U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps Begins the New Year with WebFair, Career Fair, and Focus Group Sessions

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Chief of Recruitment and Retention Comments On MEDCOM’s Efforts To Fill Various Positions at 70+ Military Medical Facilities Across the Nation and How Holding Focus Groups Helps Strengthen MEDCOM Hiring Practices

The Civilian Corps of the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) opens 2012 by bringing awareness to the many medical career opportunities available for civilian healthcare professionals by holding both web and career fairs in the month of January. In addition, focus group sessions will be held in the upcoming months to assist MEDCOM in its continuous efforts to hire wounded warriors and disabled professionals.

“MEDCOM has several hiring initiatives scheduled for this year, each planned to highlight current and future positions ultimately leading to the hiring of qualified medical professionals," says Dr. Harrison, Chief, Recruitment and Retention, Headquarters U.S. Army Medical Command, Civilian Human Resources Division. "The web and career fairs being held this month are great ways to kick-off what is destined to be a year of new opportunities and new hires. “

The online career fair beginning January 9th at http://www.CivilianMedicalJobs.com/webfair will provide job seekers with an interactive environment to learn more about openings, job locations and the benefits of working with the Army Medicine Civilian Corps. Visitors are also able to submit questions and receive feedback from career consultants until January 13th. After January 13th, job seekers are still able to apply and check back regularly for updates and new job listings.

On January 20th starting at 8 am at the Renaissance Austin Hotel, the Fort Hood-Darnall Army Medical Center is recruiting for immediate positions including behavioral health providers, physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and administrators. For more information, visit http://CivilianMedicalJobs.com/jobfair.

Starting the last week of January, focus group sessions will be held in Ohio, Florida, New Mexico, Oregon, and North Dakota. “We look forward to the opinions and input we will receive from our peers as well as those who are potential candidates,” says Harrison. “The information gathered will play an important role in the development of programs and affect the way MEDCOM will recruit and hire in the immediate future.”

For more information please visit the website, http://www.CivilianMedicalJobs.com and be sure to view the on-site calendar for a MEDCOM job fair near you. All press inquiries and interview requests go to kross(at)agencymabu(dot)com.


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