Hands on interdiscplinary team, great amount and quality of provided work materials, supportive and responsive staff, excellent pay, solid 401k, 85% productivity rate is easily achievable
My particular job required quite a bit of driving between facilities.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Orthopaedic & Neurological Rehabilitation (San Mateo, CA) in September 2015.
ONR lost the contract to the facility I had worked for. I stayed on as a per diem having overall liked working for the company. Their recruiter called me to interview for another local facility. She coordinated the appointment meeting. The interview took place in the therapy gym in front of an employee-poor taste. The supervisor was unwelcoming. She cut me off when asking about possible schedules. I left expecting to hear, at least, from the recruiter and/or the supervisor. After waiting a day, I contact the recruiter myself asking for some feedback and/or a job possibility. I heard nothing back, at all. Poor follow up.
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