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Cleveland Clinic hiring process/timeline - page 3

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  xyz1234 profile page
    Thanks for the update! After my phone interview, I still haven't received a call and it's been 2 months!! I took another offer instead =)
  2. Visit  ninjanurse956 profile page
    Hey Everyone. I'm a new grad and I'm really interested in the hiring timeline at the CC. I have my Ohio license and applied for new grad positions (and a few non-new grad positions) about two weeks ago. I still haven't heard back. Has anyone else applied around this same time? How long does it usually take to hear from the CC after submitting an application?

    I also applied to Akron General and Children's Hospitals as well as the University Hospital. Any input would be much appreciated.
    Last edit by ninjanurse956 on Jul 16, '15 : Reason: typo
  3. Visit  p8nsma profile page
    I was hired by CCF last winter. I applied online and within one week I received an email from a recruiter to set up a phone interview. Within that week, I received a call from two different recruiters (one for South Pointe and one from Main Campus) to set up face to face interviews with managers. I had the two interviews Monday and Tuesday of the week, by Friday I received a call from HR to choose which position I wanted. You have to wait until the beginning of the next month for orientation. If you are offered a position, you must take a math test, a computerized NCLEX like exam, an EKG assessment exam, and a physical exam that tests your physical strength. As of June, 2015, the Clinic is now supposed to be offering $26/hr for new grads. The orientation pay of $18 was to be discontinued. A suggestion, unless you want to make a career in LTC, stay clear of nursing/skilled facilities. If that is your passion, go for it. Bedside nursing is not for me. I want to go into community nursing and will be starting as a dialysis RN at the end of the month. Good luck, to you in your career. Nursing can be very tough, but very, very rewarding!

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