College of Southern Nevada
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Interviews at College of Southern Nevada

Here’s what others thought about the interview process at College of Southern Nevada.
Interview experience
Based on 50 interviews
Favorable
Interview difficulty
Based on 50 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 43 interviews
About a day or two

Interview process at College of Southern Nevada

Overview experience
Poor
Excellent
Easy
Difficult
Interview process length
About a day or two
35%
About a week
28%
About two weeks
16%
About a month
12%
More than one month
9%
Most reported steps
On-site interview
64%
Background check
32%
Phone call/screening
23%
Group interview
23%
Other
14%
Least reported steps
Drug test
2%
They have no interview
2%
Take-home/sample work
0%

What candidates say about the interview process at College of Southern Nevada

  • There was no interview process.
    Shared on October 4, 2017 - Student - Las Vegas, NV
  • Fairly relaxed, the interviewer worked hard to put me at ease before the interview.
    Shared on August 8, 2017 - Note Taker - Las Vegas, NV
  • I was in a program merit program where I was on scholarship and salary. I had to have two teachers write a letter and a former employee.
    Shared on September 19, 2016 - Student Ambassador - Las Vegas, NV

Interview questions at College of Southern Nevada

Commonly asked questions, as reported by candidates

  • Academic knowledge and interaction experience.
    Shared on July 18, 2019 - Adjunct Faculty part-time - Las Vegas, NV
  • How would you describe your communication style?
    How do you relax after a stress filled workday?
    Shared on December 21, 2017 - Director International Center - Las Vegas, NV
The first interview at College of Southern Nevada
How candidates got an interview
  • Employee referral24%
  • Other online job site18%
  • Other15%
  • Recruiter contacted me13%
  • Walk-In11%
How candidates received their first interview at College of Southern Nevada
  • I applied to be a work study employee, the manager called me and scheduled me for an interview and that was it.
    Shared on April 18, 2019 - Test Proctor - North Las Vegas, NV
  • I submitted a resume to the department of interest for part-time employment.
    I went on a national search for a full-time tenure-track position.
    Shared on November 23, 2018 - Professor of Psychology - Las Vegas, NV