Our interviews will vary to suit each and every different career we have in our organisation. In some cases there may be telephone interviews or assessment centres and in others just face to face interviews. Our advice would be to always take time to prepare, understand the job description and have a think about how you may answer competency based interview questions. You can find some tips on what these are and how to prepare here; http://www.nuffieldhealthcareers.com/our-people/blog/2016/09/competency-based-questions
Answered by Nuffield Health
You get interviewed by one person and in my experience a porter as well that sits through the interview with no interest in what you have too say and looks depressed.
Basically you may as well have a stuffed teddy bear sitting with the other person
The interview is usually Customer Service questions on what you do on this particular situation or through you’re experience and they will accommodate around your experience having said that the interview is based on favouritism not on merit. Discriminatory staff and management. Disgusting!!
No use of best practice techniques. Interviews are a set of questions, posed by under-trained line managers. Rarely includes practical testing, and decisions are made in terms of people being a "good fit" for the team they are being recruited for. I heard this term being used by a senior HR director to her managers. Surely this opens the door to discrimination?
Formal profesional and calm enviroment
Answered - Duty Manager (Former Employee) - Surbiton, Greater London
They would like to know what type of work you have done in the past.
Summit your cv and then invited for a face to face interview with the senior bookings co-ordinator and Sales Marketing mgr.
Answered - Bookings Coordinator (Current Employee) - Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Interview is with HR and management. Made to feed comfortable and relaxed
Answered - Ward Clerk/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Chandlers Ford
A typical 9-5pm interview process involving extensive clinical and operational interviews, as well as multiple choice testing and presentations.
Answered - Health and well-being physiologist (Former Employee) - London, Cheltenham, Cardiff