People who get nervous before a single job interview may have to really psyche themselves up for the increasingly common practice of marathon interviewing. As the name implies, marathon interviewing involves a candidate meeting several managers in succession over the course of one day. While often exhausting for the applicant, such an arrangement can have some distinct advantages for the company doing the hiring.
We know many of you are seeking a new (or better) job, so to help you uncover valuable opportunities, we'll be spotlighting a job of the week. This week, we’re featuring an opportunity for an administrative assistant for the Public Interest Network, a network that includes some of the top public interest organizations in the country. This position’s primary role is to assist with long-term planning and manage daily operations of the organization, and working with a number of Boston-area organizations in the Public Interest Network.
We know many of you are seeking a new (or better) job, so to help you uncover valuable opportunities, we'll be spotlighting a job of the week. This week, we’re featuring an opportunity for a senior administrative assistant for media and external affairs at the World Wildlife Fund, the world’s leading conservation organization whose recent efforts have included work to help protect Monarch butterflies.
While medal-winning athletes may be the top attention-getters at the Olympics, most give a great deal of credit to their coaches. So important is this role that the U.S. Olympic Committee came up with The Order of Ikkos, a special medal that each U.S. Olympic or Paralympic medalist can present to his or her coach to acknowledge the person’s contribution to achieving world-class success. (Ikkos is the first recorded Olympic coach in Ancient Greece.)