I interviewed this month for a library assistant. I would describe the interview experience as being formulated by scam artists. After the interview, I provided a list of references which since both my references and I are receiving spam/robocalls from the same numbers despite we reside in different areas. It all seems too coincidental, very saddening to know my information was misused!
Be student centered. Do your research before applying and makes sure you have prepared issues that you would like to bring up and discuss. For example, discussing how you would address mental health issues of college residents when applying for a job in housing would be beneficial.
Within two weeks of me placing my application i was contacted for a telephone interview and briefed on the hiring process.
It feels good, an extremely safe job.
Employees have many opportunities for professional development, within a stable job.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make University of Miami a better place to work?
I worked at the Marine School (RSMAS) of UM. I loved my job for 16 years. The working conditions were equal to any good employer. I have been retired since 2006 and really can't comment on the working conditions today but it was one of the best places to work in Miami.