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    Former Employee - Lead Access Coordinator in Cincinnati, OH
    Former Employee - Lead Access Coordinator in Cincinnati, OH
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    I worked at UC Health full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great pay compared to other places. Awesome co-workers

    Cons

    SOME managers don't know how to manage others very well. SOME managers will get rid of you if you don't conform to their procedures even if they aren't specifically the hospitals procedures.

    Advice to Management

    Treat people the way you would want to be treated. Put yourself in others shoes before talking with them.

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    Accounting Representative Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Cincinnati, OH
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at UC Health (Cincinnati, OH).

    Interview

    Applied online. Had a phone interview and was invited to come in. Submitted potential times (after requesting time off from my current job) and heard nothing. Called (this was about 48 hrs after the phone interview) because I needed to know something since I have a current job, and was told the position was filled but would it be ok to send my resume on to a very similar position? I said yes. Manager was polite and I assumed an internal hire had been selected. Didn't appreciate them leaving me hanging, but at least I had an answer since I called and followed up.

    Weeks went on, and eventually I got a call from another manager on voicemail asking me if I was interested in a job. I called back the same day & got his voicemail and left a message. Heard nothing, so I called back the next day & left a message. (Two attempts at contact.) I left times I could be reached as well as my email address.

    Later, I hear from the same number from someone else stating he is from HR wanting to know if I want to speak about the job. I'm frustrated at this point but we set a time for a phone interview. He doesn't call at the set time - he calls the next day.

    Throughout the course of this, I've received several automated emails from UC Health saying that several positions I've applied for have been "closed but if you have an interview please honor the date and the time". The organization and the department seem so unorganized in their hiring process.

    Interview Questions

    • The phone screener with the first Manager was easy and very brief. It was about 5 minutes. She wasn't an HR person, she was a department manager. This was the only actual interview I had.   Answer Question
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