I have been working at University of Liverpool part-time (More than a year)
Excellent job training, company leadership and well structured.
May require relocation at your own cost.
Advice to Management
Management should expand more into the international community and offer more full time job responsibilities.
I applied online. I interviewed at University of Liverpool (Liverpool, England (UK)) in September 2015.
The interview is held en masse with somewhere near 100 other candidates. Most of these ended up with the job. It felt as much like an induction day as it did an interview. They split you into large groups and have you work together to figure out what you would do in a hypothetical situation. In our case it was something like 'You and your lunar team have crash landed on the moon and need to make it to a base 100 miles away, what, in order of importance, would you take with you and why'? They gave us a list of items and we ranked them. It was pretty relaxed and fun to be honest. Then they ask you to answer some questions on paper individually. they were interview questions. The one to one interview at the end was brief and casual. I cant remember any of the questions but I remember leaving with the impression that they would only decline your application if you managed to mess up big time. As I said, most people made it through. Easiest and most pleasant interview I've ever had, though long.
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