I worked at Cpsi full-time
The trainer is brilliant she is very kind and knows exactly what she is doing and she goes through everything in a great detailed way. Friendly people . Managers knew more than the supervisor to me this was odd I feel like the entire center could have been a lot more productive and successful had one of the managers (his name starts with an L) been promoted to supervisor position. He was the one everyone went to and he should be rewarded for that.
There were not many cons , the company did have very long hours and did not seem to appreciate the people who really went above and beyond for them, I feel like a company tells you in the interviewing stage about the things you later end up perceiving as a con . I am not going to say those things were cons because I knew what was expected of me and what to expect from them I just thought the supervisor and the big bosses would be more involved and more enthusiastic. It is not a enthusiastic place to work I like being around people that try to stay positive and that was not the case here. no room to grow or move up
Advice to Management
Take a better look at your lower level employees I have seen some people doing amazing work who are still stuck in the same spot while someone less deserving sits in a great position the do not deserve.
I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Cpsi (Mobile, AL).
I sent my resume to the company at the beginning of the year. Received a call during the summer for a different position but turned it down due to travel time. They must have kept my resume because I received a call later in the year to interview for this position. Made an appointment for interview and had to fill out application from receptionist. The interview itself was with 3 different managers and they had a list of questions to ask and took notes during the interview. The questions were typical interview questions that focused very much conflict resolution based "tell us a time when", also a lot of time/project management questions. During the interview they were very down to earth and I felt as if I was already a colleague. I received a call the next week with an offer.