I worked at University of Central Missouri full-time (More than 5 years)
Good Benefits, Good Managers, Pleasant Co-Workers
Low Pay, No way to advance have to re-apply to another position go through same new hiring process again
Advice to Management
When you have a position coming open in your department notify your current employees for advancement opportunities. Show appreciation for your employees when they perform extra work outside their job duties.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at University of Central Missouri (Warrensburg, MO) in January 2017.
The Director called me personally to schedule a phone interview. I really enjoyed speaking to her and think the department as a whole is doing a great job from what I've heard and seen. Then I interviewed with her and 3 other members from the department. Mostly questions based on knowledge of the function of this role, as it pertained to higher education, nothing out of the ordinary or unexpected.
Where it got interesting was that one of the members mentioned her experience with UCM as "humbling", which made it sound as if she wasn't particularly enjoying it and that they were back filling the position, due to the exit of the previous person in this position. I didn't get the role at the end of the day but it worked out both ways, as I ended up in a similar role at a top tier national institution. I was really appreciative of the interview opportunity, as it likely helped me better my next interview, and wish UCM the best.
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