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- Week 11: Job Search, Interviewing, and Negotiation
- Week 11 Discussion: Next Steps: Job Search, Interview, and Negotiation
To do:Make forum posts: 2
Value: 100 points
Due: In an effort to facilitate scholarly discourse, create your initial post by Day 3, and reply to two of your classmates by Day 7.
Grading Category: Discussions
After completing this weekâ€™s reading and learning materials, identify four concerns or questions you have regarding the following:
- Job search process
Identify one concern/ question for each of the three categories; the fourth concern can be a second item from any category.
Reply to two of your classmates with strategies, suggestions, or answers to the questions/ concerns they posted in the initial post, utilizing material from the course as well as experience.
Please refer to the Grading Rubric for details on how this activity will be graded. The grading for the number of reply posts is based on individual Discussion Board instructions. If the rubric indicates a different number for reply posts, you will not be graded down, as long as you have followed the reply post instructions.
For this assignment to be considered complete, you must identify at least one concern or question regarding each of the following: the job search process, interviewing, and negotiation. You must post at least four questions/ concerns by Day 3. You must reply to at least two classmates and answer at least one of their questions no later than Day 7.
In reply to Devashish Rattan
Re: Week 11 Discussion: Next Steps: Job Search, Interview, and Negotiation
by Anna Hollyer – Monday, 6 November 2023, 7:36 PM
Job search process: My concern with the job search process is when I should begin! I like to be proactive but know from my current company that resumes are likely to be ignored if I’m not yet licensed.Interviewing: During interviewing, I want to ask about patient load and time for charting to ensure it is a good fit but worry that it may come across as “lazy”. Would appreciate good ideas for wording these questions.Negotiation: I would love to know a realistic new grad salary for PMHNP in Boston, Ma.Other concern: What are some red flags in physician supervisor agreements?