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What is the interview process like?


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I had a phone screening, then phone interview, then a face-to face interview at both practices. The interview at the practices included the practice manager, medical director, case management supervisor, and case management director. Then I had to shadow a current care manager and complete a writing sample.

Answered - Care Manager (Current Employee) - Care Manager, North Carolina

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Intense. I went into the interview and 6 managers were in the room with me. I was very nervous. However, everyone was very friendly and once it started I kind of relaxed.

Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - High Point, NC

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Stressful, confusing, shadowing approach overwhelming for limited or no experienced individuals in the nursing field

Answered - Clinical support technician I/II (Former Employee) - Chapel Hill, NC

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The 3 part interview was professional and the staff was pleasant

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Chapel Hill, NC

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Interview process can be a challenge sometime tricky because they want to chose the best fit for the position and you want to be who the chose because you need that job.

Answered - Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Chapel Hill, NC 27514

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Round table interview process, these type of interviews tend to make you nervous. Although, if you are familiar with this type of interview process it can be rewarding by becoming comfortable during the process.

Answered - Unit Secretary (Current Employee) - High Point, NC

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Interview process was interesting based on the fact that the hiring managers and professionals did most of the talking. I did not feel that they were getting to know me and my skills.

Answered - Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Morrisville, NC

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Completely misleading, job description given during interview is no where near what you'll actually be doing.


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Behavioral Based Interview

Answered - Health Unit Coordinator (Current Employee) - Chapel Hill, NC

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