Interview was extensive. Should only be the onboard candidates. Overall experience was good
Answered - Project Lead/Senior Business Analyst/QA Manager (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
Interview process was okay, they asked general interview questions, went over your application information.
Answered - Medicaid Eligibility Specialist (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
They hire anyone
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Interview questions can be based on past job performance, task demonstrations, in-basket and/or proficiency tasks, and skills tests.
Answered - OIG Investigator VI (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
It was and has always been a wonderful experience.
Answered - Senior Health Plan Management Specialist (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
Low-key procedure, with questions about skills and how these will fit into the new job. Questions about one's expectations and objectives.
Answered - File Clerk/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Childress, TX
The interview process relatively simple.
Answered - Regional Electronic Benefits Program Specialist (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Cronyism-based. They hire from within frequently, so fresh ideas aren't abundant. Top leadership is an exception to this; they're recruited from around the country sometimes. It's generally a stepping stone for them to something else.
Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
Short testing. easy interview process.
Answered - Texas Works Advisor I (Current Employee) - Houston, TX