JPS Health Network Photos
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at JPS Health Network.
About 2 weeks after applying HR called to set up an interview the very next day. I was only available early morning seeing that I have a real job and she gave me a date 2 weeks later. When I arrived, there was a job fair and the recruiter didn't bother to meet with me like the HR person said would happen. The manager over the lab had to walk over to interview me. She didn't even introduce herself, she only complained about having to walk over in the cold, extremely light snow. Once the elevator ride downstairs and more complaining we made it to an office where she then proceeded to tell me the other manager was in a meeting and was not coming like he was supposed to. During the interview the questions were decently boring typical questions but I guess she didn't have her coffee bc i could see her falling asleep to my very short answers, as I'm not much of a talker i cut to the chase. After walking out i pretty much knew that I didn't get the job immediately. I realized it wasn't me and that she was just a horrible person the very next week when I interviewed and pretty much was told I had the job on the spot.
- Tell me about a time your work schedule conflicted with your personal schedule and how did you handle that? Answer Question
Founded in 1906 in Fort Worth, Texas, the network's flagship facility, John Peter Smith Hospital, has 537 licensed beds and provides specialty services including orthopedics, cardiology, and women's health.
JPS Health Network also includes Tarrant County’s only Level 1 Trauma Center, a behavioral health treatment center (Trinity Springs Pavilion) and the JPS Diagnostic & Surgery Hospital of Arlington. The company provides family medical, dental and specialty care at 44 primary care locations and dozens of health care centers in northern Tarrant County, Texas.