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BMI Healthcare is the UK's Number 1 private hospital group with over 70 Hospitals and clinics nationwide.

BMI Healthcare is the acute private hospital division of General Healthcare Group and is the largest independent provider of private health care in the UK. It is committed to providing a consistent, high quality service to local communities. As the largest independent provider of acute surgical services, BMI Healthcare has been at the forefront of the drive to improve clinical and non-clinical service standards across the independent sector, calling for and contributing to new regulation that was introduced in 2002. Address BMI National Enquiry Centre Unit1, Cameron Court Cameron Street Hillington Park Glasgow G52 4JX Web: www.bmihealthcare.co.uk Tel: 0808 101 0337 About BMI BMI Healthcare is the acute private hospital division of General Healthcare Group and is the largest independent provider of private health care in the UK. It is committed to providing a consistent, high quality service to local communities. BMI Healthcare has over 70 hospitals and healthcare facilities nationwide, each serving the health care needs of the local community. BMI hospitals have an enviable reputation for providing excellent medical and surgical facilities supported by state-of-the-art equipment and a high standard of nursing care, within pleasant and comfortable surroundings. Equipped with the latest technology, BMI hospitals perform more complex surgery than any other independent private health care provider in the country. Handling over 250,000 inpatient and 1,000,000 outpatient visits each year, nearly half the procedures undertaken for patients are of a major or complex nature. BMI hospitals attract consultants from a wide range of specialties, most of whom have extensive experience gained within the NHS. Supported by BMI Healthcare's high calibre staff, they are able to undertake a wide range of procedures from routine investigations to the most complex, high acuity cases such as cardiac and neuro surgery. Each hospital has an experienced doctor on-site 24 hours a day to support patient care and a fully qualified nursing, clinical and support team plus diagnostic and treatment technology relevant to the patient procedures undertaken. BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital in Harrow, Middlesex is part of BMI Healthcare, Britain's leading provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals & clinics, 15 hospitals and treatment centres in London, performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country. Our commitment is to quality and value, providing facilities for advanced surgical procedures together with friendly, professional care. BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital provides services to adults and children from birth to age 16. The hospital has 141 beds with all rooms offering the privacy and comfort of en-suite facilities, satellite TV, wifi and telephone. The hospital has five theatres, an endoscopy suite, a level III Intensive Care unit and offers a self-pay, walk-in 8am - 10pm Emergency Care Centre. These facilities, combined with the latest in technology and on-site support services, enable our consultants to undertake a wide range of procedures from routine investigations to complex surgery. This specialist expertise is supported by caring and professional medical staff, with dedicated nursing teams and resident medical officers on duty 24 hours a day, providing care within a friendly and comfortable environment.

BMI Bishops Wood Hospital in Northwood, Middlesex is part of BMI Healthcare, Britain's leading provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals & clinics, including 15 hospitals and treatment centres in London, performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country. Our commitment is to quality and value, providing facilities for advanced surgical procedures together with friendly, professional care. BMI Bishops Wood Hospital is a 41 bedded acute care unit, built within the grounds of Mount Vernon Hospital, working in partnership with the NHS. The specialist facilities available at Mount Vernon, combined with the latest in technology and on-site support services, enable our consultants to undertake a wide range of procedures from routine investigations to complex surgery. This expertise is supported by caring and professional medical staff, with dedicated nursing teams and resident medical officers on duty 24 hours a day, providing care within a friendly and comfortable environment. The hospital offers services to children over the age of 3 years and also offers private GP appointments and physiotherapy services. The hospital specialises in oncology services and works as part of the Mount Vernon Cancer Network to offer treatment for a wide range of cancers. Orthopaedics is another area of focus, with specialists available for consultation each day across a full range of musculoskeletal conditions. Our consultants work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, supported by our in-house physiotherapists and imaging department. BMI Charities At BMI Healthcare, we pride ourselves not only on improving the health of our patients, but also in contributing positively to our communities by supporting various charitable causes. BMI Corporate Offices and BMI hospitals have supported several charitable and non-profit organisations through sponsorships and fundraising efforts including walks, marathons, golf tournaments, coffee mornings, fancy dress days and even duck raffles. The following are a sample of organisations that BMI supports: The Patients Association. The Patients Association was set up more than 40 years ago to promote the voice of patients in healthcare. They are a registered charity based in North London that invite patients to share their experiences of their treatment in order to help health providers improve their services. Royal College of Surgeons. BMI Healthcare provides 20,000 per year, as part of a threeyear sponsorship for The Royal College of Surgeons of England. Wellbeing of Women (WoW). BMI Women's Health are proud to sponsor Wellbeing of Women (WoW) which is the only UK charity funding research into all aspects of womens reproductive health. Beating Bowel Cancer. Beating Bowel Cancer is a leading registered UK charity for bowel cancer patients, working to raise awareness of symptoms, promote early diagnosis and encourage open access to treatment choice for those affected by bowel cancer. The charity was founded in 1999 and through its work it aims to help save lives from this common cancer. BackCare. BackCare is a national charity that aims to reduce the burden of back pain by providing information and support, promoting good practice and funding research. BackCare acts as a hub between patients, (healthcare) professionals, employers, policy makers, researchers and all others with an interest in back pain. The Prostate Cancer Charity. The Prostate Cancer Charity was set up in 1996 in response to the urgent need to increase investment in prostate cancer research and to raise public and political awareness of a long neglected disease. The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). BMI Healthcare has provided a 20,000 sponsorship of The Royal College of Annual National Primary Care Conference Up-Front - The Chiltern Breast Cancer Support Group. Up Front is a non-profit making group, which is run on a voluntary basis to provide a support network to breast cancer sufferers. Cancer Research UK. In aid of Cancer Research UK, BMI Healthcare sponsored a unique calendar where the models, all cancer survivors, swapped their clothes for body paints!

