Ask PediaStaff: I Have Filled out My Application With PediaStaff, What Happens Next?
After you have completed your screening questionnaire/interview, your profile and resume will be sent to the appropriate PediaStaff Staffing Consultant(s) for your geographic area. You will receive a notification (an email, call or perhaps a text) from the PediaStaff career center confirming your application has been received as well the contact information for your assigned staffing representative.
Please note that as much as we would like to place everyone who comes to us for assistance, market factors don’t always make that possible. PediaStaff does pledge however to get with you as soon as possible even if we don’t think we will be able to help you.
Once a marketing plan for your search has been established and our recruiters begin contacting possible employers on your behalf it will be important for you to stay in close contact with your PediaStaff recruiter. Any information that you can provide us such as places you are already interviewing (either on your own or through another agency) are important for us to know so we don’t step on your toes. If you do get an offer during the time when PediaStaff is working on your search, please call us right away. Perhaps we can speed up our clients to give you a chance to have other competing offers.
Please check your email, voicemail and text messages regularly for messages from PediaStaff regarding interviews or questions about your search. Contract positions are quite time sensitive and a day going by could make the difference between getting the job and not.
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PediaStaff hires pediatric and school-based professionals nationwide for contract assignments of 2 to 12 months. We also help clinics, hospitals, schools, and home health agencies to find and hire these professionals directly. We work with Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational and Physical Therapists, School Psychologists, and others in pediatric therapy and education.