It only took them 2 days to hire me.
Answered - Administrative Assistant II (Former Employee) - Palo Alto, CA
3 weeks. phone interview with manager, interview with manager and peers
Answered - SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR (Current Employee) - Palo Alto, CA
Depends. I was given a back door assist from a professor who knew the hiring manager
Answered - Biometric Health Screener (Former Employee) - Stanford, CA
A year, depending
Answered - Senior Research Associate (Former Employee) - Stanford, CA
2 months to get the initial interview (phone screen). Another 2 months to get an offer.
Answered - Research Nurse (Current Employee) - Palo Alto, CA
There is no process to getting hired. It's difficult to get an internship at the University without having a strong affiliation, connection, or resume experience that stands out. The best way to start emailing people who work there to see if an internship would even be a possibility.
Answered - Summer intern at Stanford University (Former Employee) - Palo Alto, CA
It can take up to a month.
Answered - Human Resources Manager (Current Employee) - Palo Alto, CA
It took me about 6 months. They had me go through 7 interviews and one live presentation before they could even tell me if they wanted me. They were never clear about my role, my salary, my schedule or my responsibilities.
Answered - Director of Curriculum Design and Development (Current Employee) - School
It didn' t take very long to get hired there at all.
Answered - Receiving Specialist/Payments Assistant (Former Employee) - Stanford, CA
It depends on research group. Usually about one month
Answered - Postdoctoral Fellow (Current Employee) - Stanford, CA