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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Excellent work environment with supportive management team. Ideas for improvement are always welcomed. Work-life balance is also very good.
Abundance of on-campus construction (this is a good thing).
Advice to Management
Orlando Health is fortunate to have a very progressive CIO. Keep up the good work and share the overall vision with the rest of the management team.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at Orlando Health.
Telephone screen went great, in person was a little odd, but overall really positive. Was told I was a finalist and asked if I was offered the job later in the week was I ready to accept and move from out of state (after paying to fly myself down for the interview). They were so communicative before my in-person but vanished after the in person - won't return inquiries (a month later), even asking if they've hired someone else - just be honest for goodness sake! I get that schedules get busy and things happen I haven't received an offer but at this point I would't accept if they did call - treatment post interview is disappointing and frustrating and off-putting.
- Asked my Myers-Briggs assessment, which I hadn't really paid much attention to since college (a long time ago!) and honestly didn't remember. Answer Question
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It's not Disney World, but for Floridians in need of health care, it is a prime destination. Orlando Health operates a network of eight hospitals housing nearly 1,800 beds in Central Florida. Orlando Health's flagship facility is the Orlando Regional Medical Center, which features a Level 1 trauma center and provides comprehensive acute care services in a range of specialties. Other facilities include specialty hospitals such as the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Orlando (an affiliate of the Houston-based M. D. Anderson center), the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, and...