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  1. Hello!

    I was just curious for all of us getting ready to graduate , who has obtained a position already? How did your interview process go? I'm getting ready to tweek my resume (something I don't look forward to ) and start looking!

    Julee
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    About crystalcoastlvr

    Joined: Apr '07; Posts: 13
    full time student, mother, wife

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  3. by   DimplesRN
    Hi Crystal,

    Good luck to you during your job search. I enjoyed my pediatric clinicals so much, that after my rotation, I stayed in contact with my instructor,( she was SO helpful to me throughout everything), and I applied to the unit. It is a large teaching hospital, and I was SO excited to get the job. The interview process was very nerve wracking. I thought I would be doing an interview one-on-one with another nurse. There were about 6 or so other nurses in the room, talk about pressure! But I did okay, and I know you will too. Good luck to you.
  4. by   NurseLatteDNP
    I got my dream job. It is a large teaching-children's hospital and all the nurses that I met during my interview were so friendly and loved what they do for children. I start my internship June 11th, and it will be 5 months long in the transplant unit. My interview went well, and I had a good feeling as soon as I left there. The nurse manager was nice and loved new graduates. She showed me the unit and introduced me to everyone. I hoped I get that so bad (my instructors did too). But in case I didn't get the position, I had interviewed with 4 more hospitals. Good Luck.
    Last edit by NurseLatteDNP on Apr 21, '07
  5. by   AnnieOaklyRN
    Good luck with your resume and job search :spin: and CONGRATS to the class of 2007 :smiley_aa .



    I had 3 interveiws two for the ICU and one for the E.D. The ICU interveiws were group interveiws so I was asked questions from 4-5 different people. It wasn't that bad though, about the same as a single person interview. My E.D. interveiw was a one person interveiw. I got called the day after the E.D. interveiw and was offered the job which I accepted. So i will be an emergency room nurse and I am only comfortable wtih that because of my backround.

    Sweetooth

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