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NIH Rockville, MD

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NIH Rockville, MD Reviews

  • "IRTA post-doctoral research fellow"

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    Current Employee - IRTA Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Rockville, MD
    Current Employee - IRTA Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Rockville, MD
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    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at NIH full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Flexibility to choose and pursue various research projects

    Cons

    dealing with the administrative aspects of a government research position

    Advice to Management

    Keep it up!

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NIH Rockville, MD Salaries

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NIH Rockville, MD Interviews

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    Contract Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Rockville, MD
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    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at NIH (Rockville, MD) in September 2009.

    Interview

    I applied to the posting via USA Jobs. The questions on the application are fairly standard and designed to eliminate candidates that do not meet certification requirements. Approximately 2 weeks after the posting closing date, I was called for a scheduled interview. The interview was on site (NIAID) and consisted of two individuals asking me questions during the one interview. The experience was different for me because they had a formulated set list of questions which they followed. Literally, I could see them read the question from a paper, they would ask the question, and then they would write my response. My overall impression was that my answers/conduct in the interview were good, but that the interviewers seemed to be going through the motions from the start. I was not offered the position and I found out that they selected a candidate that was internal. To be honest it felt like I was a victim of formality and the job was never really up for grabs.

    Interview Questions

    • If you won $100 million, what would you do with the money?   1 Answer
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