Will I have to pay a fee for using Open Door Unlimited?
No. Open Door Unlimited fees are paid for by our client facilities.
Why should I work with a recruiting search firm?
Due to the relationship our firm has with our facilities throughout the country, we are able to best fit your needs with current openings for healthcare professionals and approximately 80 percent of open positions are NOT advertised publicly.
Why should I choose Open Door Unlimited?
Open Door Unlimited is one of the most experienced recruiting firms in the nation for permanent placement of healthcare professionals. Our firm has contacts with the very best hospitals and health facilities in the country.
How do I get started with Open Door Unlimited?
Send your CV to Open Door Unlimited. This may be done through e-mail admin@OpenDoorUnlimited.com or by faxing it to 888-615-5459 (Please include the state(s) you wish to locate in.
When should I contact Open Door Unlimited to start looking for a new position?
There is not a set rule on this. Typically, six to nine months is sufficient time. For a healthcare professional in training you can start 9-12 months ahead of your graduation Healthcare professionals with visa issues should allow minimally at least one year.
Does Open Door Unlimited work with J1 and H1B healthcare professionals?
Yes. Your Healthcare Placement Specialist will help you find an H-1B and J-1 Visa position or state and/or federal loan repayment for those needing these types of positions.
Do you make Locum Tenens placements?
When I interview for an open position, who pays for travel expenses?
This varies from facility to facility. Most hospitals and health clinics will pay for reasonable expenses associated with an interview. In some situations the physician will schedule their own travel and the facility will reimburse the expenses. Your Open Door Unlimited Healthcare Placement Specialist will find out this information and will notify you prior to the interview.
I have accepted the position, who pays for relocation expenses?
This may vary from facility to facility. In some cases, a certain allowance will be given for relocation expenses. It is always important to ask this question after the interview during the negotiation process.
I am not licensed in the state that I am interested in locating to. Who pays for the licensing for that state?
In most cases, all fees for licensing are paid for by the physician. In certain situations, the facility will pay for these fees. Be sure to check out each state’s license requirements at http://www.fsmb.org/directory_smb.html.
What are my responsibilities? What are the responsibilities of the Healthcare Placement Specialist?
Your responsibility is to provide us with your CV and information about your clinical and geographical interests. And it is our responsibility is to find the right position for you!