Preparing for an academic job interview


Image credit: rickz

With placement activities at ICIS approaching in a week, I have a hunch some readers of this site are thinking about preperations for job interviews. 🙂

The most useful resource I’ve found yet (via a link at ISWorld) is this comprehensive list of questions to prepare for, ask (by job title), and not ask!

This is a topic we’ve covered here before, too. Don’t forget to revisit useful posts from this site here and here.

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5 Responses

  1. I found a link with a bunch of information/link about being an IS PhD student, writing research statements, preparing job talks, etc. Enjoy!

    http://people.clemson.edu/~jthatch/resources.htm

  2. Thanks! That’s a great resource.

  3. Yes! I also agree this link provides a great resource to avoid situation that is represented by the depressing picture Steven has put up 🙂

  4. wow, I’m glad finding this site :). A lot of useful info. Thanks.

  5. […] 18, 2008 I came across an informative post on the OCIS doctoral student blog providing some helpful suggestions for preparing for job […]

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