I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at AMN Healthcare in July 2012.
Interview Details – Very friendly. Made me want to work here when I was on the fence prior.
Interview Question – None. The interview was conversational so they did not throw in random "interview" questions to challenge me. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Easy, they offered and I accepted. I wanted the opportunity to work with the team.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at AMN Healthcare.
Interview Details – I was contacted through an outside recruiter. Initially a phone interview was scheduled and then I went in for the actual interview with the person who became my boss. Within two days I was contacted by there HR department to schedule a start date. Once hired we had an employee orientation (there were approximately 25 people present) just to go over benefits and new hire paper work.
Interview Question – Tell me something you are proud of in your work experience that you accomplished. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – It was a set rate. I did not try to negotiate.
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at AMN Healthcare in October 2013.
Interview Details – Initial phone interview, outlining experience, with some situational questions.
Online "test". One of those behavioral agree/disagree.
Second interview was an in person panel interview, lengthy, almost entirely situational.
Third interview was again a panel interview, but with a lot more personal questions mixed in.
Not the usual cookie cutter questions, you definitely have to think on your feet.
Interview Question – Not verbatim, but they asked about a mistake that I made that I would not have changed. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at AMN Healthcare in April 2013.
Interview Details – Had interview , week later was offered the position
Interview Question – Not really normal questions.. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None they do not nego. at all
The process took 2 days - interviewed at AMN Healthcare.
Interview Details – The process is very simple and quick. I spoke to a recruiter and gave him details on what settings I'm interested in and what my background offered (He had my resume). He found some opportunities for me, and I had gone through some phone interviews. I did not accept the first two jobs I interviewed for and had offers for. I did accept the third job since I felt like it would be a great opportunity. Then I had to fill out a skills checklist, and a bunch of paperwork that would take a couple of hours to fill.
Interview Question – The recruiter did not ask me any difficulty or unexpected questions. But one of the facilities asked specifically how a certain type of modality worked. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at AMN Healthcare in June 2013.
Interview Details – Got a call from a recruiter recently and we did a phone interview. The phone interview went well so she said she would call me on a specific day which was two days away to set up an in person interview . Well that day came and I didn't hear from her a couple more days had passed and I still not heard from her so i decided to call her and leave a messge. I am not sure what happened there because we must of talked on the phone for at least 30 mins and she said she liked me so it's odd. Wondering if any one else have experienced this? Do recruiters usuallly say they will call one day and then it takes a few days before they set the in person interview?
Interview Question – It was a phone interview and bascally it was going over my resume and the job description. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at AMN Healthcare.
Interview Details – Interview held in their headquarters in Del Mar. High traffic area, the 56 can be a pain so come early. Parking was not too bad, they have their own parking structure.
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The office is very nice and has a gym and cafe. From the floor I was on, it appears as though everyone is designated a cubicle. The staff seems very friendly.
Interview Question – There was a situational question... I have no idea if I answered it correctly or not. But I am guessing it is to gauge your judgement and prioritizing capabilities. Answer Question
Interviewed at AMN Healthcare
Interview Details – lied to about what the job was, the hospital was lied to about my qualifications. It was until I spoke directly with the hospital we discovered the inconsistencies in what we were both looking for. Promised the world, then had them back pedal like crazy, "lost paperwork"
Interview Question – Why didn't you get that in writing if you believe that's what someone told you? View Answer
Reason for Declining – Because I did not want to work for this company again and because multiple times they were offers for jobs completely outside of my specialty. I was told by AMN, "you're a nurse, you could figure it out" when referring to working on a cardiac floor as an infusion nurse.
I applied through other source and the process took 2 months - interviewed at AMN Healthcare.
Interview Details – Well done meeting with several senior executives however the company was much smaller so the process did not drag out as can sometimes happen with larger less nimble companies.
Negotiation Details – Great. I was offered more the job was expected to pay.
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