Couple of months. There seems to always be a hold up with the fingerprints, background check or some misc. part, that makes the whole process long and drawn out. Would recommend having patience, if applying.
They called to schedule an interview with me via phone, and I was called again after my interview and offered the position. I called back and accepted the position and was given the time of the next available two week class that I had to attend for facility orientation to learn their computer documentation training, etc. Attending the two week training was pending passing the drug screening and physical screening that was scheduled with their NP. That visit went quickly and once I was cleared, I was on my way to the orientation. It was a rather quick and painless process.
Answered - Registered Nurse (Current Employee) - Clifton Springs, NY
My experience was very quick. From the time I applied to a job offer was a couple of weeks. I had a phone interview with a recruiter, then I had an in person interview with the manager, and lastly I had a peer interview with a supervisor.
Answered - Financial Representative (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY
It takes about a month start to finish
A couple of weeks
Answered - Manager, Regional Resource Development Specialist (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY
After the application process it does not take long to be called for an interview, after the interview comes a back round check as well as drug screening ect.
Answered - Clinical Lab Tech III (Current Employee) - Rochester, NY
About 3 weeks to go through orientation and your physical and drug test
Answered - Medical Assistant (Current Employee) - Rochester, NY