The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Muscular Dystrophy Association in December 2008.
Interview Details – Two days after I applied I received a phone call to set up a phone interview with the Regional Director. The interview was made for the next after noon. Standard questions: why do you want to work for MDA, what do you know about the organization, why should we choose you? The next day I was invited to a group interview with RD and RC. Asked to make a presentation using whatever means I chose, 'selling' myself to MDA.
I did a Powerpoint matching my skills to the job description. I was offered the position a few days later. They intimated that the $60,000 as at the upper end of what they could offer and may preclude a raise.
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Negotiation Details – I found after I started that most Directors where at between $45k and $60k. If anyone was over that, I was unaware of it.
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