Lot of questions about situations
Answered - Notified supervisor (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC
I received a phone call from the manager a couple of weeks after I applied. I then had an interview with her and another manager. They called me a couple days later to offer me then job. I had to wait about three week to do orientation.
Ultimately your peer interview decides if you're hired. They want to make sure you "fit in"
Refereed by a freind to Mnagement, called and interviewed next week hired, then re-interviewed by manager, applied 3 times because applicTions were lost, waited in HR to call 2 weeks for onboarding, 10 more weeks for orientation to start.
Very very long process. First phone interview. If you get passed that they will schedule a in person interview most likely with two managers, the a peer meeting if you get that far. The peers decide if you get the job or not. Managers make the ultimate say so only after peers ha e decided your fate. If you get hired they will make you wait about 3 weeks before you can get into orientation, also you are to go through a health screen and of course drug testing.
I came in as a floater, if you pass the 2nd interview with the peers you are in.
Answered - Medical Physician Clerk (Former Employee) - Spartanburg, SC
Simple interview with background check and drug test
Answered - Business Office Representative (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC
It was easy
Answered - of Admissions Counselor (Current Employee) - Greenville, SC 29605
Very structured. Have participated in three phone interviews, one panel interview, and one with hiring manager. Positions stay open a long time.
It was a tedious process but worth the wait and position.
Answered - UNIT SECRETARY (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC