I worked at Maxim Healthcare Services part-time (More than a year)
Works with schedule ,easy to work with ,good hours
Long Commute,organization,updating policies,distancing from employee residential area
Advice to Management
I'm a satisfied former employee
I applied for the position online and was contacted less than a week later for a 30 minute phone screening. Following the phone screening I was invited to the office for an in person interview which lasted about an hour and a half. Most of the questions were used to gauge personality and fit for the position /ability to work in a team. Following the in person interview I was invited back for a "pit sit" or shadow day. During the pit sit I got to meet the employees in the office and see the recruiters day to day tasks up close. The pit sit gave a good understanding of the job and helped me decide if it was something I'd be interested in. After the pit sit I was asked to come back and do a final interview with the regional manager where I was asked some more formal questions to double check my fit for the position. I felt like I could contact anyone with questions along the way, they made the process smooth and pleasant!
Congratulations Dr. William Queale, Senior Medical Advisor at Maxim Healthcare Services for an outstanding job as a guest speaker at the Capitol Hill social determinants of health briefing. Dr. Queale discussed how Maxim utilizes community health workers to address social determinants and reduce avoidable healthcare utilization. See more of his insights at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQy7T #socialdeterminants #maximhealthcare
Maxim Healthcare Services and Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing have partnered to develop an online training program for emergency management of home mechanical ventilation (HMV) patients. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQyLL