Management Sciences for Health
Management Sciences for Health Interview Questions & Reviews in Arlington, VA
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- Popular Job Titles:
- Project Associate (3)
- Administrative Coordinator (2)
- Senior Project Officer (1)
- Accounting Associate (1)
- Communications Associate (1)
- Project Officer (1)
- Business Development Specialist (1)
- Senior Program Associate (1)
- Technical Position (1)
- Senior Contract Officer (1)
- Officer (1)
- Intern (1)
Project Officer Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at Management Sciences for Health.
Interview Details – I applied for many positions with MSH and never heard any response. I connected with a current employee who is a fellow alumnus of my graduate school, and got a response from the next job for which I applied.
I was called in for a personal interview in the Arlington-based office. I had a video conference call with an HR rep based in Connecticut and then interview with the project team in person. The interviews went very well and everyone was very personable.
I also had one hour to complete a budget assessment.
Interview Question – I can't remember a particularly difficult question. I remember there was no, "What are your weaknesses?" But they expected me to sell myself for the job. Answer Question
Senior Program Associate Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Management Sciences for Health in June 2011.
Interview Details – Applied for a job online. Used network/contact to put in a good word so that my profile would stand out. That procured a phone interview almost immediately (power of networking, as they say). The initial phone interview was very short - simply to gauge my interest in the position and cover my basic questions on the scope of work. Two weeks later - I was called in for a in-person interview with a panel. This lasted about an hour - consisting of behavioral type questions to gauge my interest and fit for the position. Everyone on the panel was very warm - and it felt like a conversation rather than an interview.
Interview Question – Describe your experiences with this technical issue (provided an example). Answer Question