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- Comp & Benefits
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I have been working at Salt Lake Community College part-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Professional staff that is committed to providing quality education. Receptive to employee and community input.
Honestly a great place to work and I can't think of cons of working here.
Advice to Management
Nothing negative to say about my experience.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Salt Lake Community College (Salt Lake City, UT).
Very formal and structured interview with five people around a giant conference table with me at the head. Interviewers couldn't deviate from a script of pre-determined questions and I wasn't allowed to ask for clarification. Points were given for ability to answer questions satisfactorily. I would call it an interrogation more than an interview. Interviewers had bland, disinterested expressions and monotone voices. I was terrified by the process. I also had to take a computer skills test with no clarification provided. Anyone but an unfeeling automaton would be ruled out of the competition.
- There was nothing unexpected, in fact it was very predictable. "How do you stay organized?" "How do you handle conflict?" In a way, these are very difficult questions because they are so lame. Was told that this is the way HR wants interviews to go so that everyone has an equal chance at the job. Answer Question
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Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) provides day, night, and weekend courses to more than 60,000 students through three campuses in Redwood (the largest), South City, and Jordan, Utah. The two-year school also has about a dozen teaching centers, as well as distance learning classes available online. In addition to associate degrees in arts, science, applied science, and pre-engineering, the community college also has career and technical programs. More than half of SLCC's full-time students plan to graduate to a four-year school to pursue a bachelor's degree.