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University Relations (Recruitment)

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  • Scheduling recruiting events at MBA (masters of business administration) colleges for the Consumer national recruiting program. 

  • Point of contact for career centers and student and diversity organizations at assigned colleges and universities.

  • Develop expertise on recruiting at assigned colleges including knowledge of various university programs, activities, important dates, conferences, college procedures, etc.  

  • Gathers intelligence on other employers recruiting on campus and develop strategies on competing effectively for the top graduates.  

  • Plans, organizes and executes all major recruiting events including presentations, receptions, club events and interviews.

  • Submits candidate's names, interviews and extends job offers.

  • Provides marketing team with information for advertising and makes final decision regarding selected materials. 

  • Tracks and reports final recruiting metrics

Qualifications:  A bachelor's degree in business, management, marketing, human resources or a related field.  Candidates should have 2-3 years of previous MBA recruiting experience.  The successful candidate should be organized and have the ability to creatively solve problems.  Strong customer service skills and have experience coordinating events from 30 to 200 attendees are required.  Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.

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The HR Professional Interview Guide answers the toughest interview questions from the HR professional's interview, 3 mock interviews and in addition over 200 possible interview questions organized by 30 different HR subject areas including:

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  • Compensation, wage and salary administration and incentives

  • Employee retention

  • Human resource policies, procedures and administration

  • Recruitment

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Practice University Relations (Recruitment) Interview

  1. How did you hear about this position?

Follow-up:  Why did you apply for this position?

  1. What aspects of your work experience have prepared you for this position?

  2. What is your long-term employment or career objective?

Follow-up:  Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?  10 years?

  1. How do you deal with constructive criticism?

  2. Are you a leader or a follower?  Why?

  3. Tell us about the last time you did not know what decision to make, what did you do?  

Follow-up:  In hindsight, would you have approached the decision any differently?

  1. What is your ultimate professional goal?  

Follow-up: How do you plan on achieving your goal?

  1. Describe your most significant success & failure in the last two years.

  2. What has been the most important person or event in your own self development?

  3. What did you gain most out of your overall educational/employment experience?

  4. Why do you feel that you are more qualified for this position than the other candidates applying?  

Follow-up:  What sets you apart?

  1. If offered this position, when would you be able to start?

  2. How do you keep current with what's going on in your company, your industry and your profession?

  3. In the past 2 years, what progress have you made?

  4. Is there anything else that we should know about you that you haven't shared with us?
    Summarize by emphasize your qualifications as they apply to this job.   Also cover anything you missed from your opening.  Tips on your interview closing.

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