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Stockton, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
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$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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Situated next to the largest body of water on earth is a pretty big body of knowledge: the University of the Pacific. The school offers 80 majors and academic programs in such fields as art, Asian languages and studies, biology, business, computer science, engineering, history ... Read more

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    Current Employee - Biology Teaching Assistant in Elk Grove, CA
    Current Employee - Biology Teaching Assistant in Elk Grove, CA

    Pros

    Amazing experience working with students! Really makes an impact and is fulfilling! Also works with my schedule for classes and my life

    Cons

    Not a lifetime career but great when in grad school! It is only for those who are attending grad school, so it is limited

    Advice to Management

    Keep it up!

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    Title IX Coordinstor Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Stockton, CA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA) in June 2016.

    Interview

    I submitted an application online in March. I was contacted in April to interview by telephone. I interviewed by telephone two weeks later. I heard nothing.

    Two weeks later in May, I was notified by a reference that they were contacted (without my knowledge). I followed up with the school. I finally heard back. They wanted me to come to campus. Initially it was one day. Then it became 3. They paid to fly me from the East Coast. I visited all three campuses. No time to think. One meeting after the other. The time scheduled with some was too short, with others too long. I had to give a presentation. Driven by Lincoln Town car to all locations.

    I was told on campus they were going to check my references. (They lied. They didn't.) I was asked to think about where I wanted to put my office. (Strange) They took me on a residential tour and to see a marina (neither on schedule).

    They required me to interview with yet another person by telephone when I returned from my overnight flight home. I did. I sent thank you notes to each individual person. I heard back from some, not others.

    I left Thursday evening, arriving home on Friday AM. I interviewed by telephone with the last person on Saturday afternoon (we tried to interview on Friday, but I missed the call - go figure; I called back, and heard nothing to Saturday). Monday was July 4. I followed up on Monday July 11. That afternoon I received an email from the a senior staff member who was my contact throughout claiming to have hired someone who had experience the opposite of mine.

    The senior staff member, who was my contact, stopped responding. A secretary referred me to a low level staff person for reimbursements. This person's email responded on July 12 with an auto-reply saying she was out until the 25th. Yah. I haven't sent them yet. Why rush. No one is there to help me.

    Overall - they did a good job of being phony. They kissed my butt while I was there, but they never intended to hire me. I was the national candidate. They were dishonest in things they told me. Ultimately, they hired someone the opposite of me, who had a lesser pedigree than I had, and I felt it was a waste of time and resources. The person they did hire was the same age and had the same look as the President.

    Their behavior afterward, scurrying under a rock, ruined any good impression they gave me. I felt used and they clearly chose to cater to the chosen one, rather than wrap up their interaction with me in an appropriate way. It was a little too Los Angeles for Northern California.

    I wish I hadn't gone through the process. I feel like a used, discarded date. How ironic.

    Interview Questions

    • During Campus Visit: Have you ever done a Title IX investigation on a college campus?   1 Answer
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