It can take more than two months. Alot of this has to do with internal applications and the volume of applications from outside of the university.
Answered - LEED ELECTRICIAN (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
From what I can remember, I had one interview and knew I was hired within the week.
Answered - Database Operator (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
Already being a student, the hiring process was not that long. I previously volunteered with the department and they liked my work ethic so they brought me on the team.
Answered - Athletic Communications Assistant (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
2+ months, a background check that goes back over 10 years, a drug test
Answered - Lab Technician (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
It takes about 3 to 4 months to get your foot in the door.
About 5 months
Answered - Synchronous Modems and Line Driver STD (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
First Round-- Group Interview
Second Round-- Individual Interview
Three months training period to learn information
Final Tour Evaluation
Answered - Owl Ambassador (Tour Guide) (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
My assignment was funded by the Federal Government on behalf of Temple Union on a Temporary basis. I completed a telephone interview, reference and background check and was hired!
Answered - Field Interviewer (Former Employee) - Washington, DC