Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at University of Melbourne
- Research Fellow (2)
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow (2)
- Manager (1)
- Administration Assistant (1)
- Senior Lecturer (1)
- Project Manager (1)
- Research Assistant (1)
- Tutor (1)
Research Fellow Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at University of Melbourne.
allow sufficient time; are conducted in a private and comfortable environment; pose probing questions without creating undue stress; have questions framed around the selection criteria; have the candidates’ responses recorded; will clarify each candidate’s interpersonal skills; will explore gaps or discrepancies; probe reasons for leaving previous positions; where each panel member checks their assumptions and biases; clarify that the applicant can carry out all aspects of the job.
- canvas core topics agreed upon and asked of all candidates; maintain control of the interview; apply criteria in an objective and neutral way in their evaluation of the candidates; have the ability to formulate probing questions that lead to a full, complete and accurate picture of the candidate; are objective and neutral in their evaluation of the candidates and their employment situations; have the ability to draw out examples of the individual?s attitudes, temperament, beliefs and experiences; know about legal issues concerning discriminatory inference and/or intrusive questions that infringe on privacy; are highly skilled at listening and evaluating what is being said and how it is expressed; are professional but friendly, helping the applicant feel relaxed and comfortable enough to present in the best possible way. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for University of Melbourne
Research Fellow InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at University of Melbourne (Melbourne (Australia)) in March 2010.
Internal referral within the University. Invited to interview with academic I knew and who knew my work. One on one interview concerning the possible position and the likely work entailed. The work was basically laboratory work/report & paper writing/supervision of research assistants and undergrad students. I was asked to give a proposal on the spot, as to how I would initially go about engineering/solving the solution to the specific challenges entailed for the position. I was also asked about my career plans. I was offered the job at the end of the interview - which I immediately accepted.
- It was a technical question regarding the step by step process I would go through to synthesize particular chemical products? How I would design the chemical products ? why ? in what stages I would examine the different designs ? why ? Answer Question