I have been working at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (More than 3 years)
The scheduling is very flexible, but hours are long. The teams are very well qualified and the legacy is powerful.
Little accountability and high expectations from junior staff regarding travel and output. I sense that if you are single/without kids the expectations on your time as well as ability to travel are not even. Relatively impossible to grow/get real merit based promotions.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (Washington, DC).
I applied online and was contacted the next day. In one week, I went through an initial phone screening, an hour-long phone interview with the supervisor, and then a two-hour in-person interview with the department. I felt like the interviews went well overall and I clicked well with the staff. I left my final interview with a strong impression that I would be followed up with very soon. A week went by and no contact, so I sent an email to the manager. The only response I received was a generic response from the recruiter telling me I was not selected. Which is fine, but they definitely knew much sooner they would not be selecting me and I felt that at the very least I should have been contacted instead of me having to reach out after one week.
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