I applied online and interviewed at American Hospital Association.
Interview Details –
I received the following email today:
"Thank you again for applying for the Sr. Communications Specialist. Given the date you applied we may or may not have reviewed your resume. We wish to inform you that we have currently filled the Sr. Communications Specialist position.
Best wishes with your job search and we hope you will consider future employment with the American Hospital Association. Please feel free to review current Job Opportunities on the aha.org website.
American Hospital Association"
I can't believe they would send something out like this. I find it to be really lazy and unprofessional. And the insinuation that "based on when I applied" my resume wasn't even reviewed, as if the fault laid with me in responding to their vacancy announcement. (I applied when they first advertised the position).
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at American Hospital Association in August 2012.
Interview Details – There was an initial phone interview where they asked about previous experience and how it would help me in this role. A few days later, there was an in-person interview/presentation in front of a group of people (about 5). They asked some questions for clarification and about experience. They seemed nice and very interested.
Interview Question – I was asked if I would rather work in health administration since this is what I received my masters in. Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at American Hospital Association in October 2011.
Interview Details – Had to make a presentation to peers, manager and HR. The questions asked were very relevant, and people seemed nice.
Interview Question – Program management question relating to the implementation of a program at a healthcare facility, such as how do you work with leaders that do not support the program. Answer Question
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