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Medix Careers

Chicago, IL
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Staffing & Outsourcing
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year


Medix was built on the principle of becoming a leading provider workforce solutions for clients and candidates across the Healthcare, Scientific and Information Technology industries. It’s with those very principles that Medix have been able to build a strong ... Read more

Mission: Medix is committed to fulfilling its Core Purpose as an organization - positively impacting lives. As we have evolved as an organization, we have uncovered four values that are the essence of who we are as an organization, set us apart from others and guide us towards our Core ... Read more

Medix Reviews

  • "Great place for young professionals"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Account Executive
    Current Employee - Account Executive
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Medix full-time (More than 5 years)


    Good training program, energetic people excited about what they do


    recruitment is a tough business

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Medix Photos

Medix photo of: The team gathers at Kick Off 2018 with one of our favorite partners - Aspire Chicago!
Medix photo of: Our CEO makes breakfast for the team!
Medix photo of: When twinning happens, our KC Office Takes a Picture!
Medix photo of: NFL Jersey Day in our Chicago Office!
Medix photo of: Jordan paid off her student loans with the help of Peanut Butter - our partner providing student loan assistance benefits!
Medix photo of: Birthdays at Medix!
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Medix Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview





    I T Recruiter Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chicago, IL
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Medix (Chicago, IL).


    Started with applying in linked in and got a call from the recruiter for initial screening phone interview. All went well and was invited back for the second round of interview over the phone that lasted 2 hours with two managers. I have been out of college for two years and the first hour was asking me about my college experience, why I chose my school, what extracurricular activities I was involved with, things I regretted and liked about my college experience and a teacher reference if needed. Seemed weird to me why there were focusing on my college experience when I am not a newly graduate and I should have been talking about my past job experience. Shows that they mostly hire out of college students. They then asked for previous work references and after calling them they followed up with me to come into the final interview in office. I went and shadowed, seemed kind of like a dungeon, no one was talking and everyone dressed in suits and dresses. Was told work hours were from 730-530 which seemed ridiculous for the low pay. Went on to interview with two more managers who asked me more about my college experience and then behavioral questions ex times you worked well in a team, how you handle conflict with your manager and difficulties in life you had to overcome. Was not a casual interview, but I thought it went well. I asked for feedback and they both agreed it went great and we should be hearing from them soon. The recruiter called me the next day saying they both loved me and basically told me I had the job and to look for an email soon about next steps. I sent thank you notes to both and they responded saying they loved the time they spent with me and I should be hearing soon about the decision. I got an email a couple days later saying they have decided not to extend the offer to me. Overall, very unprofessional the way they led me on. They called me and emailed me multiple times to say how they would love to have me on the team and then just said I didnt get it. I wouldn't trust what they say if, just be cautious when you are dealing with them, which is what everyone told me but I didnt listen. If you get another offer from another recruiting company I would advise to take it because they are much better ones out there and from my experience it shows that they treat their employees like they are replaceable

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Medix Awards & Accolades

  • Best of Staffing Client List, Inavero, 2013
  • Fast 50, Crain's Chicago Business, 2013
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