NHS Organ Donor Register. The NHS Organ Donor Register helps save thousands of lives every year. Operating as a special health authority in the NHS, we are the organ donor organisation for the UK and responsible for matching and allocating donated organs. British Heart Foundation. The British Heart Foundation is one of the UKs biggest charities, with a vision of a world in which people do not die prematurely from heart disease. TO ALL BMI NURSES: BMI Healthcare, the UK's Number 1 private hospital group with over 70 Hospitals and clinics nationwide will recruit nurses for its 3 hospitals. The Clementine Churchill Hospital, Chelsfield Park Hospital and Bishopswood Hospital. Clementine Churchill needs Theatre, ICU and ward nurses Chelsfield Park needs ICU and HDU or CCU nurses Bishopswood needs Oncology and theatre nurses The same salary will be offered to all nurses, regardless of the hospital you will be assigned to which is as follows: Pre ONP minimum of 19,500 Post ONP minimum of 22,000 plus allowances (unsocial hours Mon-Fri nights +30% and Sundays and Bank Holidays +60%) All arrangements for other costs will be the same across all hospitals, i.e.: Visa costs will be paid by BMI and not reclaimed Salary advance will be 100 per week for first 4 weeks, reclaimed from salary over months 5 months First months rent paid by BMI and not reclaimed ONP cost will be paid by hospital and reclaimed from salary timeframe TBC Should you have any concerns, please let me know. Thank You & Regards, ROSELLE G. PADILLA Documentation & Processing Consultant ASC GLOBAL RECRUITMENT An Affiliate of Drake International 18 Floor Trident Tower Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. Makati City. Tel. +632 753-1522 local 102 Mobile: +639 917-8652814 Email: rpadilla@drakeintl.co.uk Website: www.ascglobalrecruitment.com

50 Most Asked Job Interview Questions and How to Answer Them


1. Tell me about yourself.
Keep the answer job or skill related.

2. Tell me about your dream job.


Don't mention a specific job. Say something generic like, "I want a job where I love the work and the people I

work with."

3. Why did you leave your last job?


Never refer to a major problem with management or say undesirable things about your supervisors, coworkers or the organization. Keep smiling and talk about leaving for a positive reason such as an opportunity, or a chance to do something better.

4. What is your weakness?


Always try to give a positive answer. For example, "It takes me a long time to get ready in the morning, so I set my alarm two hours ahead of my time in for work."

5. What are your strengths?


Sell yourself. Say how you can be a desirable employee for the company.

6. What do you know about the type of work we do?


Do a research about the company before going to the job interview.

7. Why should we hire you?


This is your chance to show why working for the company is important to you and why you think you will fit in. Don't mention other applicants for comparison.

8. Tell me about a suggestion you have made.


This will show that you care about the company's growth. Use an example that was accepted and successful, especially one that is related to the position.

9. Do you consider yourself successful?


You should always answer yes. Success doesn't necessarily have to be big ones, just mention how you have achieved goals you have set for yourself.

10. Why have you been unemployed for such a long time?
Mention the activities you have done that would help market yourself like trainings or short courses you attended, or for example say, "I gave birth and had to take care of my baby and this experience taught me so much about patience and time management.

11. What do co-workers say about you?


Recall good things that your co-workers have said like, "My manager, Mr. Santos, once told me that I am a very organized person".

12. How long would you expect to work for us if hired?


Don't give a specific answer. Say something like, "I plan on staying for long." or "As long as we both feel I'm doing a good job."

13. Do you think you are overqualified for this position?


Regardless of your qualifications, state that you are very well qualified for the position. Or you may say something like, "I don't think I am overqualified, but I am fully qualified."

14. Have you ever had to fire anyone? How did you feel about that?
If you had, always explain yourself in a way that implies you did not want to, but had to.

15. Are you applying for other jobs?


Be honest. If you are considered an asset to the company, they just might give you a good salary offer to get you to work with them, instead of the other companies you are applying to.

16. Describe your management style.


Mention how you deal with your subordinates or your projects like, "I provide team members with effective guidance and motivation to complete assignments on time so our projects succeed." Or you can simply say "For me, good communication among members is the best way."

17. Are you a team player?


The answer should always be a yes then cite examples. You may mention situations where you were part of a group or organization, and the activities you've had that show you worked well with them.

