Questions and Answers about Ivy Tech Community College

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What is the interview process like?

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Interview for a Dean position. The campus president decided to not even show up and the rest of the committee were visibly surprised by this. As someone who has worked in higher ed for a long time it came off as extremely disrespectful and unprofessional. They interview a lot of people they have no intention of hiring.

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The interview process is intensive but not intimidating. A panel of faculty members conduct first round of interview. Another panel of faculty memebers conduct second round of interview where you have demonstarte your teaching skills by teaching a topic. The third round of interview is conducted by the department Dean and one HR executive.

Answered - Chemistry Instructor (Current Employee) - Evansville, IN

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A 4 to 5 member team interviews full time faculty applicants.

Answered - Adjunct Faculty (Current Employee) - Noblesville, IN

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Did not interview

Answered - Administrative Assistant Intern (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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We discussed my qualifications and expectations. The interview was thorough but not too long.

Answered - Art Professor (Former Employee) - Madison, IN

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Detailed. A multiple committee process that has strict policies to abide by.

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Muncie, IN

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Several interviews and includes demonstrations.

Answered - Adjunct Instructor Business (Former Employee) - Kokomo and Virtual

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There was not really one. I spoke to the Dean of Engineering Technology and at the time I was tutoring and looking for an analyst or logistics career. However, opportunities opened up at Ivy Tech. Little did I know they were going to make cuts and let so many people go. I was even about to begin my Masters degree in mathematics. Anyway, I began as a tutor in Marion for $17/hr. From getting to be around the other tutors who were mostly professors themselves I was immediately offered to begin teaching a class.

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Interview process by the Chancellor included questions about religious orientation and other personal details that were not applicable to the position. Hopefully this has been rectified by now.

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