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- Comp & Benefits
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- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Full tuition, stipend, great medical school and university
The contract says ~30 hours per week but I worked well beyond that for my principal investigator
Advice to Management
Give the student researchers more wiggle room and freedom. In many cases better research would come out of the situation
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at University of Pittsburgh in January 2015.
Applied online, heard back three weeks later via email to schedule a phone interview with three people. The usual questions, talked about job-specific software skills, public outreach, my previous work and research experience. They seemed as if they knew my application materials pretty well and seemed interested in doing an in-person interview. They said they would contact me in the next week about doing one, never did, and never responded to my follow-up emails. I saw a somewhat similar position posted a month later (possibly putting half the job responsibilities to someone else and increasing the technical aspects of the work) and think it's possible they rewrote the job. I guess that was too hard to tell a candidate who was very interested in the position?
- Specifics of a software to make sure I actually knew what I was talking about. Answer Question
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The University of Pittsburgh (Pitt for short) operates its flagship campus in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh where more than 26,000 graduate and undergraduate students attend; roughly 6,600 more students are enrolled at four regional campuses. Pitt Panthers pursue degrees in about 200 disciplines at nearly 20 schools and colleges, including arts and sciences, business, law, medicine, and engineering. The school has a student-teacher ratio of 16:1. Pitt is also affiliated with the UPMC Health System, which operates about 20 hospitals and an insurance company...