I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Reading Partners (Milpitas, CA) in March 2016.
I am not a recent college grad, and feel I was discriminated against. I initially applied for a recruiter position. I applied online and was contacted shortly thereafter. The interview went well until one of the interviewers asked a question that was related to my age. They contacted me to consider a site coordinator position and had to interview a second time. Apparently they felt that the recruiter position wouldn't fit with my lifestyle -- which they know nothing about. They were clearly making a lot of non-job-related assumptions. It's clear to me that they weren't interested in my skills or experience.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Reading Partners (Los Angeles, CA).
I applied through Indeed and found it on Jobscore. There is a video or phone recording interview that has pre-recorded questions on it. You record your answer. This can be kind of hard because you are only given 60 seconds or so to answer and process. You can't hang up and call back. After that, someone contacts you probably through email and sets up a phone interview. If you are in the area they will ask to meet you in person. If not then the interview is conducted thru the phone which is weird cause how will they like know who you are if they can't see you, but it's okay.
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No negotiation. Is an AmeriCorps position so there isn't an option.