Interviewing for the same job twice - page 2

Hello I'm a labor and delivery nurse. I've been in L&D for about 9 months. I got hired at a small hospital but would like to work at a bigger hospital with a higher patient acuity because I would... Read More

  1. by   fezz
    Go for it!! Best of luck!
  2. by   ProperlySeasoned
    As a hiring manager, I would consider the same person twice. It shows dedication and continued interest. I would want to see what you have done in the two months prior. Did you further your studies? Obtain additional certifications? Have patients of a higher acuity? Attend a conference? Basically, I would want to know "why should I hire you NOW?"
  3. by   sts188
    Klone I forgot all about that thank you. I work in a network of hospitals so this would actually be a transfer within the company. I have access to her email. I will definitely send her an email.
  4. by   sts188
    Quote from ProperlySeasoned
    As a hiring manager, I would consider the same person twice. It shows dedication and continued interest. I would want to see what you have done in the two months prior. Did you further your studies? Obtain additional certifications? Have patients of a higher acuity? Attend a conference? Basically, I would want to know "why should I hire you NOW?"
    Properly Seasoned BSN, RN, thank you. This makes a lot of sense. The first time around I did not have everything at first but they were in the works but now I have everything plus I have taken a skills course to learn more about caring for a postpartum hemorrhage patient. I definitely feel like I'm more prepared now.
  5. by   cleback
    Quote from sts188
    Klone I forgot all about that thank you. I work in a network of hospitals so this would actually be a transfer within the company. I have access to her email. I will definitely send her an email.
    Do you know if you can transfer, being that you've only been in the current position 9 months? Sometimes facilities have you wait a year before becoming eligible for a transfer.
  6. by   sts188
    Quote from cleback
    Do you know if you can transfer, being that you've only been in the current position 9 months? Sometimes facilities have you wait a year before becoming eligible for a transfer.
    The company only requires you be in your position for 6 months and not have any write ups and things of that nature.

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