This really depends on you. The hiring process can take as little as a few days, including onboarding documents and health screenings. Submit your resume and interview with a recruiter, complete your hiring documents electronically, complete screening process (drug screen, background check, health documents), and begin working!
Answered by Medical Staffing Network
Took 3 days, initial call, next day in person interview, then you interview with the potential employer, after they get the ok, they send you to get your physical and drug test a week later your are working.
Answered - Insurance Verification Specialist/Data Entry (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
I think it depends on who you're dealing with. Its been 3 plus weeks for me...finally another recruiter took over my file, but I have other offers for FT now. Lots of delays.
Approx 1 week
Answered - Agency LPN (Former Employee) - OKC, OK
3 months and they send you to a clinical to get vaccines and you have to pay $200
Answered - Medical Assistant (Former Employee) - Jackson health miami
I was hired almost immediately after interview. The process was as follows:
Submitted my resume
Got a contact call from the agency regarding my resume and their client.
MSN set up a telephone interview
Interviewed with the company
Offered and accepted the position
Answered - Contractor (Former Employee) - Stillman, NJ
The hiring process its self does not take long at all. there is a background check involved along with a tb test.
Answered - Certified Nurses Assistant (Current Employee) - Davenport, IA
2 weeks from-initial interview and start date.
Answered - FINANCIAL SERVICES COORDINATOR (Former Employee) - Houston, TX