When you meet an Uncommon recruiter, ask specifically which campuses are hiring, especially if you feel strongly about working with a particular age group. Since recruiters work region wide, they’re hiring for multiple positions at once. If you really want to work with high schoolers, you don’t want to get too far into the process before finding out that they’re only hiring in elementary schools. Ask the recruiter about work-life balance. Uncommon Schools have an extended school day and school year, which means you work longer than most other schools. At the same time, ask about time off, because there’s usually a nice period of time in the summer when schools are closed. Ask about the recruitment process. There’s usually a phone interview and at least one in-person interview that includes interactive tasks (when I interviewed for the Office Manager position, it was a prioritization task and a data-manipulation activity in Excel). You can also ask about other openings on the Operations Team, including Special Projects Coordinator, Operations Fellow, and Director of Operations, although the last two are not entry-level positions.