For your interview, be prepared to answer many questions about conflict resolution. It’s the new fad. Never mind if you can actually do the job! They want to know how you handle conflict. Few of any department specific questions
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