I have been working at Saint Anselm College full-time (More than a year)
Very nice atmosphere - no stress, great people, flexible schedule, short Fridays in the summer, Christmas break (paid), benefit of College education for me and children is a HUGE perk! The people are very nice.
Slower pace than I'm used to, so tendency to get boring at times. No AC in a lot of the buildings. Lower pay, but benefits tend to make up for it, especially free college education for my kids.
Advice to Management
Doing a great job! No micro managing for the most part, but hold people accountable for doing their job.
The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Saint Anselm College.
I applied online and I had a good phone interview with the hiring manager. I was invited for an onsite interview. I met a panel of 4 people that I would mostly work with and I was praised many times for my experience and answers. Finally, I had to meet HR, which was horrible. I expected to discuss salary and logistics with HR, but the guy seemed to think he can judge my job qualifications better than the hiring manager. He asked me about my biggest accomplishment and mind you this is an entry level position, I mentioned the startup I cofounded which got funding. He asked if the startup is still functioning and then made a comment along the lines of "Your biggest accomplishment is a failed startup?". Anyone that is involved in the startups has heard the phrase "9 out of 10 startups fail", so I take it that it's his ignorance and lack of experience at startups. I was really surprised how much the HR expected for a position that pays little for the industry.
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