Probably because by the time you get your first alert you will more than likely have a couple years experience under your belt.
I have approx. 19 years of experience as an O.R., R.N. but it's not current. I stopped working about 20 years ago to raise my family. I still believe my past experience is relevant. Would I still be a candidate to be accepted by Medely?
If you don't have current credentials that could be problematic. I would say work to get your RN license again or take LVN certification till you can get your RN license up to date.
Been working in healthcare for the past 21 years so no credentials will make it hard regardless of your experience.
After the first interview, in how long they will contact you and or let you know if you qualified for second interview?
I had to chat online, leave two voicemails and send an email, because it was a job I really wanted and I needed to accept another position if Medely wasn’t planning to hire me. Three weeks after my interview I received an email that I did not receive the position. ...