Hi everyone. Would you happen to know of anyone immediately hiring for a remote case manager role (non-clinical, RN license not required) or anything in social services?
I have a masters in both health administration and community health and enjoy helping others.
Each day I get contacted for entry level jobs. I have been in management roles for close to 40 years. Why do I want to go backwards? I really don't want to. I have a wealth of knowledge and transferable skills. It has made me think about early social security. The thought of working from home does not work for me. I have done it more times than I have ever cared to.
I was recently contacted by a potential employer ,had my initial interview by phone to discuss my posted resume and then set a time and date for my second interview to be conducted at the plant and with the hiring manager. The interview went well and the hiring manager liked my responses to questions that he had for me and told me that he would contact me soon. That was a week ago. I understand that people get busy and sometimes don't follow up in a timely manner,but I've learned over the years to gauge what exactly is considered a timely manner. Unless the job posting has a closing date,usually a week is sufficient time for a perspective employer to decide to move forward with the hiring process or disqualify you for one reason or another. In this situation, I pick up the phone and call the interviewer directly. I also send an email if I have an address for the person,which i always do. I feel that this shows the employer that you are not only interested in the position but you are also serious about filling the position. It also demonstrates that you have initiative and like to keep communication lines open. If you don't get the call back,don't take it as a personal snub. Take it as an oppertunity to take initiative and demonstrate that you have a path mapped out for your new career
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