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What is the interview process like?

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2 interviews very pleasant.

Answered - Cellular Technologist Bone Marrow Lab (Former Employee) - BMT Lab

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It was a good feeling interview.

Answered - Field Support Technician (Current Employee) - Pleasanton, CA 94588

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Multiple stages, with management and surgeons/MDs

Answered - Clinical nurse 2 (Current Employee) - Redwood City, CA

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Very Comfortable.

Answered - Permanent Employee (Former Employee) - Palo Alto, CA

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There will be approximately 3 panel interviews and 1 phone interview

Answered - Sr. Purchasing Buyer (Former Employee) - Palo Alto, CA

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The interview process involves an introductory test that is graded. Then passing candidates are invited to a second in person interview with the Director of Security and a security supervisor. Upon successful completion and selection you are extended a job offer via email/phone. Human resources is then contacted and you receive your start date orientation date. After orientation you report to your site for initial training by your department.

Answered - Security Officer (Full-time) (Current Employee) - Palo Alto, CA

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Okay. They select a candidate and then bring them on site to check for any last minute reasons not to hire.

Answered - Epic Cache DBA (Current Employee) - Stanford, CA

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I loved my interview process, I was asked a question that kind of stumped me... and instead of leaving me feeling inadequate the interviewer told me what she would of said had she been asked the question and it clicked. She gave a great answer but she also made me feel like she cared, she made me aware that that particular question always leaves the interviewee stumped or thrown off. I was interviewed by two people and they were both nice and respectful.

Answered - Patient Companion (Former Employee) - Palo Alto, CA

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