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Fantastic benefits, dedicated staff, Leadership continues to work hard under unhealthy and unwarranted criticism.
Programs staff are clueless as to how to work with anybody outside of their department and completely disrespectful of anybody who works here that offers other skills to the Foundation. It's their way or no way, and their way isn't professional or even reasonable.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you're doing, regardless of what you hear Leadership is actually respectful and listens to staff. Thank you for not just bowing down to everything the Programs department thinks should be done. If they don't like working in a professional environment, they should leave and stop pushing their personal agenda on everybody else, it's tiring and old.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 6+ months. I interviewed at San Francisco AIDS Foundation (San Francisco, CA) in February 2011.
The process is clean, the interviewers are personable and friendly. I has a phone screening and was brought in for an interview. The interview was a panel interview process. Then I was told the position went to a temp agency because the funding would not be available. I wanted it so I applied through the temp agency. After the position went permanent I had to go through the interview again.
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