It takes a little bit per say. There is the interview process, then if a person is considered, referrals are contacted, then if a person is hired there is the drug test and back ground check, then there is the orientation process then you have a 1-3 day mini orientation with the department in which you are hired for.
Answered - Education Systems Coordinator /Service Coordinator (Former Employee) - Little Rock, AR
Ten week training to become foster parent.
Answered - Foster Parent (Former Employee) - Clinton, NC
Not long at all but I don't think I went through the normal process. The family I work for decided to switch companies so I didn't have to go through the interview process.
Answered - Direct Support Staff (Current Employee) - Midland, NC
It was easy to get hired
Answered - Paraprofessional (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
Not much just bring documents and do interview then a regular cna employee will train you
Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) - Miami, FL
If I remember it was about 3-4 days.
Answered - Bus Monitor (Former Employee) - Manchester, NH
Less than a week
Answered - Packaging (Former Employee) - Soperton, GA
I interviewed once and I was hired on the spot.
Answered - Coordinator of Curriculum & Assessment (K-12) (Former Employee) - Manchester, NH
It took me over a week before I started working because you have to take a lot of tests and requirements.
Answered - Nanny/Babysitter (Former Employee) - Valley City, ND
I was hired rather quickly. Filled out application, went to job interview, was offered job once background check was completed.
Answered - Residential Instructor (Former Employee) - Des Moines, IA