FAQs

 

 
Did you know?

We have an online application system with a variety of features to assist applicants in their employment search. The Job Agent feature will notify registered users of posted positions that you have identified as potential positions of interest. You can check the status of your Application by logging into the Online Application System and clicking on the Application History feature to monitor the status of your Application through the recruitment process.


Frequently asked questions

Should I include all of my previously held positions/jobs on my application?
Yes. Please provide a full work history to ensure a proper evaluation of your work experience and credentials.

When will I be contacted for an interview?
Once our Human Resources Department receives your resume and/or application, our Recruiters will review it and if appropriate, forward to the hiring manager for consideration. If the hiring manager is interested in scheduling an interview, based on your qualifications, then a Human Resources Representative will contact you to schedule an interview.

Where do I get a copy of the job description and salary information for a posted position?
The job description and salary are discussed at the time of your interview. If you would like to obtain this information prior to your interview, please contact the Human Resources office at (603) 354-5454 and speak with the Recruiter associated with the posted position.

I’m scheduled for an interview. Where should I park?
Please plan on parking in any of the visitor parking available in the front of the building. View directions to Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock-Keene.
Traffic can be busy, so give yourself extra time to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled interview.

I am unable to keep my scheduled interview, who should I contact?
Please call Human Resources at (603) 354-5454 ext. 6520 to reschedule your interview.

What kind of Orientation is provided?
All new hires are required to participate in General and Net Learning Orientation. The orientation covers a range of topics including, policies, benefits, and department specific orientation.

What are the requirements for practicing Nursing in New Hampshire?
For information about practicing nursing in the state, contact the New Hampshire Board of Nursing at (603) 271-2323 (nursing) or (603) 271-6282 (nursing assistant).

Where do I learn about Allied Health Careers in New Hampshire?
For information about practicing Allied Health in the state, contact the New Hampshire Office of Licensed Allied Health Professionals at (603) 271-8389.

If you have a question that is not answered here, contact us through our Human Resources Contact Form.