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deuce9 in benton, Arkansas

48 months ago

After you've applied online, what's the best way to go about getting yourself noticed? Should you call the nuclear medicine department and ask to speak to the lead tech? Who should you try to talk with and what should you say? Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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Jonwalker in Grove, Oklahoma

48 months ago

I would say, talk to the decision maker. Be it the rad director or the department head. Show them you are interested. Ask them to come and view the department and operations. Make plans to spend at least half a day. They will dump you into the department where you can get to know the other techs. When you are done visit with the head again and let them know how it went. Be honest.

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dne81 in San Antonio, Texas

47 months ago

What questions should you ask the hiring manager for a prn position?

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dne81

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Jonwalker in Grove, Oklahoma

47 months ago

I would treat a prn and full-time postions the same. Just because you may value the job less, due to the hours available, doesn't mean they do. Most managers are going to be "Company men" (or women) and will place the value of the time given to a postion the same. If they want you to work 1 hour, then they expect the same attitude and work ethics, for that one hour, as they would a person doing a full shift.

The key is, get your foot in the door. When the work picks up, or someone leaves a ft position. You want them to see you as their savior.

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