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Rush University Medical Center Planning Analyst Interview Questions

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Planning Analyst Interview

Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
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Application

I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Rush University Medical Center (Chicago, IL) in July 2011.

Interview

The hiring and interview process was simple and standard.

1. If interested, you will receive an e-mail from the HR department asking you for a telephone screening interview.
2. Once that is completed, the Sr. Director will call you do a brief behavioral interview over the phone as well.
3. There will be in person interviews schedule. You will have a behavioral interview with human resources first. Then you will be taken to the strategic planning area where you will meet with and be interviewed by the Sr. Director, Analyst, and Project Manager. You may meet and talk with the Associate VP as well. You may be asked questions about your analytical background and whether may be asked for some work examples.
4. Upon completing this interview you will either be given an offer or someone will call and let you know that the team was not interested at this time.

Interview Questions

  • This was a simple interview. You may be asked about your analytical skills.   1 Answer

Negotiation

HR will call you and tell you that you are being offered the position. At that time, make sure that you negotiate. You will probably be offered somewhere in the 46,500 range but you need to know that there is definite room and for this job you should certainly be over 50,000. Looking back I would have asked for 55,000 or above. Otherwise I would have continued looking for a new job.

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