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UCLA Health Interview Questions & Reviews in Los Angeles, CA

Updated Jun 30, 2014
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Senior Administrative Analyst Interview

Senior Administrative Analyst
Los Angeles, CA

I applied online and interviewed at UCLA Health.

Interview Details – I received an email requesting an interview; they provided one day with three times. Immediately, I responded with my available time. The day before the interview, I received an email stating they needed to reschedule due to an emergency. I came a week later. The interview was very informal. I met with one person in her office for approximately 20 mins; she was very friendly, asked general questions about my background and gave me details about the position. Then I interviewed with someone else. She was also friendly and the questions were basically the same. Overall, the interview went well besides asking me if I had any children. I won't know for another month their decision, but I'm assuming since I answered honestly that I probably won't get an offer.

Interview Question – I interviewed with two people separately and both asked me if I had children. I answered honestly, but thought it was completely innappropriate.   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Budget Analyst Interview

Budget Analyst
Los Angeles, CA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at UCLA Health in January 2012.

Interview Details – Initially, the prospective department calls you to schedule a group interview. After successful completion, they call once again for a 1:1 in person interview to meet with the principal investigator (PI). If you are selected for the position, the lab manager calls you within the week. The process usually takes around 1-2 weeks.

Interview Question – Nothing too difficult. Since it's an office job they want to make sure you are smart, flexible and likeable.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – After going through 2 interview rounds, the lab manager called regarding the job offer.


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Lab Assistant II Interview

Lab Assistant II
Los Angeles, CA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at UCLA Health in November 2010.

Interview Details – 2 parts of interview

first part was done by HR of the dept, then 2nd part was done by PI and post docs. it went pretty well.

Interview Question – how do you cope with stress?   Answer Question


Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Easy Interview

Principal Trainer EHR Interview

Principal Trainer EHR
Los Angeles, CA

I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at UCLA Health in August 2011.

Interview Details – You will be submitted to a committee via the HR Department. Many recruiting vendors are submitting candidates.

Interview Question – Depending on which part of the project you are being hired to work, you must be able to speak accurately to past writings, trainings, and actual processes in the software.   View Answer

Negotiation Details – Standard process - we both had a mutual number and came to terms quickly. I was hired the following day and then the longer process was the background check, health check, and verifying my certifications.


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No Offer

Negative Experience

Average Interview

Executive Director Interview

Executive Director
Los Angeles, CA

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at UCLA Health in April 2011.

Interview Details – A panel interview. There were 8 interviewers. Mostly went over my background, the position itself.

Interview Question – The question was simple. Tell me about yourself? Why do you want to change your job?   View Answer


No Offer

Negative Experience

Very Easy Interview

Temporary Data Entry Position Interview

Temporary Data Entry Position
Los Angeles, CA

I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at UCLA Health in August 2012.

Interview Details – Hospital Employee Labor Pool, aka H.E.L.P.staffs.com, posted an ad on Craigslist. Recruiter had me take an online data entry test, the results of which I emailed back to her. Two weeks later, an interview date was set for the following day at the offices of UCLA Health System, Faculty Practice Group.

My interviewer at UCLA Health System, Faculty Practice Group was wearing jeans.She read from a 3 page script which I could clearly see. She skipped over some questions and scribbled my responses hurriedly and illegibly. My travel time to get to this interview was longer than the actual interview, which was a mere 10 minutes tops. I wasn't asked if I had any questions, nor did she bother bother to remind me to see the receptionist for validation. I don't expect the courtesy of a call one way or another from either the agency or UCLA.

While I found the interviewer rude, inconsiderate, and unprofessional, I was glad she didn't prolong the process. It was a waste of gas and a waste of time. I don't know why an interview was set up with someone who clearly didn't want to conduct one.

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Accepted Offer

Positive Experience

Average Interview

Technical Interview

Technical
Los Angeles, CA

I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at UCLA Health in February 2012.

Interview Details – Panel interview, One on One and more one on one

Interview Questions


No Offer

Neutral Experience

Average Interview

Office Clerk Interview

Office Clerk
Los Angeles, CA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at UCLA Health in June 2011.

Interview Details – Lady was kind and nice but I did not like the process.

Interview Question – What leadership role do you find yourself most comfortable in?   Answer Question

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