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University of Wisconsin-Platteville Production Services Manager Interview Questions

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Production Services Manager Interview

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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at University of Wisconsin-Platteville (Platteville, WI).

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The process starts online when you submit your application. The computer does the first check, and if you don't match what they want your application is thrown out before a person actually reviews it. If you survive that round, then you get a call to be interviewed in person. This was for an admin/support type position and not a teaching position. However, the process was the same long day as if you were teaching. The interview 'day' starts with several smaller one-on-one interviews with various upper level supervisors of different groups I was likely to have to work with on a daily basis. Then it was an interview with a panel of current supervisors. Later in the morning you are put into a conference room filled with people that were invited from an open invitation to a bunch of groups around campus. These individuals ranged from random community members, with little to no relevance to the position. It also included students and staff of course, as well as other key figures around campus. After that, the direct supervisor for the position will take you out to lunch. Following that, another conference room meeting, but this time with the group of students that you would be directly in charge of. This part of the interview was way more relevant than the morning session. There was the opportunity for a tour of the spaces. Finally at the end of the day, you meet with who would have been my direct supervisor. Unfortunate that the most important interview of the day was at then end when you already feel like you were run through a meat grinder. Overall the interview process was long and felt like a waste of campus resources and time.

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