I worked at Central Arizona College part-time
Fantastic position that is incredibly rewarding and engaging. Helping other students pass a test or improve their grade is an awesome feeling. In addition, if it is a slow day, you have an opportunity to work on your homework. All the other tutors are great to talk to and are more than willing to help if you get stuck on a question.
Some students expect you to more or less do their homework for them or are only there because their class requires it but you'll learn how to handle these students. However, a great majority of students who come to you really want help and are willing to put in the effort.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Central Arizona College (Phoenix, AZ) in September 2009.
Spent the first 15 to 20 minutes speaking with the HR hiring manager discussing any questions about the institution and the expected interview process. Then spent about a half hour with the search team chair discussing general topics outside the interview questions. The next step was an hour long departmental open forum with unscripted questions form the staff. Next was a hour long group interview with eight department leaders asking scripted questions. The next interview was a one on one with the supervisor of the position. The final stage was a lunch with peer administrators asking other unscripted questions.
Reasons for Declining
My current employer made a counter offer to keep me keep me with the organization.
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