I have been working at Centene full-time
A good company caring members.
Changing a lot; Merging; Headquarters leaving.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Centene (Clayton, MO (US)).
I found a posting online for the analyst position. I applied and skipped the phone screening on employee recommendation. A few days later I was contacted to schedule an interview. Shortly thereafter, I completed the interview which was a panel made up of 2 managers, and 2 analysts. The process went very smoothly due to the large size of the company which allows these processes to have autonomy or at least the dedicated manpower to move things along speedily. Also the rapid growth of the company due to various current events allows management to focus on growing and developing their teams.
My only interview lasted about an hour and the time was dominated (70:30) by myself asking questions about the business in regards to current and previous events, primarily focusing on team objectives, organizational leadership, and mergers/acquisitions. Questions asked to me were primarily past experience based team and technical questions, indirectly surrounded by moral implications. The interview was not all business however as we did shoot the breeze before, at the beginning of and after the interview.