If you’re new to the industry, a veteran or just curious whether what the interview questionnaire would consist of, then you’re in the right place!
First of all, hiring managers look for the clinical competency of the candidate:
- Strong work ethic
- Adaptable and flexible
- Good interpersonal skills
- Organization and unit fit
- An enthusiastic character
Be prepared to give a great first impression when the agency contacts you through phone to kick off the process. Don’t just answer all of the manager’s question, show them how willing and determined you are to work for them with enthusiasm! Keep in mind that you are speaking with the person who holds your future in their hands!
Be alert and make sure you have done your research on the company so you can be knowledgeable of what the interviewer asks you.
Some employers check social media profiles of candidates before they interview, as well. So be mindful of what you post on your personal pages.
Show that you are qualified for the position without too much overkill. Employers love confidence, but also look for certain characteristics that will fit well with their team.
When you speak about your past experiences, put emphasis on specific situations and how these have helped you advance in your professional career. A list of achievements is also a plus! A hiring manager isn’t looking for someone who is boastful, so my tip is to enumerate with humility.
Work with your recruiter, be flexible and make sure you’re well-prepared on your interview. Each of these components will help pave a clear and exciting path for your future! Let your personality shine, stay calm and be professional, yet enthusiastic.
The big C word has taken many beautiful lives and left many loved ones shattered by its wrath. Despite major advancements in cancer treatment, one in eight women will be diagnosed with Breast Cancer in their lives; eighty-five percent of those women will have had no prior family history with the disease. As tragic as a cancer diagnoses can be, it is only half the battle. According to a survey conducted by ACS and the Kaiser Family Foundation, 20 percent of people with health insurance could not afford the cancer treatment necessary to save their lives.
The good news is, 93 percent of women with early breast cancer diagnosis survive beyond 5 years. Early detection is critical in saving the lives of the mothers, daughter and wives of our society.
This is why Alto Health Care Staffing is proud to be a sponsor of the Walk for Women’s Wellness, founded by Kettering Medical Center since 1995. The Wellness Fund provides breast imaging services to women within our community, to ensure cost is no obstacle for any women battling cancer. Over 15,000 women in the greater Dayton area have benefited from this special event, and you can be a part of it too!
As a sponsor, Alto is proud to give back to the community and invites all clients, employees and their families to join us in this amazing cause. Participation is free, but individuals are welcomed to organize individual fundraising.
To Join us at the Walk for Women’s Wellness:
– Please email the first and last name, and shirt size of anyone joining you to firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Sunday, May 1, 2016
Registration: 1:00pm • Walk/Run Begins at 2pm
Location: The Walk will start at the Kettering Cancer Center at the corner Blossom Heath Road. The timed 5K Run, managed by Speedy Feet, will start at Kettering College located at 3737 Southern Boulevard, Kettering.
Food Trucks: 11-3pm.
On-site bouncy house for the kids: 11-4pm.
View the flyer Here
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