paperwork, but worth the effort to take your time if you want the job. Each office is custom designed by Pottery Barn, appearance is very important to this company.
Interview Question – What would you do if you noticed something odd on the floor in the lobby area? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Hourly rate is posted on the application. Negotiation doesn't apply.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes.
Interview Details – The building was hard to locate. You had to enter this side road to a business sector, drive pass a parking garage, and the main building to the the hidden/secret village where it was located on the right. My new GPS would not bring the place up accurately.
The building itself is fancy. The RR were marvelous. The actual business is located inside on the right. It was very toasty inside. The table I was sitting at, for the introduction, was dirty with chocolate smeared on it. The staff consisted of almost entirely young and middle-aged women. They had water bottles and a cinnamon pastry for your refreshment.
The process consists of the following: a visual presentation, facilitator's modeling/individual-paired practice sessions, two tests, and a solo interview.
The program started at 9:15 b/c at least one person was running late. The person who did show up missed most of the introductory slideshow. You are required to fill out about three forms as time allows. You will need to bring all your background/job/school/reference information with you. This company, I noticed, advocates the use of the following: Seeing Stars, Talkies.
Testing: During the entire critical thinking skills test, there were kids walking around talking/laughing loudly, adults talking, and even some disturbances in my immediate vicinity.
The spelling test was 20 words in length, two of the words were charlatan and camouflage.
They also said they would not divulge your scores to you.
Role-play/Practice: the training was short and fast-paced followed with extremely awkward practice - considering you only got to see the "teaching" modeled one time by professionals. We only practiced in pairs. Half the time, the facilitators didn't' seem to pay attention.
Interview: I was only asked six questions. Why do you want to work here? What are three of your strengths and weaknesses? How would you introduce yourself to a student?
I was told once again that every clinician makes $12.75 an hour with no exceptions. If you are lucky, you can work from 8 am to 6 pm. Monday through Friday. But, it was made clear that they could make no promises and that the client's parents only scheduled/payed from week to week. Basically, you have a changing schedule every week. At the very least and most likely, you would work 1 shift (either 8-12 or 1-5) for five days in a row totaling 20 hours. That means you would make $51/day or $255/week, minus taxes. The best you could ever hope for would be a full day (which usually only happens in the summer I was told), whereby you would make $102/day minus taxes. This would be $510/week which would be super - in theory - if you could be so lucky - every week! You can also make that as a substitute in the APS. Their only other GA location is in John's Creek.
The entire process was over by 11:20 - less than 2 1/2 hours.
Interview Question – What are three of your strong points? not strengths... And, what would you do if you saw a vase of dead flowers at the entryway? View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes.
Interview Details – Applied via email from referral from a friend. Got a phone call to set up an interview. Showed up that day, did a mock-session with another interviewer, hired on spot, and started that week.
Interview Question – Tell us three strengths about yourself. Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes.
Interview Details – I found the job opening online, sent in a resume, and was contacted by phone to attend a screening/interview. The screening process lasted 3-4 hours and consisted of filling out paperwork, listening to a presentation, taking skills test and an intelligence test, learning and practicing some of their techniques, and a 1 on 1 interview that consisted of a few short and easy questions. I was called back within a week and offered a position.
Interview Question – There were no difficult questions. One example: "How would you introduce yourself on the first day with a student?" Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes.
Interview Details – A few days after applying I received an email to come in for a 3 hour group interview/presentation. In the first half of the process they held a small presentation of the company, explaining what they do and how the company was founded. Then they had us take 2 skills tests. Those were a bit hard. In the next step they had us act out different scenarios where we use the linda-mood teaching methods. The last step was an actual face to face interview, where they asked basic questions.
Interview Question – If you saw vase with dead flowers in the hallway. What would you do? View Answer
Interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
Interview Details – The interview process is 3 hours long. It includes a presentation on the background of the company, a spelling and comprehension test, practice using the techniques they use in the company, and an interview
Interview Question – How would you introduce yourself to a student Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes.
Interview Details – I was contacted by a member of the local program after I faxed over my cover letter and resume and they scheduled me for a screening the next day on a Tuesday. When I showed up I was told by the person at the front desk that there was not going to a screening that day and that I would have to return. I had already told the person the day before that i would be missing for to attend yet no one called to let me know it was changed. I was planning to attend their thursday but was unable to because of my other job so i had to cancel. I was unable to attend.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes in May 2012.
Interview Details – Found them on Craigslist.
Went in for interview.
Saw a presentation with a whole group of interviewees explaining the company
Took a phonetic spelling test.
Took an ACT style comprehension test.
Spoke with management one on one in a normal style, reviewing my resume and answering a few behavioral questions.
Got a call the next day with an offer.
Then you have two weeks of full day training.
Interview Question – If you saw something out of place in the lobby, what would you do? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was sent on offer letter and it's pretty non-negotiable
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