Administrative Staff Interview Questions

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King County Interviews

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Jun 18, 2014

Interview Question for Administrative Staff at University of Akron:

“Most questions relate to interpersonal skills. Nothing outrageous or unexpected is asked.”


May 29, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Smith Mazure Director Wilkins Young & Yagerman:

“If you were offered a role that was under your skill level, would you accept it?”


Apr 18, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at UNC Health Care:

“No questions actually related to the job in which you would be performing but only what type of person you are as a whole.”


Mar 14, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Anchor Medical Group:

“They asked me very specific billing and coding information and what the exact protocol was.”


Dec 21, 2013

Interview Question for Administrative Staff at Kirkland & Ellis:

“The proofreading was the only slightly stressful part.”


Oct 24, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation:

“There wasn't much question at that time so I was very fortunate for this job, and I'm glad to be apart of the Sutter Health Employee.”


Sep 29, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Gold Bennett Cera & Sidener:

“none really. They mainly wanted to know if I knew computer programs like Word Perfect and Timeslips”


Jul 27, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at King County:

“How do you handle conflict on the job?”


Mar 12, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at eBay Inc.:

“Can you do it?”


Feb 2, 2013

Interview Question for Administrative Staff Analyst at City of New York:

“Nothing unexpected except for the newly enhanced EEO questions, which tend to create a surreal interview process with questions completely unrelated to the job or hiring process.”