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Resume & Interview Tips

Make a great impression by following our tips to write your resume and interview for a position at Asante.

Resume Tips

Give yourself the best chance for consideration by making your resume well-organized and tailoring it to the position you’re applying to. When you create your resume:

  • Choose a font that is easy to read in 10- or 12-point font. Use bold headers.
  • Give a complete work and education history. List jobs in chronological order from current to oldest. Include job titles and reasons for leaving.
  • Highlight your unique accomplishments, skills and strengths. List certifications that are relevant to the position.
  • Keep length to two pages or less.
  • Make your resume eye-catching but simple and easy to read.
  • Use correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Have another person review your resume to find any errors.
  • Use action words.
  • Include a career summary — a brief overview of who you are and what you do — instead of an objective statement.

If your skills match the position qualifications, a recruiter may contact you by email or phone to schedule a phone interview.

Phone Interview

Talk to the recruiter about the department or location you’re interested in. Your recruiter will give you a timeline of when to expect information by phone or email about next steps after the phone interview.

On-Site or Video Interview

If you move forward in the process, you’ll have an on-site or video interview. Learn more about the job application and interview process at Asante.

Interview Tips

To do well:

  • Before your interview, prepare responses to typical job interview questions. Think of experiences that highlight your skills and show your successes.
  • Research Asante. When you talk about your accomplishments, relate them to what Asante is looking for.
  • Prepare a list of questions to ask your interviewer.
  • Dress professionally.
  • Bring a portfolio, copies of your resume, a pen and paper for taking notes.
  • Arrive five to 10 minutes early.
  • Be confident and calm. Maintain eye contact with your interviewer.
  • Listen to the entire question before you answer. Be honest.

After the Interview

Send a thank-you note or email within 24 hours of your interview. Restate your interest in the position. If you met multiple people, send each one a thank you.

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Melanie Lyda, RN – Asante Three Rivers Medical Center

The best thing about working for Asante is the people I have the honor of meeting every day, from my coworkers to my patients and their friends and families. Our community is filled with amazing people and the atmosphere at Asante is always friendly and welcoming. Melanie Lyda, RN – Asante Three Rivers Medical Center

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What I love about being a part of Asante is the relationship that I have developed with employees and the communities we serve. Asante has been extremely supportive in my career development and it is rewarding to utilize my skills in giving back to the community. Karline Kleker, Manager of Practice Operations, Asante White City Family Medicine & Urgent Care