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Grady Telemetry Interview

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Hello. I have an interview Thursday at Grady on a telemetry/intermediate care floor? Just wanted some insight on the interview process. Thanks.

Hey! Sorry I don't have any advice to give about Grady.. But I was wondering how your interview went?! Hope it went well!! Sending positive vibes out there for you 😊

I think it went very well! The unit director spoke to me as if she already made her mind up (I should hear something in 48 hours, when I enroll in a BSN course I should speak to her first regarding tuition reimbursement). I was too thrilled. The staff even liked me and she brought that up during my interview!! 48 hrs is Monday if she meant business days so I am claiming it in Jesus name. AMEN!!!!

That sounds awesome!! I am glad it went so well! I hope you get it girl 😊 😊

August 4. Are you gearing up to start too

Well that is awesome news! I hope you get a chance to go out and celebrate! 😄 I am excited to start on Monday!! Will you be in a residency there or is it a regular RN position?

Residency. I have to sign a 2 year contract and they will pay for me to get my BSN.

You will love the the womens tower. Very very beautiful.

Hi, do you mind telling how the interview went? Did they ask a lot of situational questions? I just passed the NCLEX and I'm planning on applying to Grady. Thanks in advance.

Hi, do you mind telling how the interview went? Did they ask a lot of situational questions? I just passed the NCLEX and I'm planning on applying to Grady. Thanks in advance.

I sent you a private message.

I knew I pretty much had the job because her exact words were, "talk to me before you start your BSN courses so we can discuss tuition reimbursement." Teamplayer, flexible, customer service skills. Key words for any employer.

RN_Student14, can you tell me what type of questions I need to focus on? I too plan on applying at Grady. Can I apply before I sit for boards?

No. You have to pass NCLEX before you apply. I will PM you dear :)

That is such an awesome benefit! Maybe I should've waited to get my BSN, Lol! I have really liked what I have seen of the Women's tower so far. 😊 excited to get started!

Thanks so much for the info!

No. You have to pass NCLEX before you apply. I will PM you dear :)

RN_Student14, Thank you, and congrats! I got your pm but I can't reply just yet. I have a few more questions that I hope you don't mind answering via pm. I currently see many job postings especially for Icu. I hope there are still plenty of job postings available once I pass nclex. How much is the pay and shift diff for nights and weekends? What type of experience do you have? I only have cna home health experience. And is tuition reimbursement immediate or do you have to work for a certain period of time before it will kick in? Also did you know anyone at Grady to get your application pulled or did you include a cover letter w/ resume? I don't have much experience so I'm trying to see what will work in my favor of getting noticed. How long is orientation and will they teach you additional EKG interpretation or are additional classes included in the residency? How long after your application did it take for you to hear back from them? Sorry for the abundance of questions but Grady is one of my top choices and tuition reinbursement has definitely got me sold!