We are a purpose driven healthcare company that takes great pride in what we do. Our sales teams are made up of AM's, true business development professionals calling on healthcare facilities all across the country selling our staffing services. While our RC's head hunt physicians nationally to fill those jobs.
How to Get Hired
We asked Mint Physician Staffing for some inside information on how to get hired at the organization. Here is what they had to say.
What key characteristics tell you a prospective employee will be a great fit for your company?
We look for individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit, a self starter and those that are coachable. We also encourage recent college graduates to apply. A candidate that has previous sales or recruiting experience is also a positive. Culture is always top of mind during the hiring process, so we're constantly looking for candidates that embody the "work hard, play hard" attitude that we encourage.
What can prospective employees do to get your attention?
Demonstrate confidence and professionalism during the interview process or at college job fairs. Sales is 85% attitude and confidence and that's what we look for. Also, a candidate that is prepared with a great resume and questions for hiring managers. We want candidates interviewing us as much as we interview them.
Are there any positions or types of candidates you are particularly focused on hiring in this coming year?
Mint is always hiring. When we see talent, we want it. We are a diverse group and continuously looking for recent graduates or individuals with 1-2 years of sales or recruiting experience for our entry level sales/recruiting positions.
What should interested candidates do to find out more and get started?
Candidates interested in starting a career with Mint Physician Staffing should either go to the jobs tab on our LinkedIn company page or send resumes directly to email@example.com. Candidates that are still in college should also check their career fair company lineups, as Mint representatives always attend local collegiate career fairs.