Develop 5 interview questions you feel you will be asked during an interview for a professional role or a role within a hospital.
1.Write what your response would be to each of the 5 questions you identified.
Post your questions and responses to discuss with the class. Answer the following questions in your response:
- What did you learn from your classmates? What strategies will you use to prepare for an interview?
Read and respond to at least two of your classmates’ discussion posts. Be constructive and professional with your thoughts, feedback, or suggestions. 125 words each
1.Why do you think that you are the right person for this position?
I am confident in myself and my work ethic to provide exceptional results. I am a hard worker that is disciplined enough to understand that success means dedication to the mission and being proactive and positive in working toward goals.
Tell me a little about yourself and your background?
As a professional, I am a person that is passionate about working and helping others. Being in a field that service others, it is gratifying to me to know that my service makes a difference. I enjoy being in a position where I can insert myself, apply my abilities and utilize the education that I’ve obtained over the years. Obtaining my degree at the University of Phoenix has prepared me with tools and resources that has broaden my mindset on the health care industry.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
In 5 years, I see myself established in an organization, preferably yours where I will be able to obtain growth by learning, engaging with others and participating in functions that will elevate my career and skill set in areas such as communication, leadership and management skills.
Why do you want to be a part of this organization?
I want to be a part of an organization that I feel that I align with the mission and values and I feel that this company is that match. I want to work for a company that has the passion and goals to better the lives of patients and creates a positive environment for the community. From my research, I’ve seen the footprint that your company has established in the community and I want to be a part of that.
What motivates you?
Helping others and making a difference in the lives of patients and their families motivate me to be a part of the medical community. As a health care professional, I want to be able to encourage and influence a positive culture and atmosphere for the people around me so that we can strive to be the best while servicing others.
Question: 5 interview questions you feel you will be asked during an interview for a professional role or a role within a hospital
Tell me about yourself.
Give a broad overview of your work/educational history and throw in something outside of the job that you’re passionate about to let them know you’re interesting, not just qualified.
What made you interested in working here?
Be honest and show that you did your research. Always look up the company you are going to interview with. This shows that you are interested in the position and not wasting time.
What’s your biggest strength?
Choose a strength that aligns with what they’re looking for in an ideal candidate. (Reference the job description!) Always remember when interviewing with different hospitals your strengths may change depending on the job description you are interviewing with.
What’s your biggest weakness?
Be cautious but honest and let them know how you’re trying to improve. Don’t answer this question with a cop out answer such as “I’m a bit of a perfectionist.” Be honest with this answer as you could be working in a position that may strengthen your weakness.
What are your career goals?
With this answer you don’t have to get into your 30 year plan, but provide focus on the near future and incorporate the employer in those goals.
When I was hired in my current position of Supervisor these were the standard questions that I received. They don’t stray too far from any other industry but they seem to help narrow your qualities.