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I worked at Brandeis University full-time (More than a year)
Laid back environment, beautiful campus, and good benefits. This was a great job where I learned many new things. Good overall.
The work was not very interesting, Navigating the corporate structure was a pain, and the AC was way too strong.
Advice to Management
Loosen up the work environment to allow more creativity. Pay your full time employees more. Try to make a more fun environment
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Brandeis University (Boston, MA) in August 2015.
I had a 45 minute phone interview, and was immediately selected for the contract position. The Associate Director interviewed me for this position. They wanted to know about my background, my comfort level with Moodle, my consultation experiences. I shared my experiences, and gave examples from some of my past projects. It was a pleasant experience, and truly enjoyed the process. I enjoyed speaking about my experiences, and the conversation flowed very easily. I did not get stumped by any questions. I felt they wanted to gauge my knowledge and experiences. Also they requested to submit an e-portfolio or work samples.
- My experience with Moodle, and my instructional design skills. Particularly they wanted to find out my comfort level with Moodle LMS and all its tools. Elaborate on Past Projects Examples from difficult situations in job Elaborate my client base LMS skills (Experience with other LMS) Multimedia Skills (Photoshop, Illustrator, blogs) People Skills 1 Answer
- When can you join? 1 Answer
In my case, the staffing agency did all the negotiations.
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Brandeis University offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and more than 30 master's and doctoral degree programs. Located just west of Boston, it comprises the College of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the International Business School, the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, the Lown School for Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, and the Rabb School of Continuing Studies. The university has an enrollment of more than 5,000 students; the student/faculty ratio is 9-to-1. A non-sectarian Jewish community-sponsored institution ...