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Employees rate Savannah 6.7% higher than the overall average
I have been working at Savannah College of Art and Design part-time
Good pay for work study, training opportunities
We should be able to work more hours
I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah, GA) in March 2017.
Two Skype sessions about a week or so apart, and then an on-campus interview. Total process took about 4-5 weeks. The Skype interviews were about 45 minutes, and the on-campus was 27 minutes total. Skype interview was very in-depth about approaches to recruitment and moving from a student development role into recruiting, and more about my goals as a professional. On-campus consisted of four people including the Staff Recruiter. I was asked to prepare a five-minute presentation imagining that my audience consisted of high school students who knew nothing about SCAD. Was asked generic questions about how to build relationships with students, how I feel about speaking in front of large crowds, had my presentation, and then was able to ask one follow question of my own. The staff recruiter is amazing. Extremely personal, gets to know you as a person, and really appreciates you as an applicant - something I don't see very often. However, the on-campus interview itself felt very impersonal. I could tell they had several interviews lined up that afternoon and was shocked that it only took half an hour. Most higher ed on-campus interviews consist of an agenda for the entire day/afternoon. I walked away pretty much knowing I didn't get the job. After three days, I received the standard HR e-mail confirming so. Overall, I was impressed with the process until the actual panel interview.