I have a phone interview this Thursday for SSM SLU hospital. I was wondering what kind of questions they may ask for a student nurse technician position. This is what I want to end up in and work in the ICU eventually as an acute care nurse practitioner so this is definitely important to me! Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Hello, Dani 2018, You will be fine. I work there as a student nurse and the interview was so laid back. I am not sure who your recruiter is, but mine was really nice. I suggest you know exactly what you want and sell yourself. I will let you know that you will have a peer interview during the face to face. The trauma unit is cool, I have been floated there a few times. Is it for days or nights? Don't over think it, just find a way to stand out. You are taking this position as a stepping stone, so think like a nurse and when you get the position learn all you can at this level because it just helps you to be a well rounded nurse. Good luck let me know how it goes!!
Thank you! My recruiter is Karina mueller/ whitacre. I am just trying to find ways that I stand out lol. I know that sounds ridiculous but I have no experience as a nurse but I have shadowed in icu's before and the feel of it everything I sent even when the patient coded it was amazing how confident and level headed everyone was. I want to learn everything I can to be that way and knowledgeable l. How do you like it there?
I met Karina before she is really nice. You will be asked why you want to work at SLUH, where do you see yourself in 5 yrs and a few other questions I can't remember. OF course you have no exp as a nurse you are in nursing school and they know this and won't hold it against you. To be honest its a plus.
I had no exp in the hospital or patient care environment other than clinicals and I just talked about where I am headed. Talk about your shadow experience and why you want to be a nurse.
I really like working there I pray when Im done with school next June that I can be a nurse on my floor- HEM/OC. I want to be an oncology nurse, so for me to be a student nurse on this floor is great. I have learned so much in the past 5 months that I can say has helped me understand some class work even better. The only thing I wish for our positions was that we were a little more hands on with a nurse. But if you work nights you can pick the nurses brain a little better than days. What school do you attend?
I am currently at Saint Charles community I graduate next year with my rn then I start my bachelors right after either SIUE or CMU . Trying to keep things affordable
. What about you?
When I worked for an SSM hospital, they partnered with SIUE for nurses wanting a BSN. Be sure to ask about it.
Alright I got the job!!!!!!
Congrats!!! what floor will you be on?
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I will be working on the trauma surgical unit