Questions and Answers about University of Missouri

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at University of Missouri.

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Share information about your teaching philosophy and approach to supporting students.

Answered - Writing Consultant Faculty (Current Employee) - Kansas City, KS

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Relax, be honest

Answered - Custodian (Current Employee) - Rolla, MO

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It helps to get to know the professors and talk to them personally before you apply to work in their labs.

Answered - Research Associate (Former Employee) - Columbia, MO

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You should be flexible working different schedules and multi tasking.

Answered - Administrative Student Assistance and Security (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO

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Make certain you have strong recommenders before applying.

Answered - Teaching Assistant (TA) (Former Employee) - Columbia, MO

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Run. The place is dysfunctional and if you have aspirations for advancement, you'll be sorely disappointed.


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Be yourself.

Answered - Italian Instructor (Former Employee) - Columbia, MO

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Make sure you have a thick skin, because it's a pretty tough environment, given the current political implications.

Answered - Sr. Strategic Communications Associate (Former Employee) - Columbia, MO

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Be honest and be open to learning while on the job.

Answered - Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) - Columbia, MO

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Show your enthusiasm and dedication. HR is extremely good and knowing who is really serious about their dedication to working at UMC.

Answered - EMT/Respite Provider for State (Former Employee) - Columbia, MO

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