I have been working at Otis College of Art and Design part-time (More than 8 years)
Enjoy working with the students and the faculty.
A bit tough to catch a student up with curriculum when they have missed a 3 hour class.
I applied online. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Otis College of Art and Design (Los Angeles, CA) in August 2016.
I applied online and a couple of days later, HR called me to speak briefly about the position and we set-up an interview for me to come in to meet with the Registrar. The Registrar lady seemed to be laughing during the interview and at that moment I wanted to walk out, but I kept my cool.
Why are you interested in the Academic Records Specialist position and how this position fits into your future professional goals?
Asked how I liked working in my previous job.
Asked about the skills in my last position and how I felt that they would transition into the role of an Academic Records Specialist.
Was I responsible for data entry, student files, and scanning in my last position?
What was the most challenging and complex project you handled at work? What part of the project required you to go above and beyond your usual resources?
What is diversity to you and how would you incorporate that to create that environment that is inclusive to our school?
In your last job, what was the population of the student body like?
What advice would you give someone working in a Customer Service role for the first time?
What's your ideal learning environment at work?
In terms of supervision, do you like to work independently or do you like someone to check in a lot?
What's the best compliment you've received for your work style? And a criticism you have received for your work style?
What qualities do you value most in co-workers and what qualities do you find challenging?
Have you had a work experience where you've found a co-worker somewhat challenging and if you did, how'd you overcome that?
How do you handle multiple task and projects?
Do you have any tools that you use to keep yourself on track?
Could you describe an issue you've had to handle at work and how did you react to that?
How comfortable are you with technology?
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