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An interview looks like when people go to they interview and make eye contact and talk about their skills and awards giving them a gentle hand shake

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I went for the interview, 15 minutes of questioning about past experience and “what would I do if” in different situations. So far was great, but then I got really worried I was thrown into a room with about 10 children and 4 nursery nurses or nursery assistants in that room they starred at me and no one explained me nothing I have loads of experience with children but as a nanny not in a nursery I didn't knew what to do and no one came to me to explain me the routine. For me that was very unprofessional from management and the rest of employees.

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The process was very quick and easy. I went in and did the interview in about 30 - 45 minutes. Just be yourself and try to remain calm.

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I applied for the associate teacher position in August, had a phone interview and then a in person interview. The director told me she would call me by the end of the week. Never did, so I called numerous times. She finally told me to look out for some emails for my reference information checks. That took a whole week. And I received an email from the reference check company. And then I had to pick up this new employee packet with fingerprint documents & physical examination forms. And then I have to go through another background check & get service letters filled out. But I don’t have a start date yet. This has been the longest and most stressful process EVER! I’ve been a preschool teacher for 7 years and never had to go through this much stuff to get a job! I definitely hope it’s worth it!

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My firstround of interview is done with center director she told me you will get call from hr department but i didnot got call..

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You're interviewed about your experience, knowledge, and how you would handle specific situations. Then you do a working interview in a classroom where you interact with children and teachers provide feedback about how you did.

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Answer questions related to past experiences and how you would respond to certain situations with children or other staff members.

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Sat down with center director- was asked about my previous employment and experience working with children and my schooling. Then I was thrown in the classroom to do a "trial run" which didn't prove anything considering I was in professional clothes not meant to be on the floor and the teachers were in the middle of their "lessons" and a new person disrupted the children's attention to focus.

Answered - Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) - Woodbury, NY

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You meet with the Director and an education coordinator for your interview. They go through a list of questions such as availability, long term goals, your experience, etc. They talk about the company and it's goal.

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The interview process is very long. Although quiet thorough.

Answered - Customer Service Administrative Manager (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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