The process took 2 days - interviewed at Tecnológico de Monterrey in May 2012.
Interview Details –
I was called via phone, and I was explained the need for an associate professor in order to teach a Human-Computer Interactions course for undergraduate students (School of Engineering, Architecture, and Design). I had a few questions asked about my background and skills, and they told me a full-time professor had recommended me, hence their approach towards my profile.
Next I went in to a 1:1 interview, we talked about my experience in the computer science field, and most of all the interview went about my personality, communication, and inter-person skills. At the end, I was told I need to prepare a sample class with a presentation and material, because I would have a group/panel review listening and making questions as if they were studens.
About a week later I had the sample class with the manager and other full-time professors, they were pretty friendly and everything went very smoothly. Questions were asked and feedback was provided for me. It lasted about 45 minutes.
After this I was told to wait about 30 minutes while they all made a decision, and after that the manager came to me and said I had been approved.
Interview Question – How do you describe yourself as a professional in terms of your skills, and how would that contribute to the benefit of this institution and its studens? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I really did not have anything to negotiate, I was just made the offer and I was told about the benefits and other compensations.
Pros: You can study a master degree while working there as part of the contract. – Full Review
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