It takes a couple of weeks to get hired. You have to perform a background check and drug screening. If you smoke you will not be hired
Answered - Staff Nurse (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX
The recruiter for our department was very slow. It took me about 6 weeks.
Answered - Interventional Radiology Nurse (Current Employee) - Fort Worth, TX
One week. Very easy.
Answered - Staff nurse, newborn nursery (Former Employee) - Frisco, TX
I applied for a security position and it was over a month process.
Answered - Public Service Officer (Current Employee) - Irving, TX
Almost 6 months, slow and painful disorganized process through the larger Baylor Scott and White organization
Answered - Staff CRNA (Current Employee) - Waxahachie, TX 75165
It took approximately 2 months. I had a phone interview with a recruiter, then a phone and in-person interview with the manager, followed by a panel interview with members of the staff.
Answered - HIM Analyst III (Current Employee) - Ft. Worth, TX
It was virtually impossible and my applications and resume was not reviewed until someone from the inside during a "Job Fair" noticed me and handled my paperwork personally.
Answered - Patient Service Specialist (Former Employee) - Temple, TX
Answered - Oncology Floor RN (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
It took me two months to get hired after my interview.
Answered - Pre-OP Teach (Former Employee) - Waco, TX
Personally it took about a week for them to hire me.
First they call you for the interview then the orientation and last you start to work.
Answered - Housekeeping (Former Employee) - Frisco, TX