Interview Like a Pro: The Pediatric Therapy Clinician’s Guide

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by The PediaStaff Team, copyright 2013

pencilsYou worked exceptionally hard to get where you are.   Now, it’s time to make the most of all of that and land the speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, or school psychology or physical therapy job of your dreams.    The following series of blog posts will help you prepare and interview with confidence and poise!  Please note: that while some of the advice offered here may seem obvious to you, it might not be obvious to everyone, and we would rather share things that sound basic rather than omit something that we assume you know.

These tips are provided for your consideration for both direct-hire positions as well as contract assignments.

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Part One: The Preparation
(Before Setting Up Any Interviews)

 

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Part Two:  The Interview
General Tips for Both Phone and Face to Face Interviews

 

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Part Three:  Nail the Details
Specific Clinical Questions to Be Prepared For

 

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Part Four:  They Are Interested!  Now What?

 

 

 

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