Do you have a passion for helping others and giving them peace of mind? TTEC has a new entry-level Remote Healthcare hiring opportunity that might interest you. Just click on the TTECH application link below more information.
Important Disclaimer: This job lead is a TTEC direct hiring opportunity and NOT a Jobcase sponsored job alert. Interested applicants are encouraged practice due diligence during the application process and pursue any additional inquires for this position at TTEC Careers
Cigna just listed an excellent remote job opportunity for job seekers looking to break into the work-from-home industry. Just click on the Cigna job link below for more job details and application instructions.
Important Disclaimer: This job lead is a Cigna direct hiring opportunity and NOT a Jobcase sponsored job alert. Interested applicants are encouraged practice due diligence and to pursue any additional inquires for this position at Cigna Careers
These Job Boards appear to me to just fill my inbox and now two phone calls (and text messages) with scammers trying to sell me something - right know not work the time or the effort - I feel sorry for those that actually have to use these Job Boards #jobsearch
I recently interviewed with a company and was offered the position.
Here are my tips to getting hired:
Research the company and be able to communicate what the company does in one to two sentences.
Align your resume with what is stated on the job description. This way you will be able to properly articulate the job functions you have performed.
Take notes, to have a better understanding of what the employer is looking for. Also, you can use these notes to ask the interviewer questions at the end.
Have two to three pre designated questions written out.
The questions I asked were:
I understand the job description mentions having hard skills to be successful in this role. However, What soft skills do you require to be successful in this role?
Is there any opportunity for upward mobility?
What pharmacy management system does your company use?
Also, I was hired through a temp agency and the first question the interviewer asked was the name of the agency and my recruiters name. The question sounds trivial but the interviewer was impressed that I knew both answers because most people didn’t.
Lastly, before you interview, know the market rate salary for the job you are applying for, just in case you are able to negotiate your salary. Know the names of the people you have spoken with including the name of the person you are scheduled to interview with.
Make sure you thank them for the opportunity to interview with them.
Hope these tips help!😊