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Practice for the NYP Hiring Process

NewYork-Presbyterian is one of the most inclusive, cohesive academic health care delivery systems, devoted to providing compassionate care for their patients. They offer a wide range of opportunities for their employees, setting them up for success in improving the lives of people around the world.

Whether you are interested in a full-time job or a position in the NYP internship program, below is a short summary of the recruiting process you may face:

Application: When looking for available jobs, you can search online and submit your online profile information. During the application process, you can upload your resume and list your work experiences as well.

Telephone Interview: If the hiring team considers you to be a good fit for the position, they will schedule a phone call to learn more about you. The phone interview may be a 30-minute discussion about your knowledge, skills, and career goals.

In-Person Interview: The onsite interviews can be technical, competency, or behavioral-based. Interviewers will ask you specific questions pertaining to your past experiences, your behavioral tendencies, and your understanding of the required skills.

Tests: Psychometric testing occurs during the NYP assessment process, offering employers further insight and knowledge about your skill set and cognitive abilities with NYP tests.

The NYP Assessment Test Process

You may be required to take NYP aptitude tests depending on the type of job position you apply for. The NYP test process may include DDI pre-employment examinations, such as the DDI Leadership Assessment which has a complete method of evaluating one’s leadership capabilities. Additional assessment tests include the Leader Career Battery (LCB), predicting applicants’ effort and efficiency when working. The Leadership Insight Inventory (LII) identifies candidates’ nature and leadership potential.

The Leadership Readiness Assessment (LRA) measures one’s behavioral tendencies and flexibility within the workplace. The Health Care Leader Career Battery offers a deeper understanding of candidates’ character traits. The Adaptive Reasoning Test (ART) showcases one’s cognitive and figural reasoning abilities. Additional tests may assess one’s mathematical, verbal, and logical reasoning capabilities.

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NYP Interview Questions

Practicing before the NYP interview phase is very advisable since you are sure to feel more confident and poised once you do. Learning more about the desired job’s requirements and reciting your answers can help you prepare sufficiently.

Frequently asked questions by candidates are as follows:

  • What does NYP look for in job applicants?
  • NYP aims to hire candidates who show their positive traits and skills which employers search for in ideal candidates. Companies hire experts in numerous fields and look individuals who are team players and who are driven.
  • What can I expect throughout the NYP interview?
  • NYP focuses on candidates’ previous experiences and achievements to predict their future performance in the workplace. For this reason, face-to-face interviews will aim to assess your technical knowledge, skills and characteristics. In-person interviews are seen as a chance for you to give employers a look into your inner strengths and abilities.


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Lawrence Hospital Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital The Allen Pavilion Weill Cornell Medical Center
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