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Maxim Healthcare Services
Healthcare Recruiter was asked...30 December 2015

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

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I was in ivory coast Africa

i will be on accounts manager profile at that time

Clinical Management Consultants

Why do you want to work for us?

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First off, I planned to go into the medical field so I've always had an interest in healthcare. Secondly, I want to do a job that will help others, and part of this position is finding people new jobs so I thought that this role might be very rewarding. Thirdly, I like talking to people and meeting new people so I feel like it would definitely keep me interested and motivated. Less

I like to help and take care to people

Cross Country Medical Staffing Network

How much Staffing / Recruiting experience did I poses?

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I had told them I had 6 years of recruiting experience in a high pace environment. They only care about stats. if you can manage 75 calls a day outbound, and shooting off emails then you will succeed at that job but be in that position for your entire career. Less

If they really misspelled the word "possess" in their interview question then you don't need to be "wurking four that Kompany" Less

Convate Consultancy Services

what value addition you can add if given an opportunity to work with Convate?

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Since I am from Life-science background (not an MBA) I can learn faster

The Jag Group

Are you familiar with life cycle recruiting, if so are you confident in your ability to handle multiple candidates at a time?

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Yes, I am familiar with life cycle recruiting. Also, in regards to being able to handling multiple candidates at on time I'm positive that my soft skills as it relates to interacting with people and my attention to detail are my strong points that will allow me to effectively manage multiple candidates. Less


What are the main things I am looking for in a job?

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Flexibility, Work -life balance, good benefits and a great team that works just as hard as I do. Less

The Judge Group

What experience do you have that will help you in this position?

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I had sales experience so I explained how I felt that sales and recruiting were similar. I had also worked with medical records so I am familiar with healthcare employees. Less

Centra Healthcare Solutions

What is a pet peeve of yours?

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Poor grammar

Maxim Healthcare Services

Tell me a time where there was a conflict between you and another employee and how you dealt with it.

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The point of the questions is to gauge your emotional intelligence in the this person going to place blame and create negativity, or take responsibility and move on? When people have a lot of conflict at work its typically a reflection of their personal life, and not workplace environment(sometimes it is poor leadership at the office). You should be able to say "I'm fair with everyone and have no problem having a private conversation with someone to find out how they are feeling and resolve misperceptions." This makes it a non-issue across the board. OR " I've never had an interpersonal issue that has affected my work or anyone else's"... always follow up with a question like," does that make sense?" and "What is the company policy on conflict resolution and who should I involve if I have an issue?" This shows you understand chain of command and are willing to follow the rules. This question becomes more important as a manager, than an individual contributor role. Managers have to manage conflict effectively and it means simply listening and setting expectations. Less

Maxim Healthcare Services

So, tell me about the position you are applying for.

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How about you tell me about the position I am applying for.

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