I worked at Salus University (Less than a year)
Great place to work. Friendly, helpful community.
Bad parking! Limited room to grow.
I applied online. I interviewed at Salus University.
The interview process consisted of a virtual interview followed up by an in person interview, which included a few one-on-one interviews and a group interview. The process itself was pretty straight forward and took a few weeks.
However, there was a general sense of disorganization. For example, I was told to arrive at a specific time for a morning of in person interviews (the second round of the interview process), but the first interviewer had been told the our interview would be at a different time than I was told to arrive (essentially, when I got there I was told I arrived early when I arrived exactly at time as requested).
Contact was done entirely through email, which also resulted in my receiving a few incorrect emails during the process (incorrect, meaning that the emails appeared to have been intended for other candidates).
I had a general feeling that the organization either a) didn't know what they were looking for for this position or b) weren't really interested in filling the position because I was met with a certain level of disinterest. During one group interview, someone actually left to answer their cell phone and never returned. I would have been absolutely understanding if I had been told "I'm sorry but I have to step out to take this", but the interviewer simply left without saying anything to me which gave me the impression that they either weren't interested in me as a candidate or weren't interested in being a part of the interview.
It's sometimes difficult to gauge your fit when you interview with multiple people - I felt some interviews went really well and that I might be a great candidate for the job, but then during other interviews I questioned what I was doing there. I left with lukewarm feelings, and it took them a week longer than I was told it would to get back to me about their decision. The decision not to hire was sent via email and informed me they had decided to “go with a different group of people for the second round of the interview process”, even though I had just completed the second part of the interview process… clearly, I received an incorrect email message, but the general purpose of sending a rejection was received nonetheless.
There were no hard feelings – everyone I met clearly had a sense of pride in what they do at the university and spoke very highly of the team atmosphere and culture. I wish my interview process had been met with the same level of enthusiasm and pride.
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