Hi all. I just received word that a local hospital wants to interview me next week for the CNA position on an onc floor
at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in Harvey, IL.
She told me to come in to fill out an application (there was only a "profile" available on the site which is very general info) and to bring my CPR card, & I would also have to complete a short 10-15 minute test. She also said that she would set me up with the manager from that floor and that I would have an interview with the nurse recruiter. Is this standard practice for those coming in for an interview, or do you think I have some great chance of receiving the position? I know you all don't work there, but from your experiences, what do you think? When she told be to bring all that stuff it sounded like I was going to get the job (even though I haven't had the interview yet, lol), but I don't wanna get my hopes all up. I really wanted this position on the onc floor! I wanna be an onc nurse someday. Thank you all for the responses in advance. Have a blessed day, because I know I am