Your Monthly-ish Reminder: Interview Questions Repository

If you think a repository of questions  that people have been asked in library interviews is a useful tool, please help keep it dynamic and relevant by sharing this post with at least one person today.  Thanks!

Mailing Letters

Have you been on a library interview recently?  Or are you prepping for one?

Sounds like you could use The Interview Questions Repository!

If you’ve had a library interview recently, help this resource grow by reporting the questions you were asked:

http://tinyurl.com/interviewquestionsform

or by sharing this link widely with your friends and colleagues.

If you are about to go on an interview, use the spreadsheet:

http://tinyurl.com/InterviewQuestionsRepository

to help you prepare.

Top tip: Switch the spreadsheet to list view, in order to be able to limit by answers – you can choose to only look at the phone interviews at public libraries, for example.

Bottom tip: For respondents, you should be able to edit your answers, if you think of something to add, etc.

You will also always be able to find these links in the sidebar to your right —>

If you’d like to respond to any other surveys, or otherwise participate in this blog,

this page

will give you links and options.

Thanks for reading, readers!  Thanks for contributing, contributors!

P.S.  Here’s a chart of the positions people have interviewed for:

POsition Level

Entry level 62   36%
Two or more years of experience 39   22%
Supervisory 13    7%
Department Head 13    7%
Senior Librarian 7    4%
Branch Manager 2    1%
Director/Dean 3    2%
Library Assistant 11    6%
Library Clerk 3    2%
Library Aide 0    0%
Page 2    1%
Other 19   11%
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