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Very great environment

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Working on the ambulance is long hours due to ridiculous transfers at all hours of the night.

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The interview process is extensive and unnecessary. JKV changed the interview process in 2016, You will meet with HR and then with the hiring manager along with some key department members. JKV follows the behavior interview questions and you may meet with other dept. heads that the position will be working close with. The hiring manager gets feedback from the others and compare notes on the answers you provided. The first impression is this organization has it together ( I'm feeling pretty important), but after participating in a 3 day orientation, you might find yourself scratching your head a bit. They push this PRIDE concept and how you might even want to live there. You will go on a campus tour and they will put emphasis on all the restaurants options you have and that you can use your badge to purchase meals. (Wow, this is great) You will meet with several departments. However, in the end, you will quickly learn that this entire process was a complete waste of time and a bit of a joke. You will not receive training as most of the leadership team believe just throwing you in the position is the best way to learn. Good luck. you will need it and will end up regretting it.

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Through craiglist, and I sent my resume to the Chef

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Now the assisted living is almost like a nursing home not to many people can really do anything for themselves

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Listen to the people that work .

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Interview with human resource, paper work, orientation, training and assigned areas.

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How is your custoemr service

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