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Joining the team be willing to work in fast pace ma
trix environment.as willing to learn about the company. policy getting work done being efficient work various tasks good communication skills team work willing to promote

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Individuals joining this team need to be prepared to work in a high matrix environment (accountable to a variety of leaders and stakeholders). In addition, you must be willing to go above and beyond to accomplish objectives while also leveraging a cross-team approach to get work done. This is not an organization (Trinity specifically) that you work in a silo; be prepared to do 'other duties as assigned'. If you are open to reaching across departments and sometimes working beyond of your scope of duties (within reason) then you will fit in well.

Answered - Director (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Ask questions and be positive

Answered - Food Service Technician (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Be yourself and be knowledgeable have respect

Answered - insurance specialist-insurance verifier (Former Employee) - patient access

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Smile, be confident you are a good fit for the position. Show that you know you can do the job.

Answered - Secretary III (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Make sure to ask questions to things that sound to good to be true.

Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Be absolutely perfect, because the nasty woman in management thinks she's the Queen of England. If you can't type over 100 wpm then don't apply. If you aren't ready to be a slave to a nasty, hateful woman of a manager, then don't apply.

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Be honest and experience how you feel you can help make the company grow.

Answered - Diagnostic Imaging Coordinator (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Go to lake forest

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