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What is the starting salary for service coordinator and is it negotiable?

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As a Centene employee, I am eligible for a high deductable health plan and 7 sick days per year. That is it.

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What is the dress code in Tempe, Arizona's office?

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Centene asks behavioral questions. The type that ask "tell me about a time ". And ghey dig it not your answer with follow up questions. Have 4 or 5 stories to tell in STAR form. And be prepared for the digging. If you have accomplished anything in your career you'll do fine

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No drug test just an extensive background check

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I went on interview on 2/9/18 and interviewed with Ms. Delores. I was asked the normal questions most call centers ask, "Tell me about a time when". I feel we connected and the interview went well. Here's the kicker though, I told my friend about the position for CS II and she had her interview 2 days before me. She got an offer 2/16/18 and to date i haven't heard anything, not yea or nay. Now I'm worried that I didn't get it, but aren't they supposed to send you an email or something letting you know one way or the other?

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Stressful, they expect you to work through system issues constantly. the left hand never knows what the right hand is doing. no communication between depts that support each other. then they "write you up" because you did something wrong that you didn't even know was a new policy to begin with.

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It took about a week to receive a call back after applying for a position. I had two interviews, one in person face to face and the second was a telephone interview with hiring manager and direct manager. After you receive an offer, a background check is started and the process is about three to four days days. I was told it could take up to ten days. The entire process from initial application to completion of process was approximately five weeks.

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Limited flexibility. I must submit my request for unpaid time off in advance so my supervisor can locate a replacement. If none is found, unpaid leave is denied.

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