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Admissions Counselor Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took a week – interviewed at University of the Rockies in September 2012.
You are interviewed by managers, they are mostly new to their leadership roles. You can tell they aren't experienced at interviewing, they just read questions from sheets they have in their hands.
- Nothing out of the ordinary, they will of course have you discuss difficult service situations from previous work experiences, your strengths / weaknesses, etc.
They should have another department handling the interviews. Once I was hired I realized I must have done ok in my interview because the manager who interviewed me said he and another manager were fighting for me for their individual admissions teams…. I have managed in other work situations but this was unprofessional to me, instead of making me feel excited about my new job offer, it made me question what is going on in this place? 1 Answer
No negotiating, they said it had to do with the education you earned. I was given the maximum amount they said b/c I had earned a Master's degree.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at University of the Rockies (San Diego, CA) in February 2010.
Initial intro phone call that last about 10 minutes. If they determine that you could be a good fit for the job, they will schedule you for another phone interview that is more in depth. If you get a call back from that, they schedule you to come in and meet with an HR person for a face to face interview with role play. If you pass the third interview, and they like you, you will get a call back with an offer.
- I wasn't prepared for the role play. In this scenario, you are an admissions councelor trying to enroll a potential student over the phone. Answer Question
They intially had mentioned a salary of $38,000, but later came back with an offer of $44,000 they said because i had a Master's degree