I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at University of Phoenix in October 2013.
Interview Details – You begin with a phone interview. If you pass the interview you are then referred to the hiring manager for the position. You are then interviewed by the hiring manager. I remember that the questions were uniform and consistent so everyone answers the same questions.
Negotiation Details – they came to me with an offer and I counter offered with another number. They then split the difference and I was satisfied with what they were offering.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at University of Phoenix in September 2013.
Interview Details – One phone interview, one in-person interview with behavior based questions.
Negotiation Details – I received a call with the offer and they wanted an answer immediately so that they could proceed with the background check.
Interviewed at University of Phoenix
Interview Details – Phone screen is first followed by a live interview with hiring manager and regional manager.
Interview Question – All interview questions were typical and common with those of other companies. Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at University of Phoenix in January 2012.
Interview Details –
Received an email in the AM offering a phone interview for later that afternoon. I accepted and a recruiter called precisely at the appointed time. The questions were situational and real-life experiences were expected as answers. Theere were four (4) central areas:describe a collaborative effort, handling a misunderstanding, describe a presentation, and how do I manage my time. I thought the themes were a good chance to open up a bit, although I left out what was probably my best presentation as my mind raced through all of those experiences. It seemd to go well and I was given a second appointment, also by phone, complete with a conference call passcode and a name of the recruiter who would interview me.
I called in promptly two minutes before the appointed time of the second interview, gained access to the "conference", and held the line for over 20 minutes waiting for the interviewer whom never showed up.
I emailed the initial contact person, called the first interviewer (left a voice mail), and also looked up and called the second interviewer's office (another voice mail). I never received an answer from any of these contacts for my inquiry of why the second interview was apparently abruptly cancelled. We were now into the Holiday season so I gave then the benefit of the doubt that they were on vacation, as many academians are at that time. Still, no response into the first week of January.
I am a Masters-prepared business professional with a sterling track record and no skeletons. I understand that they may have chosen another candidate and that's fine; but that's not how a professional outfit operates. I was given a second appointment and I deserved to be notified of any changes prior to wasting my time.
Very disappointed in the U of P's lack of professionalism.
Interview Question – Describe a recent collaborative effort and your participation in that effort. Answer Question
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