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Phone screen, then group interview 1-2 weeks later, then they requested references that day and stated calling references by the end of the next week, after all references called got the offer 2 days later. Then started the pre-employment drug test and background check process.

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The recruiter told me they usually do a preliminary clearance which takes about a week .

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10 years i just did mine three days ago

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Apply online, reviewed by the recruiter, if qualified for the position, referred to the hiring manager, if the finalist, offer will be extended, drug screening, background check, health check up, new employee orientation and start.

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You have to be certified by taking a MA exam (theres a bunch to choose from) and graduate from an accredited MA school.

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First advantage is who they use for all their background checks

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Yes, for everyone with patient contact, it was required.

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Unknown, google licensing requirements in Washington, USA.

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