What is an in-house recruiter? What is the difference between in-house recruiters and headhunters?
An in-house recruiter works to find the best fit for the candidate as well as the hospital or practice. Outside search firms are often paid on commission per placement and are more focused on the placement than finding the perfect match. In-house recruiters have the flexibility and freedom to help you find your ideal position in the communities we serve and reside in.
What can I expect from INSPR recruiters?
Because of the many locations across the state, INSPR members can often provide you multiple practice locations and settings for your consideration.
INSPR members can provide more information than search firms and because they are in-house with the system they have a thorough working knowledge of the practices for which they are recruiting. The recruiters have an established and long-term relationship with their hospitals and their medical staffs.
What are the steps in the recruiting process?
After your initial contact, one of our recruiters will review your experience and interest and will speak to you in more detail about the opportunity and best understand your ideal practice setting. The recruiter will discuss the best match for your qualifications and make the right connections for you with medical staff and hospital leadership. The recruiter will work closely to help you connect with only the positions that are a good match for your career planning.
What are the benefits to practicing medicine in Indiana?
Indiana has an efficient licensing process; typically taking 90 days or less. The AMA has designated Indiana as one of the nation’s top “physician friendly” states due to its favorable malpractice status and Indiana has a reasonable cost of living and is a great place to raise a family.