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Simple over the phone interview after waiting 7 months post application submission.


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Short and simple. If you can read and write, preferable both at the same time you will be fine.

Answered - Contact Representative (Former Employee) - Topeka, KS

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Depends on the level of the position, Professional, need to be qualified.

10 to 15 questions to narrow down skills and experience.

Answered - Maintenance Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Grand Junction, CO

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The interview process was demanding.

Answered - Veterans Industries Worker (Former Employee) - Northport, NY

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Panel interview with about 3 to 4 people

Answered - Certified Sterile Processing Technician (Current Employee) - Decatur, GA 30033

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First you with Human Resources, Basic Interview.
Second you with the Director of the Department which you applied to.
Third interview with Human Resources.

Answered - Program Medical Support/Office Assistant (Former Employee) - East Orange, NJ

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I sat before a panel of 3 people and was asked a variety of questions about experience

Answered - Advanced Medical Support Assistant (Current Employee) - Jackson, MS

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Basic interview questions.

Answered - Advanced Medical Support Assistant (Current Employee) - Anchorage, AK

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Answered - LPN / Telehealth (Current Employee) - Chattanooga, TN 37411

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Experience oriented and problem solving skills were focus. Advanced education a must, detail oriented.

Answered - Medical support Assistant (Former Employee) - Appleton, WI

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