It took a couple weeks from the interview to the job offer.
Answered - Client Service Representative (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
The process can take about 2 weeks.
- phone interview
-in person interview
- offer letter and new hire packet to be completed
Answered - Front Office Manager (Current Employee) - Yonkers, NY
I started at one location and was hired within 2 days. Then transferred to a different location a few months later.
Answered - Veterinary Assistant (Former Employee) - Portland, OR
It took 3 days from start to finish to get hired
Answered - Assistant Customer Service Desk Manager (Former Employee) - Cypress, TX
It was quickly
Answered - Veterinarian Assistant (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
My process took less a week, I interviewed for the position on a Thursday with one supervisor, my working interview was the following Wednesday, received a job offer the next day - Thursday (today!).
My steps were: In-personal interview, working interview, and received my job offer the day after working interview.
I'd also like to note that for the working interview, which is a 2hr volunteer shift, you have to provide your own scrubs.
After you drop off your resume, it takes about a week or so for management to respond and set up an interview. They will then set up a working interview in the next week. After your working interview you'll have to contact the hospital and remind them how much you would like the job. Be persistent.
Answered - Overnight Emergency Tech assistant (Current Employee) - Cerritos, CA
Process took about one day. Was interviewed by the hospital manager and veterinarians.
Answered - Front Office Specialist (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA