WHEN TO SHARE MY CV WITH A RECRUITER

Helpful Hint for physicians in a job search: Permission to share CV It is imperative that you protect your CV and your confidentiality in your search for a new position. You may send your CV to the Recruiter but they should never release it without your permission. What are the standards that ethical Recruiters follow? Recruiter should tell you... Name of the hospital, clinic or group Location of opportunity With whom the CV will be shared Information on the opportunity/assignment This is the minimum standard in the industry. If you get a vague answer such as Northern Michigan do not (...)

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Why providers work with recruiters

Providers may ask themselves why respond to a recruiter versus submitting my CV directly to the hospital. What is the role of a recruiter? The answer is….Searching for the right practice is a process. Practicing medicine is also a process involving several support professionals. Recruiters have a role to help you gather information and help you through the process. You cannot make a decision about a job or locums assignment until you have gathered the necessary information. This involves the practice details, volume, call, support staff, other providers, and financial package as well the city you will be working/relocating to. (...)

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The Proper Way to Accept a Physician CV Referral from a Firm

At times working with physician search and locum tenens firms can lead to duplication of efforts or confusion. A reputable firm wants to make your job easier by providing the pertinent information you need as well as not create a dispute around the referral. NAPR (National Association of Physician Recruiters) and NALTO (National Association of Locum Tenens Organizations) have standards by which their members have agreed to abide by. Member Firms agree to do the following. Examine the education, employment, background of the physician and interview them before making a referral Match the qualifications of the physician’s credentials to your (...)

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