They can't tell you all the things you will be responsible for because if they did you would run out of the room screaming.
It was all done by phone.
Answered - Project Manager (Current Employee) - Hollywood, FL
Panel interview. Probing questions
Answered - Certified Hemodialysis Technician (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
The interview process was over an hour or more with multiple questions being asked by the manager.
Answered - LPN (Former Employee) - Forrest City, AR
General interview with questions like "what are your strengths/ weaknesses"
Answered - RN Team Leader (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Very good and supportive
Answered - Dialysis Nurse (Former Employee) - Alamo, TX
Situational and pleasant.
Answered - RN (Former Employee) - California
I interviewed with the facility manger and charge nurse.
Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Portland, OR
Round Table more than one person interviewing.
Answered - Admin Asst (Former Employee) - Texas
There are a few different interviews starting with a telephone interview and ultimatley ending with a face to face interview with the manager and regional director.
Answered - Charge Nurse - RN (Current Employee) - Hamilton, AL