Scripps New Grad Nurse Residency 2013 - page 21
Hello fellow new grads! I'm starting this post to round up all the applicants for the 2013 cohort at Scripps in San Diego. I called HR today and they were rather tight-lipped about when the application would post, and was told... Read More
- 0Thanks for the coffee!
Okay, to visualize...
When you park, just take a second to breathe.
When you get upstairs, the talent manager will sign you in. You will fill out a background check form, and then be seated.
She will call you when it's your turn.
When you walk into the room (she will lead you in), it's a large room with approximately 7 tables spread out all over the room. The panels will be seated at those tables. It's pretty loud, to be honest. Each table will have a number on it.
Your interview will take anywhere from 10 minutes to half an hour, depending on how many questions they throw at you.
- 0You know, Zippity, that's an awesome question and I have been wondering the same thing since June.
They do score your answers, and write a lot on their scoring cards. From there, I have no idea. I imagine they have some say in things, but maybe the talent managers are the ones who sort through them all and make the final decision.
Does anyone else know?
- 0Quote from CorianderSo it sounds like the people on the panel will be the ones making the decision. Hmmm.... Good to know, though I don't know quite exactly what to do with that information. Try to make them fall in love with me, I suppose.Just talked with my friend who works there.
She says the interviewers will tell the talent managers who they want, and the talent managers will make the calls.