I worked at American Hospital AssociationPros
Location of office, positive work environment, flexible schedules,Cons
Do not have any complaints.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at American Hospital Association.Interview Details
I was contacted through email that I was selected for a phone interview. In this email, I given a list of questions that had to answer and email back. My first interview was over the phone with the HR Manager who asked a few general interview questions. I was told that if I was selected for a second interview, I would be contacted in the next two weeks. After a month, I received an email that they would like to invite me for an in-person panel interview. For this interview I had to prepare a 15 minute presentation about myself that covered 8 questions that they provided. In the interview, four people were physically present and one person was on the phone. The interview was informal and everyone made me feel very comfortable and relaxed. After the presentation, the panel asked general questions about things I mentioned in my presentations as well as other questions for about 30 minutes.Then, I had a one-one interview with a Director that was also on the panel interview. These questions were more detailed technical questions related to research.Interview Questions
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The American Hospital Association (AHA) represents more than 5,000 hospitals and other health care providers and some 38,000 individuals from various health care fields. The AHA acts as an advocate in national health care policy development and provides services to its members, such as helping hospitals and other health care providers form networks for patient care, conducting research and development projects on the structuring and delivery of health care services, and producing educational programs and publications. The AHA Resource Center maintains an extensive...