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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Supplemental Health Care.
I was contacted by their recruiter for the position and had an initial screening call with her. A few days later we had another call that went more in depth over my work experience and skills. We decided to move forward to a phone interview with the manager who I would be working with. The recruiter was great and scheduled a call the day before to prep me with questions to ask and experiences to highlight. I was told not to ask about any salary or benefits (which should have been a red flag). The phone interview went very well with fairly standard interview questions. I felt he did a great job in learning who I am and why I felt that I could work for the company. We decided to move forward. He sold me on the position and company, I sold myself, and we decided to move forward. A few days later we arranged for a face to face interview and I was excited and told them I would drive the 1000 mile round trip for the interview. I took the time off from work and when I showed up was actually interviewed by a different answer for a slightly different position. They wanted to see which team I would best function on. I realized that it was likely an attempt to see how I would react to the situation - showing up for an interview and meeting with someone I was unprepared to meet as well as interview for a different position. I felt that the face to face interview went well. The questions again were fairly standard and included mostly back and forth dialogue about the company and the position I would be hired for as well as culture fit. Again I did not ask about pay but it would have been nice to have been given an idea or range since I had just taken an entire day/weekend and drove over 1000 miles for this interview. I emailed the manager later in the day thanking him for the time and asked about salary and benefits since it did not come up in the interview. I was told that he needed to speak first with the manager I interviewed with over the phone and that they would get back to me in a few days. I followed up with the recruiter to let her know how the face to face went and that I was excited to hear back. A few days turned into over a week and eventually I followed up with the recruiter who let me know that after all this they were going to focus on other candidates who already had recruiting experience. Overall it was a good learning experience but I would have really appreciated them telling me they were looking for experienced recruiters before spending the time and money to drive over 1000 miles for a face to face interview. If offered a position in the future I will have to seriously consider if I want to work for managers who would allow an interviewee to make that kind of commitment to an interview only for them to say that I did not have the right qualifications.
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Supplemental Health Care was founded on March 15, 1984, to give healthcare organizations access to traveling psychiatric and operating room nurses and technicians. Since that time, we have continued to expand our service and geographic footprint. Today, through our network of over 60 local offices across the U.S. and our five national divisions (Travel Nursing, Travel Allied, Locum Tenens, HIM Professionals and Direct Hire) we place a variety of nursing, therapy and imaging, physician, and health information management professionals in facilities from coast-to-coast ...