Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey

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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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You have to meet with the department manager first. The next interview is usually with Team manager and then with the director of the department. It all depends on what position you are applying for.
The entire process could take up to 4 months

Answered - Lead Claims Auditor (Former Employee) - Neptune City, NJ

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There are usually at least three interviews. First with the Team Leader then with the overall manager and then with the Director of the area you are applying to.
It can take up to three or four months depending how quickly the job opening needs to be filled.

Answered - Lead Claims Auditor (Former Employee) - Neptune City, NJ

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2 months. Three interview process

Answered - Senior Director of Finance/Operations (Current Employee) - Ewing, NJ

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The hiring process was very long. I think it was like a few months before I heard back anything.

Answered - Fraud Investigator II (Current Employee) - Newark, NJ

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A lot has changed, so I'm not sure.

Answered - Appeals Resolution Analyst I (Former Employee) - West Trenton, NJ

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It only took one week

Answered - Vice President, Sales (Former Employee) - Newark, NJ

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I would say about two weeks, you fill out the application, your information is reviewed by human resources, If you are being considered for the job, you speak with the manager of the department and a decision is made if you are hired.

Answered - Member Service Coordinator (Former Employee) - Wall, NJ

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Highly difficult to get hired. Far too many chosen candidates are let go within a few months to a few years.

Skilled workers are lost.

Answered - Accountant (Former Employee) - Newark, NJ

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