Pro Case Management
Pro Case Management Interview Questions & Reviews
Getting an Interview
Registered Nurse Interview (Positive Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Pro Case Management in May 2013.
Interview Details – First of all, I had never heard of PCM prior to 2013. Healthcare is a galaxy of hospital groups and foundations. But, there are opportunities for companies to find a niche while not being brick-and-mortar. I think PCM has found such a niche. One of the groups they take care of is "Cold War Heroes". These group of people, who may not have served in the Armed Forces, still have done their country well in the nuclear and uranium industries in the quarter century after WWII. My interview process was pretty straightforward. Because it was an out-of-state situation, a lot of phone calls were made back and forth. I find it impressive that while all my interviewers were in different states, they corresponded with me and each other very well. Doing in my due diligence in following up was also instrumental in me getting the job.
Interview Question – For me, it was a simple one - "Why do I want this job?" Anytime honesty is brought up like that, it kind of makes you think a little. My response was though this is a PRN position, it is something that means something personal to me taking care of these particular patients who are unsung heroes in their own right and deserve the best. I have worked in the nuclear industry before and it has been a true thing of pride taking care of these group of people Answer Question
Negotiation Details – For me, a negotiation was not necessary because PCM has set rates for their healthcare employees
Registered Nurse Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Pro Case Management in May 2010.
Interview Details – The interview process starts with an interview conducted by their healthcare recruiter and if you pass that step you go on to being intereviewed by a Human Resources person that is also an RN.
Interview Question – They will ask about your clinical experience, and their is a examination that you must take to confirm some of your nursing skills. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They have standard rates of pay so there was no negiotiation.