The process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Kaiser Permanente in December 2009.
Interview Details – The process began with an initial phone interview with the recruiter, followed by two in-person interviews (one with staff and another with management), and a final phone interview with the director of the department. The interview process lasted about a month.
The team at Kaiser was very nice. Everyone seemed to really enjoy working there. I left my interviews with the impression that they were looking for candidates that were excited about Kaiser's mission, friendly, and competent.
Reason for Declining – I accepted an offer from another company.
At Kaiser Permanente, we stand for health. Yours. Ours. Everyone’s. That means we advocate the well-being of people and their parts—like hips and hearts, for instance. And to better serve those parts, we study them. In… — Full Overview
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