Panel Interview Perioperative Residency Program HSS NYC
- 0Mar 31, '12 by Nurse JellyHello.. so i have a panel interview coming up at hospital for special surgery for the Perioperative RN residency program…soo nervous can anyone give me any helpful feedback advice and or if anyone has been through this interview at HSS would be greatly appreciated thanks guys!
- 0Jul 13, '12 by TigerLilieNurse Jelly,
I hope you got the position. I have an interview this Monday for PACU nurse residency. I am nervous and excited. I am excited because I have always wanted to work at HSS. Then, im nervous because of the panel interview. I heard the program starts August 13th. However, I am surprised they don't have a set group of prospective nurse yet for the program. I am just grateful for this opportunity.
For anyone else reading this link and have an interview at HSS--I wish you the very best, Knock dead, and claim it!!!!
*** Whats Meant To Be-- Will Be***
--TigerlilieLast edit by TigerLilie on Jul 13, '12 : Reason: typo
- 0Jul 15, '13 by JKane17Hi there,
I was just reading everyone's previous posts on HSS panel interviews - I have one for the perioperative residency program this Friday and was wondering if anyone could give me more information as to what to expect - I'm a little nervous and one of my other interviews fell through this week and I'm already discouraged
Any information would be super helpful!
- 0Apr 23 by NycRN92Well random this should come up in recent topics because I just interviewed for periop101 at memorial Sloan Kettering which is right across from HSS.... I never interviewed at HSS but I did do a clinical there and having been at a panel interview ( guess we will see how I did on whether or not I land the job at memorial but I think I did good) I will offer you my advice. Know your resume. Be prepared to summarize it. Know why you want to be a nurse and why you want to work at their institution. Know some basic stuff about ortho nursing because they may ask you and It will also show you have an interest in their speciality. Read their website and study it! Prepare for some behavorial questions like how you deal with conflict, a time you succeeded,..... Things like that. You can find more behavorial questions on this site and try googling for some. Many nursing schools have some on their website for interview help. Make sure you practice these questions and that they showcase your ability to critically think! Don't forget to smile and be gratious. Dress in business attire and modestly. At the end of interview say thank you for your time and I hope you consider me for the position. If the interviewer doesn't say when you will hear an answer it is Ok to ask ( but don't worry if you don't hear back when they say you would. For some reasons it takes forever for nurses to get offers!). And when you get home that same day send a thank you email ( you can find good examples on this site) and a thank you card via snail mail. Nothing says you want the job more than that! And good luck! You're going to do great. You already got the interview which means they are interested in you! Show them why!