I applied through college or university and the process took 7 weeks - interviewed at Meditech in May 2012.
Interview Details – 1. Submitted my resume, transcript, and Meditech general application to my college's career center for an On-Campus interview.
2. Heard back within a few days and scheduled an On-Campus interview with a Recruiter at the end of the following week. Recruiter was professional and asked general interview questions. Explained the position in some detail and the company culture.
3. Heard back 1.5-2 weeks later and scheduled an interview with a Group/Panel at their Framingham office. Met with a group of three people (who will be my supervisors/managers) and conducted a 10-15 PowerPoint presentation on any healthcare-related topic. (The topic is no so much the focus as your ability to give an informative and clear presentation.) Following the presentation they asked more specific question in relation to my resume experiences. One of the managers went into GREAT depth about the position and the company--travel, software basics. Following this, I was instructed to write a paragraph about my expectations of the job and the reasons why I would be a good fit.
4. Two weeks later I called to check-in and was told that my paperwork had went to the Hiring Groups and that there were conducting final interviews. I was told I should hear back within a week.
5. Called back the following week and was told that the Hiring Group was making their final decisions and that I would hear back the following week.
6. Called the next week and left a message with my case manager. She returned my call later that day and offered me the job.
Very long process--but if Meditech is where you want to be, it's worth it. They want to know you are willing to stick with the process and check-in periodically (The same way they would expect you to treat a client.)
Negotiation Details – Offer was given via phone with a formal offer mailed the following week. They are upfront about the starting salary, benefits, travel, and hours from the first interview--so there should be no surprise at their offer. No negotiation, I took the offer verbally.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Meditech in March 2012.
Interview Details – Overall, while Meditech is a nice company, the HR representative meeting me was late and the interview only took around 20 minutes, to which I was handed a skills test. It was not that hard, but once I was done, I was informed that it would be around 2-3 weeks to get a response. But, I received a letter that I had been rejected 2 days later.
Interview Question – How would you deal with a difficult customer? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Meditech in March 2012.
Interview Details – Phone interview going over basic details of the position. Then requested to come into office for a 1:1 interview which consisted of basic-type questions. She runs through your resume and asks how you respond to challenges, work in group settings, etc. At the end of interview, you are given an IQ test which has basic logic/math problems. One example is unscrambling a word. You are also given a short writing assignment, ie. write about your favorite book or movie or dream vacation. A week later, invited to proceed to next round which consisted of a 10 minute presentation on anything relating to health. Powerpoint is allowed. Supervisor and another manager sit in on presentation and then ask followup questions on resume. Week later invited to the third and final round to meet with department director.
Interview Question – How do you respond when you are presenting and someone asks you a question that you don't know the answer to? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No Negotiation. Starting salaries range from 35-42k, but the 40-42k range is designated for registered nurses and other people with professional degrees.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Meditech in March 2012.
Interview Details – Initial interview was with someone from recruiting. We met for a while. He was very nice and answered all of my questions. We reviewed my transcript, resume, and references. I took a short test and had to write a paragraph. Second interview took a month to be scheduled - had to prepare a presentation on any medical topic (10-15 min long). Found out the next day that I would be scheduling a third interview which is coming up later this month.
The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Meditech in February 2012.
Interview Details – The hiring process started with an initial getting to know you interview. This could have been done over the phone because it was pretty basic. They wanted to make sure I was a good fit for the company and discussed different roles I might be a good fit for. They only hire entry level employees.
Interview Question – Asked to complete a test plan. View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
The process took a day - interviewed at Meditech in January 2012.
Interview Details – Everything went good. Nice place and nice people. I was impressed with the company office and the staff. I am not sure if that was my personal feeling, but after a great interview with the interviewer, the front desk ladies were not welcoming me. Not that nice even know they tried to hide it.
Anyway, I was trying to apply for a position that I not really familiar with, but the interviewer contact me because of my programming skill i mentioned in my resume. Even know i do have prograaming skills, i do not see myself as a great programmer. I see myself as a good IT/Networking/Server management/Web design guy.
I don't know why it did not work, but I was pretty sure that most of the questions and information i provided fitted the position. May be the company found someone more qualified that me. After all it was a great moment and i do not regret trying.
Interview Question – How do you see yourself in 10 to 20 years? Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Meditech in October 2011.
Interview Details – Received a phone call from someone in the Recruiting department basically saying that they received my inquiry about the job and asked me a couple questions about what I knew about Meditech. Make sure to go to their website before they call you and read up on what they do here at Meditech. It's basically an initial interview and if it seems like you don't know anything about what they do, they won't even give you a one on one interview. They are really nice people here at the office from the initial interview all the way until you finally get to sit behind your desk.
Interview Question – How do you see yourself fitting into the job you applied for in Meditech? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, I took their first offer as soon as I received it.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Meditech in December 2011.
Interview Details – Was called by HR recruiter. Had 1:1 first interview. Got a call back for 2nd interview had to give a presentation. Waited about 4 weeks for an answer
Interview Question – Why you? and, Why Meditech? Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Meditech in April 2011.
Interview Details – Submitted resume to job fair that Meditech had a stand for.
A recruiter called me after a week or so to arrange an interview.
Interview was with a HR Recruiter, very friendly, and questions focused mainly on what you did in college, and relevant college/intern experiences. Mainly to see if you can work in a team and individually, also to see your personality.
Then was followed by 10 easy math/English vocab questions including descrambling words, one long answer essay (Critique a restaurant you went to), one short answer paragraph (If you were working in a cafe and 3 customers came in at the same time...etc), and a long answer essay that tested your ability to analyze and be creative.
Waited around a week and a half or two weeks and was called for a second interview with two supervisors (not at the same time), be prepared to take notes as they will give you a presentation and you will be tested on it.
Waited around a week and was called for third and last interview with two same supervisors, a manager (at the same time), and a director who popped in for a very short chat.
Called after a week and a half and received offer.
Interview Question – Why would you be suited to this position? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Attempted to negotiate with the recruiter but was very unsuccessful: because new hires spend a minimum of 6 months in training. Company benefits increase the longer the employee works there.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Meditech in September 2011.
Interview Details – First interview was easy with recruiter. Second was with who would be your direct supervisor. Thought for sure I got the job but never head back, no rejection letter. They are big on making sure you are planning on sticking around since a lot of employees leave because of their crap pay.
Interview Question – Why meditech? Answer Question
Pros: “-Healthcare seems to be a pro. This was my first job so I don't know if this is amazing or just above normal. (pays for 90% of premium) -Possible to meet a few new friends during…” “-Healthcare seems to be a pro. This was my first job so I don't know if this is amazing or just above normal. (pays for 90% of premium) -Possible to meet a few new friends during trainings/orientation -Free parking lot/garages -Free coffee -5 cent sodas (technically free bc the 5 cent deposit can be reclaimed by recycling) -I heard it was low stress...but that may just be outside of Development, which I was not. -Annual bonus adds up over time.(usually 3-5% of your last 5 years income combined) -Geared towards long term employee, financially. -Work/life balance is good. Vaca time was always approved within a day or less after submitting. -onsite gym facility (very very small though) -Huge company picnic (I declined to go)” – Full Review
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