Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Sunrise Senior Living
- Care Manager (21)
- Executive Director (11)
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- Care Giver (6)
- Reminiscence Care Manager (5)
- Reminiscence Coordinator (4)
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- Wellness Nurse (4)
- Activities Assistant (4)
- Life Enrichment Manager (3)
- Director of Community Relations (2)
- Lead Care Manager (2)
- Assisted Living Coordinator (2)
- Activity and Volunteer Coordinator (2)
- Certified Care Manager (1)
- Licensed Practical Nurse - Medication Care Manager (1)
- LVN Medication Care Manager (1)
- Licensed Practical Nurse Wellness Nurse (1)
- Volunteer and Activities Coordinator (1)
- Quality of Life Manager (1)
- Server (1)
- Business Office Coordinator (1)
- Marketing (1)
- Administrative Assistant (1)
- Sales (1)
- LVN (1)
- Director (1)
- Open (1)
- Resident Care Coordinator (1)
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Helpful (2)No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living (Plymouth, MI) in April 2015.
Phone "pre-interview" then an on-line personality test.
I hate it when companies do not get back to you to let you know either way. I understand that decisions take time, but at least do the courtesy of an occasional email update during the process, or advise if the candidate is out of the running... Or at least respond to follow up emails. I understand that saying "you didn't get the job" is an uncomfortable conversation, but leaving someone hanging is just rude.
Not sure I would want to work for a company that is that discourteous to potential employees.
- asked all of the "basic/canned" interview questions... why are you looking for a job, what do you look for in an employer, etc. 1 Answer
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living.
Group interview followed a written application form submitted during the session. Mostly introductory and general info shared among a host of various job applicants for different positions. Not very specific to particular jobs we were applying for.
- Our background in brief. 1 Answer
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living (Chicago, IL) in February 2015.
Applied online. Had 1:1 interview then phone interview. The 1:1 interview went very well. Unsure of phone interview which came after the 1:1 interview. Did not hear anything after that.
- Why do you want to work here? Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living (Rancho Cucamonga, CA) in January 2015.
There were about 30 people that showed up for the interview. We were split up into two groups. It was a very laid back interview, just very strange with so many other people in the same room interviewing for the same job. The starting pay was only 14.00 an hour.
- What adult family member had the most impact on you when you were growing up? How? Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living in December 2014.
Went to a group interview after being invited by the Administrator received my resume. Was told I would hear back in a week. Was called in 10 minutes for an interview at another location. Went to the location on the day and time they told me to. Everyone was surprised and caught off guard that I appeared. The Manager was not there for the prearranged interview. I observed for a few minutes then left. Epic fail! Not impressed.
- Why are you here today? 1 Answer
- No Offer
I've had a phone interview on two separate occasions for the position of executive director with Sunrise Senior Living. I was contacted on both occasions by the recruiter for the company though my linkedin profile.
- The phone interview process was underwhelming. No hard questions to answer. More focused on summarizing your resume. Answer Question
- No Offer
I had a very horrible interview experience but I can't even call it that since it ended before it even began. I was told by phone that interviews were conducted once a week in a group. So I arrived at the scheduled day and time for this so-called group interview. When I arrived the front door entrance was jammed. I waited 5 minutes outside for someone to let me in. I had a bad feeling about how the rest of my time there would proceed, rightfully so. When I checked in with front reception, I sat down and waited patiently for 35 minutes passed by scheduled interview time. After waiting patiently for 35 minutes in the lobby, the director came and told me that the person supposed to interview me was not here and that she didn't know she was interviewing someone. She then proceeded and wanted to interview me in the lobby. In my head I'm like, really lady??? Is this professional??? So I politely asked her if their is an office we can go to and discuss the position in private. We then proceeded to an office. First thing she asked me is what hours I'm looking for. I said weekdays as I work on the weekend. She then says we don't have anything available on the weekdays and she can't help me out. I'm like the job ad didn't mention anything about what hours you were looking for, all it said was for a part-time position. Why don't they tell you this before so you don't waste your time and gas going there??? At that point I honestly didn't even want the job. I got a bad impression of how they treat their employees. Most likely they treat them like dirt. Overall I spent an hour traveling and my time wasted in preparing and waiting in the lobby for nothing. They have a horrible organization. I personally would not recommend any of my friends to work there. They probably pay like crap as well. Corporate will sure be hearing from me. I want my gas money!
- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living (Baltimore, MD) in July 2014.
They do a group interview first, which is nice because it's not so scary. If they like you they call you back. For the call back it was me and two other people asking me questions. Questions where about me and the job and how well could I do at the job. Stuff like that. Then they offered me to shadow to make sure that this was what I wanted, which was nice. I went back to shadow, but I didn't care for the job.
- What where some of your previous jobs? 1 Answer
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living (Atlanta, GA) in June 2014.
Slow. Nobody showed to interview me. Impossible to hear back, finally found out what happened aka weird excuses months later after taking a different job. Trouble imagining what working there would be like after feeling like I'd been put through the ringer during the interview process.
- situations Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Sunrise Senior Living in June 2014.
I applied on line in response to a web posting. I received an e-mail within a few days asking to set up an interview time. The e-mail allowed me to choose a slot for the phone interview. I received a confirmation for the phone interview time. Interviewee was located in another state and was employed by the company. The interviewer had previously worked for the company in another position for more than 5 years. The interview was approx. 45 minutes in length and included several open ended questions regarding how I had dealt with certain challenges and problems in the past. The interviewer was very open about the process . Following the interview I was sent a Pi questionnaire to complete on line. The next day I received an opportunity to meet with a Regional Director for the facility with the job opening. The interview was held at another facility and I met with the Regional Director for approximately 45 minutes. The regional director was friendly but did not seem really interested in discussion of how I might utilize my experience in the Sunrise setting.
- What have I done in my experience with regard to development of financial planning within the facility context. Answer Question
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