Interview was great, hired on the spot I believe due to history of correctional nursing.
The ladies that did my interview was very nice, just basically asked me corporates questions, NOT related to nursing, one question was what have I done to be innovative in my job/ former job, ummm well being a nurse leaves little room to be"innovative" due to state scope of practice, questions was just not appropriate for position, and I had previous corrections experience. Even the nurse that interviewed me told me she really hopes I get hired because of my experience! And the rudest part, I got an computer generated email stating I was not moving on in the hiring process? Not even a reason why? Horrible! But yet they still put the position out again and again,, CCS maybe take a look at your hiring process for not Being able to fill the position!
Poor communication skills and ineffective job expectations
Answered - Nurse (Former Employee) - Arkansas
My interview was very professional interesting and I offered job before I left.
The interview process was good and based on the interview i would have thought the department was operated professionally.
Answered - medical (Former Employee) - graceville, fl
My interview was very comfortable.Not asked a bunch of silly "scenario questions". Asked about my experience,told what my position would require and was very honest on the pro's and con's which made me feel more comfortable and not feel like I was signing up for a job and didn't know what my responsibilities would be.
I had an interview that was basically a conversation. I was hired on the spot because I have substantial correctional experience.
My interview was easy. No real questions just conversation about my skills and what jobs I've had in the past. Hired on the spot.
It was intense and very inlightening
Answered - Licensed Vocational Corrections Nurse (Former Employee) - Wichita Falls, TX