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I have been working at OHSU full-time (More than 10 years)
Genuine respect for academic and clinical excellent
Support for staff in any position
Multiple Opportunities to grow, develop and advance
Diverse patient populations
Very large institution and is academic which makes the work very interesting but can be challenging until folks acclimate
Advice to Management
I've had several managers over my time here and have been fairly treated, as have others I have worked with. My managers have all supported me in my academic advancement and clinical achievements.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at OHSU (Portland, OR) in August 2011.
This review is regarding a phone interview only. Following the phone interview I withdrew from consideration. The phone interviewer spent most of the time chuckling about her own experiences and that of the few job duties she would describe. Perhaps she wanted to just get a "feel" for me. I found the interview overall very incomplete, leaving me with many unanswered questions. I stated I had a lot of experience performing one key role. She assumed this to be the case and did not ask me any questions to verify. Always verify. Sometimes people exagerrate in interviews, I don't. Incisive questions need to be asked. I suppose I could have simply gone with the flow, but I am a professional health provider. I wondered how this person got their job. What kind of environment would I be entering?
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