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MTMHI staff work as quickly as possible to on-board new employees. All applicants who complete and are recommended for employment via the face-to-face interview process are required to complete pre-employment background checks by the FBI and TBI as well as pre-employment drug testing before the hiring process can continue. Once these steps are completed and the applicant is cleared by management, then the applicant will submit all necessary information such as proof of education and personal identification documents to the HR Office. The usual time frame from interview to hire date is approximately two weeks. MTMHI has two new employee orientations per month during most months. For more information on our application and hiring processes, please contact the Office of Human Resources.

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Yes, weekend shifts are required for most direct care positions at MTMHI. Schedules are different depending on the assignment, shift, etc. When possible, management may consider adjustments to schedules to assist staff with a work/life balance. MTMHI is an inpatient hospital that operates on a 24/7 basis; therefore, staff must be on site to care for the patients. If you would like additional information, please feel free to contact our Office of Human Resources.

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The answer to this question would depend on how many years of experience the LPN has in this field. for more specific information, please feel free to contact MTMHI's Office of Human Resources.

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