Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Brookdale Senior Living
- Executive Director (13)
- Resident Assistant (5)
- Health and Wellness Director (5)
- Sales and Marketing Manager (4)
- CNA (4)
- Sales Counselor (4)
- Cook (3)
- Server (3)
- Licensed Practical Nurse (3)
- Marketing Coordinator (3)
- Resident Care Associate (3)
- Registered Nurse (3)
- Receptionist (2)
- Certified Nursing Assistant (2)
- Wellness Nurse (2)
- Director of Health and Wellness (2)
- Concierge (2)
- Nurse (2)
- Director of Dining Services (2)
- Occupational Therapist (2)
- LVN (2)
- Front Desk (2)
- Scheduler (2)
- Sous Chef (2)
- Staff Development Coordinator (1)
- Staff Nurse (1)
- RN (1)
- RN Case Manager (1)
- Maintenance Tech (1)
- Occupational Therapy Assistant (1)
Health and Wellness Director Interview
I met with ED and Regional Nurse in person. That was then followed up with a phone interview with regional hr representative. Met with the ED again to discuss the details of the position and then I accepted the offer.
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Other Interview Reviews for Brookdale Senior Living
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I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Brookdale Senior Living (Denver, CO) in September 2012.
Hiring process was slow, but encouraging Interviewed with several clinical directors including the regional and divisional director and the executive director of the building. Hiring process was very smooth and the only hold ups were due to back-ground checks and physicals. This was not surprising and very common with and role d/t the clinical aspect of the job.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Brookdale Senior Living (Lakewood, CO) in September 2010.
I applied online. I had an initial phone interview with a company recruiter. I then received a call from a regional corporate nurse, and interviewed with her. After that, i had an interview with the community's Executive Director.
I was asked to take a battery of tests online - personality, basic skills and reasoning tests, etc.
I was then asked to come back to the community, and meet with the other community managers - the Clare Bridge Coordinator, Maintenance Director, Resident Care Coordinator, and anyone else that cared to make an appointment to interview me.
After I accepted the job offer, I submitted to a background check and a drug test.
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I applied in-person – interviewed at Brookdale Senior Living in March 2009.
I applied to an ad in the paper. I was given an application to fill out and toured the building speaking to the administrative assistant. I was next called by the RN case manager for an interview. We spoke at length for about an hour. That went quite well. The next interview was a phone interview with the RDO. We were both from the same home state, so that gave us common ground to talk about and we knew some common areas. The last interview was with the Staffer. I didnt hear from anyone for about a month. Then I got a call with a job offer and a salary. My current job topped the salary offered and then Brookdale upped theirs and I took the job. I havent regretted it.
- Why are you applying for a job that you have no experience in? 1 Answer
They offered and my current employer raised my salary, then Brookdale upped theirs and I accepted the job.