Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Interview Questions & Reviews
Getting an Interview
Human Resources Intern Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in April 2014.
Interview Details – Applied online, about three weeks later got an email for a phone interview. Phone interview was about 20 minutes, basic behavioral questions, during the phone interview got invited to come in for an in person interview the following week. Met with three different members of HR team and basically walked through my resume, asked me questions about my past experiences. They left to discuss and then offered me the job. .
Interview Question – In-person interview had no hard questions. Phone interview- "tell me about a time you consider a success..etc." Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Originally, it was only supposed to be part-time, but I was able to negotiate for full-time for first two months.
Summer Aide Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in March 2010.
Interview Details – Met an interviewer at a campus career fair and described my career interests. She told me about the summer aide program and suggested I apply. After filling out an online application, I was contacted by phone for a phone interview at that time (rather than to schedule a phone interview). She asked a few simple questions about career goals and interest in working with children. I took her email in case I thought of further questions, and continued some email correspondence. They notified me that I had been offered a position in a certain department approximately a week later than the notification date, and that I was asked to accept or decline the offer within two days.
Interview Question – What experience do you have in the healthcare system? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There wasn't any salary negotiation. However, I would suggest that those who are considering an offer ask for their manager's name and try to talk to them directly about what the job would consist of, as they would know more of what goes on in the individual departments than those in HR (as wonderful and helpful as they are in the process).