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Interviewing 1008

Interviewing 1008

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Published by: Ram on Sep 10, 2009
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How to effectively manage your job search
Providence Physician Services & Development
Know what you want
Recruiters: in-house vs. external
Phone screening effectively
Site visit success
Know what you want
Where do you and your spouse want to live?
Social activitiesChurchSchoolsDemographicsAccess to airport/ extended familyAccess to arts and culture
What’s important to you in a practice?
Hours/weekCall scheduleEmployed vs. private practiceCompensationPersonality of other physiciansSupport of the hospitalProcedures you’re willing to do
What kind of work / life balance do you want?
Recruiters: the first step
In-house vs. external
In-house recruiters are salariedemployees of each hospital or theorganization conducting the search
Their job is to help the hospital or thegroup find the best fit
Typically live and know the local area
Recruiters: the first step
External recruiters are paid oncommission
They will only tell you about jobs withhospitals or groups that have agreed topay their fee typically $20,000 -$30,000
Most likely to place you rural environmentswho have difficulty recruiting
Typically not locally based
Recruiters: phone screen
Typical Questions
What caught your interest about this position?Why are you interested in this community?
Have you ever visited before?Do you have family or friends here?
What is important to you in a practice?Where are you in your search
Actively interviewing?Pending contracts?Timeframe?

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