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No Offer – Interviewed in Greenvale, NY Jun 2010 – Reviewed Oct 26, 2011
Interview Details – Getting the interview was a straightforward process. I simply e-mailed my resume to the designated e-mail address on the Job Posting. I was called for an Interview within a few days. The Interview consisted mainly of the typical questions. "How would you handle a difficult employee?" "What are your biggest Strengths/Weaknesses?" After the Interview, I was told that I would receive a call in a few days.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in White Plains, NY Apr 2010 – Reviewed May 26, 2011
Interview Details – The interview process was a week long. It consisted of various presentations on topics that were assigned. It also consisted of a group and individual interview. It was a very tedious process but well worth it. I simply was honest and respectful yet assertive.
Interview Question – How do you perceive diversity on this campus? View Answer
Negotiation Details – There is no negotiation phase.
No Offer – Interviewed in Brooklyn, NY Apr 2011 – Reviewed Apr 12, 2011
Interview Details – I was recently contacted by LIU-School of Business for an interview for the Secretary IV position. The interview went well, and the atmosphere was very pleasant. The first interview was a group interview, and although this was my first time in a group interview setting, I found it to be very comfortable and informative. The second interview was with the Dean of the Department and it as well was pleasant, the questions asked were your typical interview questions, and the dialogue between myself and the interviewers was great. I haven't heard from them regarding the position as of yet, I was told within in the next week, I really hope that I nailed it and receive an offer, it is the perfect position for me, and in a University setting, which is what I have been looking for for quite some time.
Interview Question – How will this position prepare you for your long term goals? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Brooklyn, NY Oct 2009 – Reviewed Feb 9, 2010
Interview Details – Great interview experience. First you get an phone screening which is almost like a real interview. If you succeed you get invited to an interview with 3 different people from the department. Fill out the application, sign consent for background check. A personality test assessment will be given as well.
Interview Question – What personal qualities can you bring to the table as an admissions counselor. very average question. View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2009 – Reviewed Aug 13, 2012
Interview Details – The interview was with my immediate supervisor. He was very frank and we had a great interview. I enjoyed the questions that he asked me thoroughly. I also had to interview with his supervisor. The interviews went smoothly. The HR office staff is unnecessarily rude and off-putting.
Interview Question – I can not recall any. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I wasn't able to negotiate. I was given an awful salary with promises of a raise that I deserve but did not receive.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Oct 2010 – Reviewed Jul 10, 2012
Interview Details – Everyday for a week you need to submit different assignments. After that you can get into the second round which consists of an individual interview, group interview, and creative presentation.
Interview Question – Why do you think you would be great resident assistant? Answer Question
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