I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Kaiser Permanente (Bakersfield, CA) in February 2018.
I applied in November 2017 in Bakersfield, CA and got call for interview in Feb, 2018. I almost forgot that I had ever applied for Kaiser job. They took a technical over phone and a week later another interview. My thought process for a data analyst interview was more technical but surprisingly it was a general interview as if kind of a formality. They didn't check for any technical expertise but actually looking for a kind of character you are. I was asked to be honest and probably my over honesty resulted in my rejection that I came to know after 2 weeks...
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Kaiser Associates (Washington, DC) in August 2016.
Had an initial phone screen after employee referral. Consultant asked a couple of questions about my resume and then went onto the case which was relatively simple even though I have very little experience with casing. Got through to the Super Day. Really enjoyed speaking with the senior-level/partner team members, but one of the associate consultants seemed to take a stress-case approach. In person case interview was much harder than by phone - market entry case involving market sizing, analysis, and recommendation for healthcare company.
Overall a good experience but strangely never heard back from recruiter. I followed up with recruiter after 3 weeks to try and get a confirmation but never heard from her then either. Obviously I assume I am not getting an offer, but seems unprofessional to leave candidates in the dark.
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