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For ambulatory clinic in Florida: Applied online, was called about a week later to set up an interview. Met with the placement coordinator for about 10-15, asked basic question like "Why mayo? etc" and about my career background. Then sat down for panel interview with the direct supervisor of the clinic and nurse manager.

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About 2 weeks from applying online to receiving conditional offer letter. About a month from application to start of orientation. This was for a nurse position at an ambulatory clinic in Florida.

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-I knew someone on the inside that knew the positions I could apply and qualify for.

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Yes there is parking on campus in Florida. Very far from most buildings so add additional time for walking depending on where on campus you work. There is also a shuttle that runs about every 10-15 minutes.

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Friendly, polite and PROFESSIONAL. Learning environment so most are eager to teach.

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No cost for parking in Florida. It is uncovered so keep an umbrella in your car - I even keep rainboots just in case. It is far so add extra time for walking into your commute. If you arrive after 7am, expect to park pretty far back. However if you are come around 715-730 and are willing to wait, you'll catch closer spots with night shifters leaving. There is a shuttle that runs about every 10-15 minutes with a few covered waiting areas throughout the parking lots.

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Having to do the job of three employees and when you ask for help it counts against the employee.

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Dress professionally. Be ready to accept ways to improve yourself.

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I worked there in the 90's so it's tough to say how it is now. The benefits were the best and lowest cost I ever had, we saw Mayo Dr's for everything at no cost back then.

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