The Seasonal Interviewer will assist the Educational Programs team in performing interviews for seasonal positions. Interviewers will evaluate and rate seasonal applicants in a video-based assessment powered by the HireVue platform. Interviewers will also be responsible for providing candidate feedback to program coordinators/leads bi-weekly and record feedback in the HireVue system. Interviewers typically work before the start of a program, and work a minimum of 3 hours per week and up to 20 hours per week, depending on number of interviews. This position will work under the supervision of the Educational Program hiring team. Position dates: January–June.
- Attend and complete HireVue video-based evaluation training.
- Respond to interview evaluation invites within 24-48 hours from the invite date.
- Review and score applicant’s answers in accordance with training guidelines/Matrix.
- Follow up with candidates via phone and respond to position/program related questions.
- Record interview notes in HireVue and ensure notes/documentation are in accordance with Duke TIP’s guidelines and policy.
- Meet bi-weekly with Hiring Coordinator at Duke TIP main office to discuss candidates.
- Perform other related duties incidental to the work/described herein
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Outstanding communication, analytic, time management, decision-making, and interpersonal skills.
- Must be able to prioritize work effectively, be responsive to deadlines and feedback, and work well under pressure.
- Well-developed computer skills and the demonstrated ability to adapt to new software programs are crucial.
- Must have high speed internet access, wired or wireless connection to internet provider at a quiet and private location.
- Must demonstrate high level of discretion and confidentiality.
- Candidates must be self-directed and able to work independently.
Education and Experience Requirements
- Completion of a Bachelor’s degree.
- Must have two years’ experience working as a Duke TIP seasonal staff
- Prior experience reading, evaluating, and interviewing applicants for Duke TIP seasonal employment (preferred).
- Seasonal Interviewers assisting with the hiring of instructors for face-to-face programming requires a master’s in education or curriculum and instruction, and/or long-term experience with teaching in one of the following strands: Sciences, Math/Engineering/Tech, and Humanities/Social Sciences/Fine Arts.
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