To Obtain a Hospital Job ... Quickly, Easily,
And Effectively With Little Possible Effort
Basics of Hospital Jobs
the human resources department receives your resume and/or application,
the staff will review your skills and qualifications. If an
opening is available that matches your competencies, they will
contact you to schedule an interview. In order to prepare for
your interview we suggest the following:
to provide your social security number.
to provide professional reference information to the interviewer.
(e.g. copies of evaluations from present or past employers and
letters of reference from present or past supervisors.)
the name of the person who will be conducting the interview,
the location of the interview and the date and time.
Prepare for the interview by learning about the organization
to the interview on timepreferably 15 minutes early.
Be polite, courteous and demonstrate flexibility if asked to
provide information or complete any information that is missing.
The recruiters look for specialized
skills and knowledge, as well as personal qualities that would
benefit you if you were hired. Motivation, professionalism,
flexibility, and self-confidence are some examples of the qualities
that we look for when interviewing job candidates.