I applied through other source and interviewed at Kaiser Permanente.
Interview Details – Gained a lot of knowledge and experience from externship with this facility. I received a great student evaluation. Finding out it is very difficult to get hired. Have to wait till job is posted on line then apply. Upper management is in charge of hiring not individual departments
Interview Question – I do not have a difficult or unexpected question at this time View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiation phase. I was told to apply when job is offered online.
I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Kaiser Permanente in February 2008.
Interview Details – well my story is a little different then everyone else (maybe).... okay my interview was during the mid-day, you have no idea i was so excited. So i got there like 30mins to 45mins early so i decided to waiting in the car until about 20 mins before my interview started i got there and asked the security three in the front were the conference rooms were. they told me that it was one the 4th floor in A3 so i go up there and im already to answer all the questions i knew it was going to be a panel interview so i was kinda nerves about that already. So im waiting and waiting and waiting it gets down to me the lady comes out after about 10-11 mins of already waiting and says, " what are you here for", i responded, " im here for a interview for the admitting position" she the stated, " this is not the admitting interview, sorry", right there i was sweating bullets and crapping on myself.. im like omg what im i support to do??? so i go back down to where the security were on the first floor i got security people asking all there supervisor and stuff where i am suppose to go. the next thing that happened i here thesupervisor say its in Deer Valley well the main hospital is called Sand Creek so already im late dont know what to do i get escorted back to where im suppose to be at and my new current boss and a panel of people were just looking at me and im already going crazy so i get in there do my interview and walk out a Kaiser Employee... YES
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