Questions and Answers about Tarrant County College

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What is the interview process like?

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Friendly, congenial,but professional.

Answered - TEACHER'S ASSISTANT (Former Employee) - Fort Worth TX

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Very fast. Make sure your availability is wide open. The assignments and training you will have to do is not structured and requires an open schedule

Answered - COMPUTER EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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A phone interview and then a face to face interview.

Answered - Call Center Representative (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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The first round of interviews consists of 3 different people from the department in which you applying ask you multiple questions. After that they bring the applicant number down to around 5 then those 5 get brought in for a 2nd interview in which you interview with the department chair and the person in charge of that position and they ask you their own set of questions.

Answered - Senior Administrative Office Assistant (Current Employee) - Hurst, TX

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Vert brief and comes with a scavenger hunt of the campus.

Answered - Note Taker (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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At the time the department was run by a full staff and they all took part in the interview. It was like having a conversation, just to get them all introduced; to see if there was a good workplace cohesion. Short and to the point.

Answered - Office Assistant (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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The Interview process is extensive.

Answered - Economics Professor (Current Employee) - Arlington, TX

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