Intially, I was very nervous about my interview. For one, I was late due to another vehicle accident on the way. I notified the interviewer I will be late and apologized for my tardiness. Fortunately when I did get there for the interview, the sense of humor from an faculty broke the ice. I’m grateful they gave me a chance. Lesson learnt: it never hurts to arrive too early.
You fill very relaxed and the questions are easy and to the point.
Answered - Assistive Technology Lab Associate (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
My interview was conducted with the department itself, rather than the institution. I was asked a few questions about myself, what I desired to accomplish by working there, informed of the salary, required responsibilities, and finally asked if I accepted. After that, I was given instructions on completing the process to join the workforce, which simply involves undergoing some online actions with the institution, such as setting up a work email, signing forms, and going through workplace safety information.
Answered - PT Student Assistant Worker (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Answered - Coordinator I/Bilingual (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
I had one interview with the manager
Answered - Business Office Specialist (Former Employee) - Cypress, TX
This was a work study position. Students were asked to assist in a class they had passed with a good grade.
Answered - Lab Assistant (Former Employee) - Conroe, TX