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University of Auckland Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Feb 5, 2014
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Graduate Teaching Assistant Interview

Graduate Teaching Assistant

I applied in-person and interviewed at University of Auckland.

Interview Details – I was invited into the role after spending a lot of time hanging around the department, talking to lecturers and tutors and generally getting involved with events in the department. I was offered the job with no formal interview

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Sports Manager Interview

Sports Manager
Auckland (New Zealand)

I applied in-person and the process took 1 week - interviewed at University of Auckland in January 2010.

Interview Details – I was internally recruited into the roll from a previous sports roll within another division of the University. I was required to submit my CV to the new hiring director, take part in an initial 45 minute interview as well as submit a proposed business plan for activities for the roll for the coming year

Interview Question – Because it was a new role reporting into a new director the most difficult questions were around how to make the sports role fit into the existing structure.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – Verbal negotiation limited by the University of Auckland payment structure.

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Limited Term Tutor Interview

Limited Term Tutor
Auckland (New Zealand)

I interviewed at University of Auckland in January 2009.

Interview Details – there were essentially no interviews required just that you have to be a student from the uni. Obviously your grades can't be too bad I suppose. I suppose you get to know most of the staff already by the time you are ready to do some tutoring.

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Part I Tutor Interview

Part I Tutor

I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at University of Auckland.

Interview Details – Online application, based on minimum GPA of about 6. Previous tutoring experience is essential, either at the University or outside of University. Applicants with higher grades generally favoured. Can apply for first or second semester, generally civil/engsci students preferred first semester and software/electrical/chemmat preferred second semester due to papers taught each semester

Interview Question – Dynamics   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No negiotiation, fixed rate

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Applications Engineer Interview

Applications Engineer
Auckland (New Zealand)

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at University of Auckland in August 2012.

Interview Details – One on one interview, 30% technical questions, 70% about my previous job

Interview Question – Can't recall any   Answer Question

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