Former ER Medical Scribe, Scribe Ambassador, and Certified Trainer Scribe at PhysAssist Scribes, Inc.
almost 2 years ago
From someone who attended career fairs for PhysAssist Scribes, Inc., my best advice would be to come prepared. Dress professionally, bring a copy of your resume, research the job position prior, and if available, submit an application before the career fair. That way, the recruiter can follow up on your application same-day without having to wait for you to apply. Feel free to have some questions ready as well, such as questions about the job itself, or even the hiring and training process. If you get their contact information, send a follow up email within 48 hours thanking to reintroduce yourself, remind the recruiter that you already submit an application, and politely thank them for their time.
Medical Scribe and Trainer at PhysAssist Scribes, Inc.
almost 2 years ago
PhysAssist looks for people who are confident, comfortable interacting with others, detail-oriented, willing to undergo a pretty lengthy onboarding process, conscientious, and eager to learn. Bring your resume and be prepared to discuss the company.
In order to market yourself, you should show extreme interest in the Medical field and preferably have a future plan to work in health care. Explain to the recruiter that you have the competency to work in team environments extremely well, can multitask and operate Under quick and stressful environments without getting held up or flustered. Show a general understanding for medical terminology and treatment styles as well as leadership skills.
When approaching a recruiter at a career fair, introduce yourself and ask about the position. It is important to tell them your major or career plans (hopefully in the medical field) for them to know whether or not you are a good fit for this job. This is also a good time to mention any experience you have in a hospital, clinic or medical field in general. Be direct and ask for a card with an email or phone number.