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What are the requirements for becoming an Allied Health Group employee? 
Allied Health Group employees must have at least one year of continuous experience in their specialty area and provide proof of U.S. citizenship. Depending on the position, professionals may be required to provide a copy of their current licensure or certification.

How do I become an employee with Allied Health Group?
The process begins when you complete an application. One of our Recruiters will then contact you to discuss your specific skills, qualifications, career goals, and time frames.

Are there any obligations or commitments upon submitting an application?
Until you formally accept an assignment there is no obligation. You are free to explore all possibilities. Upon accepting an assignment, your commitment is only for the mutually agreed-upon length of that particular assignment.

Are there ever any fees for Allied Health Group's services?
We never charge candidates fees for our services.

How long will it take to find an assignment once I have applied?
After completing the prescreening process, your first assignment could begin in as little as a few days or, more typically, one to two weeks.

What types of assignments are available?
We have local, regional, and travel assignments available on a contract, contract-to-hire, and direct hire basis. Whatever your preference, your Allied Health Group Recruiter will work to secure the right placement for you.

How do I choose assignments?
After you apply with Allied Health Group, you are assigned to a Recruiter who is dedicated to securing assignments closely aligned with your skills and preferences. Your Recruiter will provide you with the necessary information for you to make the best choice.

Will you have the assignment I want?
Allied Health Group maintains a vast network of relationships and contacts with a variety of healthcare facilities throughout the nation, enabling us to match our candidates with jobs they prefer. If the right assignment is not available in our database, we'll immediately go to work securing the assignment you want.

What happens after I select an assignment?
Your professional profile will be immediately sent to the client and a telephone interview will be arranged with the person in charge of hiring. We will make certain you have all the information you need about the position and the employer to ensure a successful interview and satisfactory placement.

How will Allied Health Group help me prepare for my assignment?
Your Recruiter is with you every step of the way – from confirming all the details you need to start work to checking in with you throughout the assignment. For additional support, our Service Center is open Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST to assist you with your needs.

What happens when an assignment ends?
Your Recruiter takes an active part in managing the relationship. We maintain a job history on every employee, updating your skill assessments and competencies to ensure appropriate job matches, and proactively help you find and transition to subsequent assignments after your current assignment is completed.

What are the benefits and bonuses available with Allied Health Group?
Allied Health Group has very competitive wages, and provides one of the most comprehensive and flexible benefits programs in the industry. We also offer many lucrative incentives, including significant bonuses paid upon successful completion of an assignment.

How am I paid while working?
Allied Health Group employees are paid weekly. Direct deposit is the easiest way to receive weekly wages, but checks can be mailed or sent overnight delivery upon your request.

How am I paid for referring other candidates to Allied Health Group?
The majority of Allied Health Group employees begin working for us after being referred by our current staff. They are rewarded well for their loyalty by receiving one of the highest referral bonuses available in the industry. Referral bonuses are paid by check.