Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Cerner in June 2014.
Had a phone interview that went well. The following week I traveled to Kansas City to go to an in-person interview. The interview was with three different people back to back. It was almost 3 hours long. Overall, very intense interview.
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Reasons for Declining
The environment seemed very stiff and I did not feel like I would enjoy working there. Plus, I have heard horror stories from past employees on how they work you like a dog.
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Cerner (Kansas City, MO).
I had an initial campus interview at my school. They let you know that day/next day if you will be going to Kansas City for experience Cerner day and additional interviews. The interviews at WHQ in Kansas City were fine. They seemed to be more about personal interaction and teamwork, so have good examples of that. Then they will offer you the role within a few weeks, and you have to accept or decline in two weeks.
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No negotiation, standard pay for college graduate entry-level.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Cerner (Kansas City, MO) in January 2010.
My initial interview was as a result of talking to a recruiter at a job fair in college. I then went through two rounds of interviews at my school before doing a final interview at the Company's main campus in Kansas City.
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They call you to set up a time for the phone interview. Phone interview is basically them asking situation questions. If they like you at that point, they will invite you for an in person interview.
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