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What is the interview process like?

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The interview was for Electronic Tech III, it was with the Assistant to the Director of Resident Life, I did most of the talking, explaining what I had done in electronics, and why I felt I should be considered for the job.

Answered - Information Systems Specialist (Former Employee) - Menomonie, WI

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Very formal, a long process of multiple steps.

Answered - Resident Assistant (Former Employee) - Johnson Hall

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I was never interviewed - they just sent an offer letter. If you show interest in one or more specific labs then you have a decent chance of getting in.

Answered - Graduate Student Researcher (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI

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As a regular employee, there is only one interview. As a manger there are two interviews.

Answered - Student Operations Manager (Current Employee) - Stevens Point, WI

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Initial phone interview.
In-person interview with supervisor, and several co-workers.
Interview questions are HR approved, and replicated to all applicants.

Answered - Library Services Assistant (Current Employee) - Eau Claire, WI

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Long, but very proficient, a lot of time lose great candidates because of the time it take to let the candidate know they would like to interview them. All interviews have been very professional and through

Answered - Business Automation Analyst (Current Employee) - Menomonie

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