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Be fresh and positive. Go in willing to learn and gain what they want you to learn.

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Look the interviewer in eye do not be neverous

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I don't feel like the supervisor I had care abo8ut the employees.I learned a lot by working there but if it were not for the other employee I don't think I would have laste as long as I did.

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What are your interest in working with the company?
How long do you plan to stay with the company if hired?
What is your expected salary?

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Was employed there for over 10 years. the entire hiring process has changed.

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8-4 with an hour for lunch and or parent conferences.

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An hourly lecturer at HISD supports students in classroom settings. They are allowed to conduct classes, give grades and assignments. Hourly lecturers are teachers, but thy work hourly instead of on contract. Teachers work 10 months through out the year and they are contracted through a school district. Most teachers are certified where as hourly lecturers are not.

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• Conduct lectures
• Prepare educational materials for undergraduates students.
• Provide guidance to develop careers as well as making them familiar with career paths
• assessment to improve academic progress
• Research and analytical students
• Provide support for instruction
• Advise students on course selection, progress toward graduation, and career decisions

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