Your application is screened and filtered out through the recruiting department. From there, each department/manager has a different approach to the interview process. It also depends if it is a union or non-union position. In my experience, most managers like to do panel interviews which is exactly like it sounds. You are questioned by a panel of individuals (usually all who you would be working with in the position).
Easy. Turnover here is ongoing and some departments are always hiring.
Answered - Patient Access Specialist (Current Employee) - Renton, WA
HR does screening, then Manager interview if you get pass HR.
Answered - RDS Internal Auditor for RDS Program (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Very pleasant and Professional
Answered - Senior Claim Supervisor (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Your are interviewed by the leadership panel.
Answered - APPEALS/GRIEVANCE COORDINATOR (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA
The interview process was excellent. The Clinical Supervisor and another speech pathologist were present and made the interview warm and welcoming.
Answered - Per Diem Speech-Language Pathologist (Current Employee) - Santa Clara, CA
The interview was candid, open and holds bar.
Answered - Resident Chaplain (Former Employee) - Vallejo, CA
Very basic background and experience questions - nothing special
Answered - Behavioral Health Specialist (Former Employee) - Portland, OR
Very at ease. Not at all stressful.
Answered - Administrative Specialist C (Former Employee) - Seattle, WA
When I interviewed for the position, I was the first audiologist, and now the process is different and applicants are interviewed by the audiology manager, supervisor, and the head ENT physician.
Answered - Audiologist/Hearing Aid Dispensing Audiologist (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH