I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at UCLA in June 2012.
Interview Details – I contacted the professor I wanted to work with by email to ask about available postdoctoral scholar positions. The professor had funding and asked me to have my references letters sent to him. I was then invited out for an interview, I scheduled the interview about 4 weeks after I initially contacted the professor. The interview involved me giving a presentation on my PhD research to the research group, then a 1:1 meeting with the professor. Then I went to lunch with the professor and some group members. Later I talked to some group members about their research. The day was over by the early afternoon. It took a week before the professor contacted me to offer me the job.
Interview Question – Are you used to working under a lot of pressure? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I didn't try negotiating the salary.
Pros: Excellent health, dental, vision benefits, and employee fitness programs. Access to libraries is great as well. The campus is beautiful to explore on lunch breaks. – Full Review
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