The interview was very relaxed yet professional. I was told everything about the department, and staff, as well the direction the department is moving in. One of the most comfortable interviews I've ever been on.
It was pretty easy and simple for me. I received a email to see if I was still interested in the position. Then I was called by a recruiter to set up a interview. After the first interview I was set up for a second interview with the director and head of department. They ask basic questions about yourself and experience and they pretty much let me know then that they liked me for the position. The HR department contacted me within a week with job offer and onboarding process.
It seems like it takes forever to get a response from HR & then when they do respond the hold up is then with the hiring manager.
Absolutely horrible, applying for job postings on your website is next to impossible. Your HR department is nonexistent.
It seems the staff there can only say. DO IT ON LINE!!!!
Unorganized, inconsiderable, poor time management....Recruiters claim to have impressive resumes and experience for recruiting in the health care industry. Most of the recruiters do not have adequate experience to conduct screening processes for potential candidates. This is the main reason why the hiring process is so long. Having the experience of working in both clinical and non clinical roles for the past 6 years, the recruiters do not ask enough work related questions. I have attempted to transfer on numerous occasions and recruiters have been slow to respond and rarely follow up via email or phone.
Is the interview for a patient access representative hard? What kind of questions are asked?
I had an interview with the nurse manager and nurse director of the nursing deptartment. They ask behavioral questions. They told me t went well and felt like I was a good fit but I didn't hear anything else after that. The offered me $43.00 an hour for a night shift position.
Grate understanding people
Answered - Room Service Server (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
They have an interview panel and there's at least 2 interviews u have to do
Answered - Respiratory Therapist RRT II (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
It was very simple and straight forward
Answered - Clinical Coordinator RN - Pediatric (Current Employee) - Houston, TX