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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Acadia Healthcare (Franklin, TN) in July 2015.
Great interview process. Met with the hiring manager and then with management team. Impressed with everyone I came in contact with. Everyone was happy with company and their work. Impressive work stations and offices.
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I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Acadia Healthcare (Louisville, TN) in January 2012.
I saw an ad online for openings, decided to go there and fill out an application. There were multiple other people applying that day. I gave my application to the secretary and had only intended on turning it in & leaving to see if they'd call. She asked if I had a few mins & that someone could talk to me today. The Interviewer I saw was very nice, saw that I had been at my previous job for a long time, but didn't really ask me too many questions. I was very surprised when she said, "so when can you start?. I told her 2-3 wks & she gave me a urinalysis form to go take the pre-employment screening. I havn't started the training yet, not sure if there's high turnover or why they were hiring so many people that day. I'm hoping for the best.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Acadia Healthcare (Charlestown, IN) in January 2011.
Normal interview process - usually with more than one member of management team. They like to pretend they really care who they hire so you'll have two or three interviews.
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