Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at George Mason University.
The interview process consists of two or three interviews, generally
1) An optional phone interview if many candidate are not local.
2) An in person interview with a committee of 3-5 people
3) An interview with the hiring manager.
Interviews 2 and 3 either happen on the same day, or will happen on separate days with the committee only forwarding on the best candidates.
It has been too many years. But the questions are rarely unique or difficult.
When i have hired people, i have asked for practical exercises, but I have stopped engaging in hiring activity, and my example has not been widely followed
Uncertain. I was not eligible for benefits.
Not often, unless a position opens up with higher pay.
A lot 60 hours a year
No, it is just a matter of finding coverage for your shift and if it is an emergency they usually understand and work with you.