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I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Universal Hospital in November 2013.
Interview Details – Frustrating experience with this company. A regional manager came to our school in April 2013 to tell us about a biomed position opening. Most of the 15 students applied. We all received interviews by this manager but in the end he showed no professionalism by getting back to any of us after many tried to contact this manager and he never returned a call or email. A job opened up again in late October 2013 for a biomed again and I received an interview from a different manager. I told him I had an interview with so and so and he told me that the regional manager was his manager and that there was some shuffling around of staff, bad excuse in my opinion. At the end of the interview with this guy I asked him when to get in touch with him and he said at the end of the October. I called him at the end of October and he said there would be a decision in early part of the following week. That week went by and I never received a call or an email. He could have had the guts to tell me when I called him on the phone that they went in another direction with another candidate. These 2 experiences in one year tell me the type of company that they are, and what type of people work there, one in which I don't care to work for. I will never apply at UHS again.
Interview Question – He didn't ask any stupid non informative questions that HR usually asks. Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Universal Hospital.
Interview Details – Phone interview followed by in person interview w hiring mgr followed by phone interview w peer of hiring mgr
Interview Question – Very basic questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Ask for higher base salary due to low comp plan
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Universal Hospital in September 2013.
Interview Details – I had a recruiter call me and we talked for almost 2 hours. She was excited to schedule me an interview. Having a degree in healthcare and work in retail sales, is just the icing on the cake. She already gave me the job position and benefits, so that I would have a general idea of how to answer questions to the Cleveland, OH district manager. I had to drive almost 80 miles round trip with toll costs as well, so I was very early. However, better early to show care and concern for the position. I interviewed with the district manager of the Cleveland/Toledo district and the interview went well. He said that he would like to have me as his right hand man. He gave me his card and told me that he would hear from me. Needless to say a week went by and I called his cell and left him a voice mail. He called back and said that he was still interviewing a few people and that he would follow up. I waited 2 more weeks and I called his cell phone and he ignored my call (2 rings and straight to voice mail). Wow that made me mad. So I called the building and said I was a hospital manager who needed to speak to the district manager. The woman transferred me and he greeted me. I said thanks for the follow up and what is going on with the position. He said he already filled the position. I was mad and told him a few choice words. I drove 80 miles and couldn't even get proper follow up. What the heck? Some managers need to work on their professionalism
Interview Question – The questions related to sales and marketing, hospital equipment, healthcare, customer service and operations Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Universal Hospital.
Interview Details – Three interviews consisting of an HR manager, department director and two supervisors in 1,1,2 succession. The interview allowed me to share my background and where I would like to be. Personally, I greatly prefer telling a story as opposed to behavioral based questions. All interviewers were pleasant and comfortable to converse with. Questions were fair and predictable. I had a chance to learn more about both the responsibilities of this position and the hours involved. The hours involved with the position were more than I was interested in.
Interview Question – I had a difficult time explaining my typical day. As an Accountant with diverse responsibilities, it is much easier to explain the structure of a typical month. Basic question, but it caught me off-guard. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Universal Hospital.
Interview Details – After the company expressed interest, it was very necessary for me to continue to call about my own interview. Don't be afraid to call and remind them. Many times, the interviewer is not corporately positioned much higher than the job for which you are applying. Feel free to "pester" them for an interview.
Interview Question – The questions are simple and easy to answer. Have an answer to what "teamwork" and "customer service" mean to you, and you'll be alright with the rest. Extra tip: If you have a military background, this company will give you leadership credibility whether it is evident or not. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – At entry level, hourly pay, negotiate for an extra dollar per hour. They will grant it.
I applied online and the process took 8 weeks - interviewed at Universal Hospital.
Interview Details – Very lengthy, felt like I was interviewing for a VP position. Very little feedback and followup.
Interview Question – Not any questions that I didn't expect. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiations, it was a take it or leave offer.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Universal Hospital in October 2010.
Interview Details – Had a in person interview with the Operations manager, laid back interview, and explanation of my job duties.
Interview Question – Why are you leaving your current position Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
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