Project Chesapeake
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Interviews at Project Chesapeake

Here’s what others thought about the interview process at Project Chesapeake.

Interview experience

Based on 12 interviews
Average

Interview difficulty

Based on 12 interviews
Medium

Interview process length

Based on 12 interviews
About a day or two

Interview process at Project Chesapeake

Overall experience

On a scale of 1-10 where 1 is Poor and 10 is Excellent, rating is 5.

On a scale of 1-10 where 1 is Easy and 10 is Difficult, rating is 4.

Interview process length
About a day or two
42%
About a week
33%
About a month
17%
About two weeks
8%
More than one month
0%
Most reported steps
On-site interview
83%
Phone call/screening
58%
Background check
42%
Drug test
33%
Problem solving exercises
8%
Least reported steps
Group interview
0%
Presentation
0%
Other
0%

What candidates say about the interview process at Project Chesapeake

  • The recruiter and HR people are very nice.
    Shared on September 11, 2019 - Manager - Annapolis, MD
  • A few question that may have been accessed via google.com
    Shared on March 21, 2019 - Chemical Dependency Counselor - Waldorf, MD
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Interview questions at Project Chesapeake

Commonly asked questions, as reported by candidates

  • None no questions, really was never formally interviewed.
    Shared on October 11, 2019 - /Therapist & Addictions Group Facilitator - Elkton, MD
  • I specifically asked them if there was anything that I would be asked to , such as direct services. They weren't honest at all.
    Shared on September 11, 2019 - Manager - Annapolis, MD

Interview tips at Project Chesapeake

Dress code for the interview
  • Business casual (e.g. dress slacks)77%
  • Formal (business suit)8%
  • Casual (t-shirt and jeans)8%
  • They didn’t have a dress code7%
  • Special outfit (e.g. protective gear)0%

What advice do candidates give for interviewing at Project Chesapeake

  • If your motives for practicing in this field are ethically driven, this may not be the place for you. If you are profit of money driven, you may find your'e a great fit.
    Shared on February 27, 2020 - Addictions counselor - Waldorf, MD
  • Ask questions and understand the expectations that come with your job title.
    Shared on January 20, 2020 - Corporate Employee - Annapolis, MD
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