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No Offer – Interviewed in Concord, MA May 2011 – Reviewed Jun 26, 2011
Interview Details – Phone interview was pleasant and well planned. The 1:1 interview was awful. The person doing the interview was 45 minutes late. Was very messy in her presentation. She had a phone conference while I waited and did not allow the opther people in the conference any privacy. During her conversation her interest in reviewing her satalite locations was about was branding and franchising. Nothing about what was good for children. THe co had no interest in educating staff or doing what was best for children.
Interview Question – What are your salary requirements? offer 30,000-40,000 View Answer
Declined Offer – Reviewed Aug 9, 2012
Interview Details – First they had me fill out a dinky application with very few questions on it. Then they asked me a few questions about myself and if I've had experience with parents, as well as my favorite age to teach. They then introduced me to the co-teacher and gave me a tour of the facilities. Following that, I was given an explanation of the curriculum and how the classroom is run.
Interview Question – There were seriously no difficult questions. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2010 – Reviewed May 3, 2012
Interview Details – I received a paper application and filled it out immediately. I called the office within the following week, and was asked to come in person to interview. I felt that the interview questions were highly relevant to the position. i was asked about my personal relationships with children and child care in the past, why I would make a good teacher/educator/child care provider, etc. There were questions posed about hypothetical scenarios, especially regarding child safety. After I was offered the position, I had to complete a large amount of paperwork, receive vaccinations, and had to be finger printed and background checked (which the company paid for).
Negotiation Details – Ask what your primary responsibilities will be and how they (the administration) plan to assist you during your time as an educator.
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