18. What is your philosophy towards work?


Don't give a monologue here. Say something short and positive like, "My philosophy is to do my best at all times."

19. What position do you prefer on a team working on a project?


You may say you are comfortable with any position in the team, may it be the leader, or follower. This shows that you can lead a team but at the same time also able to follow directions. This shows you are flexible.

20. Have you ever been asked to leave a position?


If you have, be honest and never say anything negative about your former boss or company. Focus on saying positive like how much you have grown from the experience.

21. What irritates you about co-workers?


Do not speak badly of your past co-workers, as this reflects a flaw on your attitude, not theirs. Divert the negativity posed by the question. Assure the interviewer you get along well with fellow co-workers.

22. Why do you think you would do well at this job?


Mention your skills, experience and interest.

23. What is more important to you: the money or the work?


You can say something like, "Both are important because everybody needs money to live but job satisfaction is also important."

24. What has been your biggest professional disappointment?


Mention something that was beyond your control but show acceptance and no negative feelings.

25. What would your previous supervisor say your strongest point is?
There are many good qualities you can mention but be sure to give an example or a situation to back your answer. Or if you have a recommendation letter you may say, "I believe my supervisor would say that my strongest point is that I'm reliable, hard-working, efficient, timely, and responsible. I know this because he has written it in my letter of recommendation. Would you like to see it?"

26. Tell me about a problem you had with a supervisor.


Never mention a problem or anything negative about your supervisor. Try to think and then come up with none.

27. Are you willing to work overtime? Nights? Weekends?


This is up to you. Be totally honest.

28. Tell me about your ability to work under pressure.


You may say that you thrive under certain types of pressure. Give an example that relates to the type of position applied for.

29. How do you propose to compensate for your lack of experience?


You may point out that you are a quick learner and hard worker. Or state experiences that may not be from work but are somewhat related like for a managerial position, you may cite experiences you had as a leader in a school project.

30. Do your skills match this job or another job more closely?
Never give the interviewer the impression that you are more interested on other jobs.

31. Tell me about the most fun you have had on the job.
Talk about having fun but at the same time accomplishing something like a team building you had where you gained a good relationship with your co-workers.

32. Would you be willing to relocate if required?


Be honest. Discuss with your family beforehand, assuming this question should come up.

33. What motivates you to do your best on the job?


Some examples are challenge, achievement, recognition, integrity.

34. How would you know you were successful on this job?
You can say something like, "When I have achieved all the goals that were set and I have given more than what is expected of me."

35. Are you willing to put the interests of the organization ahead of your own?
Just say yes. This is a test of your loyalty.

36. What qualities do you look for in a boss?


Be generic and positive. Some examples are fair, competent, good motivator.

37. How do you see yourself five years from now?


If you answer that you have not thought about it or you have no plans yet, the interviewer could conclude you have no vision and goals. Say something that is achievable but not too low as this could imply you lack initiative. It should be consistent with the objective on your resume and the skills you mentioned you have.

38. What have you learned from mistakes on the job?


Mention mistakes you've had but be sure to focus more on the lessons you have learned from that mistake.

39. Do you have any blind spots?


Don't say something specific but just say everyone has them that's why working as a team is very important to point out and cover each other's blind spots. This answer diverts the question to how you are as a team player.

40. If you were hiring a person for this job, what would you look for?
Mention qualities that are needed for the position that you have.

41. Tell me about a time when you helped resolve a dispute between others.
Pick a specific incident and what role you played in its resolution.

42. Describe your work ethic.


Emphasize benefits to the organization. Things like, determination to get the job done and work hard but enjoy your work are good.

43. What are your expectations from this job/company?


You will be able to answer this question well through company research and self-assessment. Think as if you are already part of the company. You may say something like, "I expect challenging tasks."

44. Do you have references?


Contact your references ahead of time and have their names and contact details ready

45. Do you have any questions for me?


Always prepare questions, but those that are not answered in the company's website or those you have not discussed. Asking questions shows you are interested to know more about the company or the job.

46. Why do you think you will be successful at this job?


You can say something like, "Basing on my research of the company and the job description, I can say that I have the skills and experience you are looking for.

47. What do you think of the last company you worked for?
As always, never say anything negative about the last company you worked for. You can say you learned a lot from the company and the job, and you consider it an important stepping stone in reaching everything you have achieved.

48. How do you handle criticism?


You can say something like, "I see criticism as an opportunity to improve my work." Then give an example where you were criticized and you handled it in a positive way like, "My manager once told me that the reports I gave him were unorganized so I tried to review my past reports and asked if he had any preferences. I followed my manager's suggestions and reconstructed my reports. My manager was happy with all the reports I handed him after that."

49. Do you feel you are ready to take on greater responsibilities?


Employers ask this especially if the position you are applying for is higher than your former position. This is for them to gauge if you are up for the challenge of the new position. Give a positive answer and show them you are the job.

50. What are your activities and interests outside of work?


Say something about your interest and how it can help you on the job you are applying for. Like basketball can teach you team work, or baking can teach you accuracy. If you are applying for a job that requires you to be fit, you may mention physical activities that you do like swimming or any other sport.