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I have been working at Binghamton University part-time
Great Experience working with the Professor
No cons at all working there
I interviewed at Binghamton University in July 2017.
the most insulting and unprofessional interview experience I have ever had. they called me 3 days before a skype interview when I was packing and moving from Michigan to California, I told them if we could do it in 5 days, they still insisted to do it in 3days. then, a week later they called me again to meet on campus in 4 days and they didn't want to pay for the flight from SD to Binghampton, so I paid for the flight + car rental for around $700( they paid for the hotel though). then, the interview itself went well and friendly. at the end, they said the result would be out within a week, and mentioned that they would reimburse some of the travel fee ( $54 if I remembered correctly). I went back to SD and started my endless waiting. a week later, I heard nothing from them, so I emailed their recruiter(who contacted before) for inquiring the result, she didn't response. A couple of days later, I called her, she didn't pickup, so I left a message on the answering machine, NO ONE ever called me back. So I emailed some of the hiring committee members, NO ONE responded to my email. So I thought maybe they were still deciding because the job posting was still on their website. However, about 5 weeks after the on-campus interview, they took down the job post. Even when it happened, I still didn't receive any notification of the position being filled. It is a common courtesy for the organizations to inform the interviewees the status of the job application. But they didn't do their job, they refused to communicate (if I was bad, lemme know, ok?). I have never seen any organization behaving like this. BTW, the hiring department was Undergraduate Admission, and the position was International Student Counselor.
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