New Grad---Needs Interviewing Tips - page 2
hi! i have my first interview next friday and am terrified! lol. i sent my resume to a hospital that i had heard was one i shouldn't even attempt to go to as a new grad just to see if my resume would get a nibble. i sent it... Read More
- 3Aug 22, '10 by pihlajaAfter finding that the original links that Daytonite posted are now dead, I did some googling and found that Hospitalsoup has moved them to a different part of the site.
So, for anyone that comes to this thread looking for those references, here they are:
Practice Interview Questions
Interview Questions You Should Ask the Interviewer
Inappropriate Interview Questions
How to Respond to Inappropriate Interview Questions
Sample Inappropriate Interview Questions Part 2
- 0Dec 16, '10 by paolountalan26Hi,
I am a newly graduate nurse who's about to have an interview at the Cairlion Clinic in Va next week. Do you know what questions will be asked of me??? Anyone here who had an interview with Carilion Clinic. I really want to get the job.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
- 2Jan 23, '11 by skqbInterview advice:
In this market all the rules have changed. Be prepared to discuss why you specifically went into nursing, what your future professional goals are and to give examples of difficult patient interactions and how you handled them. All of the terms that Daytonite listed in original post are helpful but you need to be able to say how and why you embody those traits. Employers have their pick of the best of the best and you need to stress why YOU will be an asset to the floor.
Do your research on the unit and the staff. Units/floors are unique and often have something special about them and you should be prepared to discuss what makes them unique. Know the institution you are applying to..are they government owned, have Magnet status?
Med-Surg is a specialty and those that work in Med-Surg are proud of the work they do. Immediate turnoff for me in an interview is hearing that you are interested in med-surg as a stepping stone.
Not having questions prepared for the interviewer looks like you haven't done any research. Building a strong staff is essential to patient outcomes and nothing is guaranteed in nursing anymore. Thoroughly prepare for the interview and send a thank you note.
- 0Aug 10, '12 by EGVnurseI'm a new nurse and I've had three interviews in the past two days at physician offices (one dermatology, two pediatric) and the interviews went pretty well! I have an interview coming up for a RN Residency program on a Post-Transplant Unit in a major metropolitan hospital that I'm SOOOO excited for it. Although I haven't seen the facility or unit or met anyone, I think I would really like this job so I really want to nail the interview. These tips are definitely helpful. Thank you.