I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at University of Texas at Austin in March 2011.
Interview Details – Just a week or two after applying, I received an e-mail asking if I could discuss my strengths and experience with the hiring department. I had a phone screen with a member of the team for which I was applying, and it went very well. It was entirely behavioral and went by quickly. The next day, I was invited to come to campus the following week to interview with the team. Four people interviewed me in a panel, and it was all behavioral as well. It went smoothly, and I was asked at the end of the week if I would like the position.
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Negotiation Details – Unless you are entering at an advanced level, not much negotiation can be done. It's a state institution at the end of the day.
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