North Shore -LIJ critical care fellowship

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    Has anybody applied to the North Shore-LIJ critical care fellowship? If so, how did you apply because I'm having trouble applying online because there are no postings. Just wondering how I can start the process. Thanks for your time, I would really appreciate any help.
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    Hi Aroze,

    I saw this fellowship on indeed.com and when I went to LIJ website, I found no information on the fellowship. It said the job is no longer available. I am interested in applying as well and hope they will put the post back up. Good luck.

    aye125RN
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    I actually call several times and the HUman Resources operators were not very helpful. They told me to post my resume in their website thats all.


    Quote from aye125RN
    Hi Aroze,

    I saw this fellowship on indeed.com and when I went to LIJ website, I found no information on the fellowship. It said the job is no longer available. I am interested in applying as well and hope they will put the post back up. Good luck.

    aye125RN
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    the critical care fellowship (i believe) is offered once a year. (maybe it's twice). they posted it sometime in april. the interviews started in june... round of 4 intreviews i believe. the current fellowship started end of sept.
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    Quote from Nadz02RN
    I actually call several times and the HUman Resources operators were not very helpful. They told me to post my resume in their website thats all.
    Wow that is extremely unhelpful. Nowadays whenever I call HR for any facility, I am being told just apply online or no new grads. This is so discouraging.
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    Go to NSLIJ website and look up the email address of *********. She is the one who does the first round of interviews for the program. Send a message stating your interest in the program and ask how you may apply for their next fellowship class. Upload your resume onto the NSLIJ employment website as a general one but include a well written cover letter that shows interest for that specific program.

    Or if you want it bad enough and you believe that you would be a competitive candidate actually go to Human Resources and speak to someone there. The front desk persons might have a lot more answers to your questions if your actually there.

    good luck!

    ** Make sure that you are a serious candidate though. Also, browse this website, browse NSLIJ website and learn the basics about the program. They are all busy people and won't appreciate simple inquiries that they know you could of researched elsewhere.
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    Thank you to all of you who replied. I really appreciate it.
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    Quote from I_See_You_RN
    Go to NSLIJ website and look up the email address of *********. She is the one who does the first round of interviews for the program. Send a message stating your interest in the program and ask how you may apply for their next fellowship class. Upload your resume onto the NSLIJ employment website as a general one but include a well written cover letter that shows interest for that specific program.

    Or if you want it bad enough and you believe that you would be a competitive candidate actually go to Human Resources and speak to someone there. The front desk persons might have a lot more answers to your questions if your actually there.

    good luck!

    ** Make sure that you are a serious candidate though. Also, browse this website, browse NSLIJ website and learn the basics about the program. They are all busy people and won't appreciate simple inquiries that they know you could of researched elsewhere.
    @I_See_You_RN: I recently interviewed for the SICU Fellowship position at Manhasset and thought it went really well. I've read a few perspectives on some of the other units (mostly at LIJ) and some said they had very negative experiences. Can you give an honest account of your experience in the program. What was the working environment like? Did it really prepare you to be successful on the unit? Did you find your colleagues to be helpful? Ultimately I will make my own decision but I would love to get some insight from someone who has been through it on that particular unit. Also, how long after you interviewed did they offer you the position? Thanks so much in advance!
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    Quote from Feelin-Like-Healin
    @I_See_You_RN: I recently interviewed for the SICU Fellowship position at Manhasset and thought it went really well. I've read a few perspectives on some of the other units (mostly at LIJ) and some said they had very negative experiences. Can you give an honest account of your experience in the program. What was the working environment like? Did it really prepare you to be successful on the unit? Did you find your colleagues to be helpful? Ultimately I will make my own decision but I would love to get some insight from someone who has been through it on that particular unit. Also, how long after you interviewed did they offer you the position? Thanks so much in advance!

    Hello, I was wondering if you have heard from them since your interview? I also met with the nurse recruiter and did all 3 interviews for a unit @ LIJ. The next round starts next month and I'm freaking out and I know its not the end of world if I'm not selected but its a great opportunity.
    oh btw Good Luck to you !!
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    Quote from pjwp2020
    Hello, I was wondering if you have heard from them since your interview? I also met with the nurse recruiter and did all 3 interviews for a unit @ LIJ. The next round starts next month and I'm freaking out and I know its not the end of world if I'm not selected but its a great opportunity.
    oh btw Good Luck to you !!

    Hi there! Actually, I did hear back from the recruiter who asked me if I would be interested in Neuro ICU due to large volume of internal candidates in the SICU. I said yes and I had my final interview for the Neuro ICU today. It went well (I think) and I am now waiting to hear back. It really is a great opportunity. I would imagine we should both be hearing something soon (either way) because the fellowship is starting in a few weeks. Try not to freak out too badly and stay positive. Good luck to you also!!


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