2 week is enought for me
Depend of the policy of the company,but if you considering a week is correct
Having all the correct paperwork. Speaking to the director and notifying them. Making sure you click the right job title in the right campus you want to work in. Make sure you have a degree with some experience if you want more pay. Have your portfolio done and ready to showcase. Tailor it to more commercial and people oriented.
Answered - Photography/Media Technician (Current Employee) - Miami, FL
Depends on where you're applying. If you're applying for something temporary, about a week before you start, then orientation (may last a week) and then you get to work.
Answered - Temporary Team Member - Kendall Bookstore (Former Employee) - Miami, Kendall, FL
One month. Background check, drug test, interview
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Miami, FL
About 3 weeks
Answered - Career Advisor (Current Employee) - Miami, FL
I met with the Chairperson at the time, showed my qualifications and experience, and was hired.
Answered - Adjunct Professor of English (Current Employee) - Miami, FL
A couple of weeks
Answered - Student Assistant (Current Employee) - Miami, FL
There is no specific time because hiring is a process that begins with considering your resume from a pool to interview.
Answered - ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR MIAMI DADE COLLEGE (Current Employee) - Miami, FL
Around 2 days
Answered - Help Desk (Former Employee) - Miami, FL