In Florida, hospitals and medical facilities require staffing based on industry demands. The administrators review their staffing requirements and compare it to their budget. They seek real opportunities to increase their resources without facing unnecessary costs. A medical recruiter helps the facilities find qualified staffing without the common hindrances of the hiring process.
Assessing Medical Training
The recruiters assess the candidate’s medical training. Each position at a hospital or medical facility requires specific training. This could include specific degree programs. The administrators may want an employee that completed specific coursework. For this reason, the recruiter reviews the candidate’s transcripts and determines if they fulfilled these requirements. The recruiter must verify all requested medical training before recommending a candidate.
Identifying a Valid License and Certification
Most medical professionals must obtain a license to perform any services. They were required to complete an examination to receive the license. They must also renew their licenses according to the laws in Florida. If they hold any certifications, they must provide evidence of related programs. They may also be required to become recertified in these specializations. The candidate must provide details about their certification. This enables the recruiter to verify it.
Verifying Medical Experience
All candidates submit a resume that shows all their medical experience. The recruiter compares their medical experience with the requirements for each medical vacancy. All medical experience listed on the resume is verified through the candidate’s previous employer. The recruiter conducts a search to determine if any complaints were filed against the candidate.
Evaluating Skill Level
A recruiter must conduct skill assessments for each candidate. The assessments present real world scenarios to the candidates. The candidate must identify the best course of action based on the circumstances presented. This determines if the candidate possesses the right skills for the job.
In Florida, hospitals and medical facilities approach staffing agencies when they need high-quality candidates. The agencies perform assessments that determine which candidates qualify for open medical positions. They assign a recruiter to find medical candidates that meet the qualifications of the facility’s administrator. Hospitals and medical facilities that need a new staff contact 360 Healthcare Staffing now.