Kaiser Permanente Director Project Management Office Interview Questions

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    Director, Project Management Office Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Rockville, MD
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Kaiser Permanente (Rockville, MD) in February 2010.

    Interview

    Initially I requested an informational interview about a new job in a new department, wanting to know more about the function of both. I had a one on one interview that was very nice and respectful. I then had a formal interview, and was very open about the areas in which I excelled, as well as the areas where I might need further training, etc. I felt like I had a chance at the job and continued in the pool. I was called back for a second job in the same department, with different functions, but found out that I was technically not eligible because I had received a promotion into my current job within the company within 6 months of time. You are obligated to stay in a position for 6 months after you get a promotion. I think there were other higher qualified people who had been interviewed, and this gave HR an easy out to eliminate me from the pool, though this rule is apparently very rarely broken.

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    • If you were brough on board, how would you expect the manager to bring you up to speed in the department, so you could perform the duties as you understand them?   1 Answer
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