Fill out the application. If they pick you to be interviewed, a recruiter will call you to schedule an interview. You will have a 'panel type' interview. If you are a nurse, the recruiter will schedule you for a dosage calculation test which you have to make a 90 or above. If you pass the interview, they will call you within a week to let you know if you were picked to be hired. Next, the recruiter will schedule you for hopsital orientation. If you are a nurse, you will then go on to nursing orientation, which you will take a PBDS test on the last day(critical thinking based on what you know as a nurse). The following week, you will go to epic computer training. Lastly, you will start orientation on your unit.
Pre-screening then first interview, then staff panel, then decisions. Long process. Best way to get on board is to know someone or job fair.
Answered - Professional registered nurse (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
4 months for director level and 6 interviews is what I experienced. Terrible and long.
Answered - Director (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
I don't know because they didn't hired me. I was just volunteer
Answered - Certified Volunteer (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Please I looking for job I send my application a mouth ago
Two weeks max. If you are ready to work, starting is easy.
Answered - Histology Technician (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX
About one month.
Answered - Sterile Processing Technician II (Current Employee) - Houston, TX