After contacting one of my panel interviewers every week for six weeks, I was contacted by the personnel department and this is where I underwent a behavioral interview. I was offered the position during the interview, informed that the position was a unionized position so the salary was set and non-negotiable.
I accepted the position and was given a start date for two weeks after that interview. So the entire process took eight week from initial interview to start date. There was no negotiations as the position was a union position. The process took 3 days. The whole process was atleast 30 minutes long but wasnt hard. The process took 3 weeks. The interview has been by Skype in an informal way with my actual boss.
We discuss my work as a PhD student and which subject I could be interest during my postdoc. I was first contacted on the phone by the lab manager. We had a casual conversation about some experiences on my resume. Following this I had a one one in person interviewing asking about my past research experiences and my educational background. They seemed to be checking if I was aware of basic lab techniques and protocols. The process took 5 days. I was interviewed for a research assistant position at Wagner school of Public Policy.
The interview was short. They needed somebody with very specific data management skills. The building is very nice and my interviewer was very courteous but straighforward. I has some of the skills they needed but was not a perfect fit for the position.
I applied through college or university. It took a while for them to respond to my application but when I heard from them, scheduling the interview was fast and easy. I interviewed with the team of two- the director and his associate-that I was going to work with. They were super professional but the interview was conversational and that took the edge off. The chat was delightful and less than a couple of weeks later I head back from them with an offer.
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