It takes forever specially in the clinical lab mostly because they hold positions for as long as they can to save money and to find the employee they can manipulate. Doesn't matter how qualified you are, if you are management's BFF, you get hired.
I got a phone call about 3 weeks after applying here at indeed.com. I was asked for an in-person interview within a few days. I accepted the job offer the following week. Within the next two weeks, I had drug test, meeting with Employee Health Clinic for questions and basic physical. Because I would be working in clinics, I needed to have blood work to show immunizations were current (titers.) My background screening, school, and employment verification took longer than expected. All of it was completed the afternoon of the day I would have been in orientation. I was asked to start the next day. In hindsight, I should have waited until the next orientation date because it was a hassle trying to learn that orientation info in drips and drabs the following weeks.
It depends on a position. Could be as fast as a couple of weeks and could be up to a year for faculty. Most positions probably take between 1-3 months. The steps are multiple interviews with multiple people, could take awhile.
Answered - Scientist (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL
I think that the hiring process will differ from person to person. In my experience, the process took a couple of weeks.
Answered - Pressent Patient Service Specialist II (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL
Filling out the application and doing the 1st interview. If you past that then you will get the second interview within a week. Then you start the next scheduled orientation class and training.
Answered - Patient Service Specialist III (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
1 day, I applied and was hired.
Answered - Executive Assistant (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL