| Overview Candidates
Thank you for considering the use of Healthcare
Specialists LLC, for your career alternatives. The following is
designed to introduce you to the services we offer.
Healthcare Specialists LLC.,
conducts coast to coast searches and concentrates on
medical/surgical/dental, and pharmaceutical sales and marketing
positions with total compensation ranging from $45,000 to $300,000 per
year. In addition, we also recruit Dentists, Dental Hygientists, and
Our work is generated in two
ways. First, we are hired by client companies to search out specific
individuals for their positions. Secondly, when we become aware of
professionals with developed skills in an industry we work within, we
function as their confidential liaison to assist them in networking
their next move. Additionally, we have become part of a network of
strategically located executive search firms from coast to coast. This
allows the prospective candidate to inspect those constantly emerging
opportunities throughout the United States. Please be comforted to know
that we do not share your name or resume with any company or search
firm unless we have discussed the opportunity with you and received
your permission to reveal your identity.
Prior to the company interview, we will provide you with as much
information as possible in order for the interview to be a valuable use
of your time. In addition, we will coach you on proper interview
techniques; provide ongoing feedback during the process; help you in
gathering additional information; assist in compensation negotiations;
counsel you on how to best resign your position; and support you right
up to the first day at your new company; and throughout your career.
There are never any monetary charges to you at anytime; our client
companies assume all fees. -The Service is 100% Free to Prospective Job
What Healthcare Specialists LLC Expects From You? First, we ask
you to establish the criteria determining the necessary factors and
circumstances in order for you to seriously consider a different
position. Communication from you during and after the interview is
vital. We can't represent you properly without this information. In
essence, you may be the person we are seeking on behalf of one of our
client corporations at the current time or in the future. We are an
effective way for you to further your career goals.
Interview Tips Preparation
- Research the company, its
marketplace and key competitors.
- Prepare a list of relevant
questions that will help you evaluate the company and opportunity.
- Review your qualifications for
- Prepare answers to specific and
broad questions about yourself.
- Review your resume; be prepared
to substantiate everything.
- Practice interviewing with a
friend or relative.
- Arrive 10-15 minutes before the
scheduled time of your interview.
- Be well groomed.
- Dress appropriately; wear a
conservative business suit whenever
- Know the names of your
interviewers and firmly shake hands as you meet.
- Approach the interview with
energy and enthusiasm.
- Do not use slang and/or
- Build rapport with each
- Ask probing questions about the
position and the organization.
- Demonstrate your listening
- Draw correlations between your
background and requirements of the position.
- Use closing skills with each
interviewer; attempt to move process forward to next step.
- Thank the interviewer and follow
up with a carefully constructed and proofread letter.
1. First paragraph - Thank interviewer for his/her time
2. Second paragraph - Resell interviewer(s) on the assets you bring to
position as well as why you feel this is a positive career opportunity.
3. Third paragraph - Address the issue of closure to move process to
the next step.
- We've outlined a number of
questions that are likely to be presented to you in an interview.
- Why are you interviewing with
- What kind of work interests you
- Describe your ideal job.
- If you were hiring for this
position, what would you be looking for?
- How do you determine your
- How do you plan your day/week?
- What do you consider to be your
- What have you done that shows
- What have your biggest
- What happens when two or more
priorities compete for your time?
- What's the toughest
communication problem you have faced? Have you ever worked in a place
where it seemed to be just one crisis after another? If so, how did you
handle it? How did you feel? What do you consider to be areas for
- Define team building.
- What qualities should a
successful manager possess?
- How are you best managed?
- Describe the best manager you've
ever had. Describe the toughest manager you've ever had.
- For what have you been most
- Cite one or more outstanding
Your responses enable the
interviewer to determine if you possess the following core skills and
- Analytical problem-solving
- Organization/time management
- Cooperative team member
- Leadership capabilities