I worked at Staten Island University Hospital full-time
Local management is fair and competent. Hours are stable, 9 to 5 with very occasionally weekend hours.
They were slowing taken over by a big hospital conglomerate and it became a much worse place to work. Had to deal with both locale rules and parent company rules, sometimes they conflicted and there was confusion. To be far, local management did its best to keep the situation bearable.
Advice to Management
Switch over to adopting all of North Shore's rules and regulations and drop the local policies. One level of red tape is enough. Two is too many.
the interview for this job was not bad, questions were asked about disorders, diseases, subtypes, and client populations and situations. all questions asked were within the student scope of the field. the person who interviewed made me feel comfortable and did not bombard me with questions. rather, the interview began with her asking me my interests in the field.
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