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Memorial Hermann Health System
Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Physiologist was asked...February 6, 2021

Describe how I would handle an overwhelming amount of work.

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I said "You can't eat a cow in one bite", and expanded on how it's imperative to take a step back, prioritize things, and take things one task at a time. It's not wrong to ask for help, and it's useful to bounce between tasks of equal importance if you get bogged down in one thing and need to refresh your mind on it by doing another. Less

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Tell us a little about yourself

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I said my name, age, and where I'm from.

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Describe two times I was faced with difficult situations at work, and how I handled them.

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I spoke about college jobs, like being a leasing agent and working at a tire shop. Issues like appeasing angry parents and customers, being the new guy and being extremely slow at first and having to work hard to meet or exceed the standard. Less

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Do I currently live in Houston, or have any friends or family there?

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This is obviously an individual question, I said no to both.

Memorial Hermann Health System

Describe my experience working alone, and how I'm able to do and maintain quality work while alone.

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I spoke about military experience for this question, saying that my role required me to work alone or with perhaps one other person but still largely independently for long periods of time. It was solely on the individual to deliver quality, usable information in a timely manner. Less

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Describe how I would react to being asked to do a task that I'm not sure I'm able to do.

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First, I would make sure I'm even qualified to do that task. I would then gather materials and resources that I could go to for help, before finally approaching somebody for help. Knowing your limits is important, so being able to decline or back out of something with those limits in mind is a plus if it's a possibility at all. Less

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Describe how I would go about doing a task I'm not sure I'm able to do.

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My answer was essentially reiterating the previous question, but emphasized that in a healthcare environment, there's absolutely no way or reason that taking a gamble on my abilities is worth a patient's health or safety. Less

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What is your interest in cardiac rehab? Why are you applying for this position?

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I love human performance in any capacity, whether it be rehabilitation, diagnostics, training and enhancing performance, anything. It was extremely interesting to me during my undergraduate studies, to the point that I sought additional lab time through undergraduate research. The job I have currently is temporary and will not do anything to start or progress a career, whereas this job is an exact match for my degree and a system like Memorial Hermann is a massive opportunity. Less

Wellstar Health System

They asked me to describe a time where I helped someone achieve their goals/helped someone with an issue that they had

St. Joseph's Health

Tell me about your work history

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