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Answered by UnitedHealth Group
Took two months for me
I started interviewing in May, got an offer yesterday, July 7th.
The whole process for me from first putting in the application to both interviews, the background check and drug test being completed was about 3 weeks.... Training starts in about 2 weeks
Weeks only. I worked for United Health in New York city in Quality Management and Credentialing and Medicare and shelped obtain its License 44 and NCQA Certification.
I applied online, 2 days later got called, had a phone interview, got called the next day to come in for an interview, and went in 2 days later for a final interview. Now waiting to see what they decide.
I was a temp to hire contract and it took me 6 months.
Answered - Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee) - Avon Lake, OH
It took about 2 weeks to get hired. When i was hired it was a very long interview.
Answered - Clinical Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
About 2 months to get through the whole thing
Answered - Lead Pharmacy Tech (Former Employee) - Overland Park, KS
Several interviews. 2 month decision process.
Answered - Health Care Advocate (Former Employee) - NYNY