peer interview= Job offer? - page 3

by RNJamie12 | 8,939 Views | 27 Comments

I attended a new graduate interview day and interviewed with the nurse manager for a hospital 2 weeks ago. Yesterday, the manager called and asked if I would come to the unit for a peer interview this week. I've never heard of a... Read More


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    Congrats! God is good all the times...

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    Hooray for you!!!!!
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    Yay! That is awesome! I have my first peer interview this Mon... So I am a little nervous! I have never been through so many interviews for a job! Over the phone, interview with the manager, and now a peer interview... I guess it is good they are selective about the nurses they get.
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    Quote from RNJamie12
    Well, I got a job! The manager I interviewed with recommended me to the manager on the spine/neuro unit. I ended up interviewing over the phone and was offered the position. I'm shocked:-)
    Yay!! Congrats!!! That "window" came sooner
    rather than later!!!
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    Quote from ClassyChristina
    Yay! That is awesome! I have my first peer interview this Mon... So I am a little nervous! I have never been through so many interviews for a job! Over the phone, interview with the manager, and now a peer interview... I guess it is good they are selective about the nurses they get.
    ^Yup, it is a process to get a job, see if you are the right fit and are invested in staying... Good Luck!!!
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    Quote from RNJamie12
    Well, I got a job! The manager I interviewed with recommended me to the manager on the spine/neuro unit. I ended up interviewing over the phone and was offered the position. I'm shocked:-)
    Congrats on getting a job! When 1 door closes, another 1 opens. I had my 1st peer interview last Thursday & am waiting to hear back but still applying & interviewing other places. Good luck to you!
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    Congratulations~! I got 2 peer interviews from different facilities and luckily (ableit somehow stressfully) got 2 offers. No matter who or how many you are going to be talking to, just put in mind that this is your time to impress and sell yourself as much as you can. And always be honest- look them in the eye and answer the questions as confidently and honestly as you can.
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    I'm a newly licensed nurse who has a peer interview tonight and I was unsure of the process. Reading this post and the comments have helped clarify my expectations. I am making up a list of questions to bring along, I saw on another post that having questions for them is important. Thanks for posting and congratulations!!


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