Dayton VA Holds Recruitment Event, Hires Advanced Medical Support Assistants

DAYTON, OH (WDTN) — The Dayton, Virginia Medical Center held a recruitment event in an effort to find qualified professionals seeking employment in the healthcare industry.

On Saturday, March 18, the Dayton, Virginia Medical Center hosted an advanced medical support assistant recruitment event to fill 21 active positions in the hospital’s practice management service.

Organizational officials say the need for help is increasing. Hiring professionals work tirelessly to fill open positions in the healthcare industry by offering compensation packages and benefits. By offering benefits, the healthcare organization is trying to attract potential people who are looking for a career in healthcare.

Christy Grow, HR Specialist at Recruitment Events in Dayton, Virginia, says the need for workers is inevitable and important because, after all, Dayton Virginia has to take care of veterans in hospitals and they need people with experience. .

“It is a bit difficult to find qualified candidates. They want me to be more involved in the community so people know what VA has to offer in terms of jobs and benefits,” Grow said. “All of this is a permanent, full-time position that we are hiring today, and we understand the need for our institution to hire enough people so that we can fully care for our veterans.”

Once the hiring manager can review the candidate’s resume, if the individual is qualified and eligible, the hiring manager will then escort the candidate to the audience to continue the interview process.

If the person is selected, they will go to the multi-purpose room to complete the last steps of completing the paperwork and receive their preliminary job offer in Dayton, Virginia.

“They dragged me back to another room and they only did it to a few people. Then I waited about 20 minutes and one of the girls took me aside and said that if I can get my email and accept the job, then I got the job,” said Amber Rogers, a job seeker who was hired at the event.

During the first hour of the event, 106 applicants were in attendance and eight people were hired locally, including Rogers.

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