Cleveland Clinic hiring process/timeline - page 2

Hi everyone, Yesterday I applied for the new grad RN residency at Cleveland Clinic, and took the online assessment. I got an email today asking me to schedule a phone interview. I am a new grad,... Read More

  1. Visit  HeartNursing3 profile page
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    That starting wage was offered a week ago.
  2. Visit  MDG0407 profile page
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    Awesome. Thank you so much for the information!
  3. Visit  MDG0407 profile page
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    Thank you so much for that information!
  4. Visit  MDG0407 profile page
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    Is that for an ICU NG?
  5. Visit  HeartNursing3 profile page
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    Yes my offer was as a new grad and the position was in the MICU.
  6. Visit  lullaby profile page
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    hi, i was just curious about the cleveland clinic's increase for shift differential of $5 after one year, do you know if this is true for all areas or was that specific to the ICU? i'm working on a step-down unit and wondering what my pay increase will be after one year. i also started as a new grad at $24.25/hr. it would be great if my shift differential goes up to $5/hr after one year but i haven't heard about this from anywhere else.

    thanks for any info!

    Quote from HeartNursing3
    As a new grad, I was offered $24.25 an hour with $1/hr shift differential which goes up to $5/hr after 1 year. It's about the same as what OSU offered but they offer the $5/hr shift differential right away. Plus OSU offers free tuition to get your BSN, MSN, DNP, MBA, MPH, MHA, etc.

    My sample size for unhappy nurses at CC is around 60 so a small portion. But a lot is said just given that they picked a physician led model and OSU picked a nurse led model. I know a fair amount of nurses who left CC for OSU and they didn't realize how much of a difference that made til they left and switched to OSU.

    Plus, OSU benefits are significantly better. And although CC has higher rankings, more and more physicians are starting to recommend OSU over CC in the NE Ohio region.
  7. Visit  HeartNursing3 profile page
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    Quote from lullaby
    hi, i was just curious about the cleveland clinic's increase for shift differential of $5 after one year, do you know if this is true for all areas or was that specific to the ICU? i'm working on a step-down unit and wondering what my pay increase will be after one year. i also started as a new grad at $24.25/hr. it would be great if my shift differential goes up to $5/hr after one year but i haven't heard about this from anywhere else.

    thanks for any info!
    I was told this in the initial phone interview with HR before any specific unit contacted me for interviews so I'd imagine that's true on any unit.
  8. Visit  ScottE profile page
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    Pretty straight forward interview. $24.25 is the rate with $1 an hour shift differential. Interview starts off with basic questions to which you just answer yes or no. Do you smoke or do drugs, do you have any felony convictions, ect. They'll ask you your hospital and area preferences and also shift preferences. Then about 5 or 6 tell me a time when type questions. Tell me a time when you went above and beyond for a patient, tell me a time when you had a patient complaint and what you did about it. Just basic behavioral interview type questions.
  9. Visit  neurociencelover profile page
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    Hi, HeartNursing3, when you say OSU? Do you mean Ohio State University? Because I could have sworn someone else said the same thing regarding free tuition to get your BSN, MSN, and/or DNP. However, they said this "OSU" was in northeast ohio. I just got accepted into Cleveland State University's Accelerated BSN program but I'm looking for ways to fund my education. Thank you!
  10. Visit  HeartNursing3 profile page
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    Yes, OSU = Ohio State University. They are in Columbus, OH. I live there and work there. They pay for 10 credit hours per semester with no maximum. They pay tuition and general fees. You only pay the program specific fees so you can get your MSN done for only a couple thousand. Best deal I've ever found.
  11. Visit  ChipNurse profile page
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    I was interviewed and hired into a SICU at CC before I passed boards, however the offer was contingent on me passing boards. I also was an internal hire as I worked as a PCNA at a CC hospital. You initially have a phone interview with a recruiter which is straight forward and then will have an in person interview with the nurse manager. I had an appointment with the nurse manager within a week of interviewing through the phone. I had an offer within 3 days of interviewing with the nurse manager. Orientations are offered once per month, so depending on when you interview and accept a position can affect when you start orientation. Before orientation starts you have to take a Meti-Dose math test and pass with a 90% and a 4 hour long essay style test called the pbds.
  12. Visit  xyz1234 profile page
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    Hi Everyone!

    I know this post is old... but I wondered if anyone could share about how long the process might be for someone who had a successful phone interview and is now in the "pool" waiting for a spot in the highly competitive cardio units?? TIA!!
  13. Visit  _Skittles_ profile page
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    So I wanted to update this. The residency pays $18 something for the first 10 weeks and then switches over to the $24 something pay. Your application may show you've been rejected but may still be being considered. It took about a month to hear back after that initial phone interview. You get to go into the unit and shadow and interview but that interview is super relaxed! If offered a position they ask you to not make permanent arrangements to move until you take the physical capability exam thing.
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