The eviCore team is committed to making a positive impact on healthcare. We work together every day in an honest, flexible, empathetic, and collaborative environment to generate the change we seek for healthcare and use those same factors in considering future team members. We believe in building a dynamic company culture that empowers employees with the resources they need to reach their professional and personal goals. Does this sound like the right fit for you? If so, check out the steps below to get started.
Like what you’ve read about eviCore healthcare so far? Search our jobs to find an opportunity that’s a good fit for your skills and experience. If you don’t see a position you’d like to apply for, we invite you to connect with us to receive updates on jobs and information on new career opportunities. That way, we can contact you when we have opportunities that align with your interests and skill sets.
Once you’ve identified an opportunity of interest, you can submit your profile online. We’ll send you an email confirming receipt of your application with instructions on how to check the status of your application at any time. Behind the scenes, we’ll be reviewing your qualifications. If the position’s requirements are met, one of our Talent Acquisition Specialists will be in touch.
Depending on the role, location and timeline, we may ask you to complete any or all of the following: phone screen, webcam interview, skills assessment and in-person interview(s). We use this time to review your skills, experience and fit. It’s also your opportunity to evaluate whether or not the role and company will be a good fit for you.
If you’re selected for the position, an offer of employment, contingent upon satisfactory completion of a drug screen and background check*, will be extended. If you’re not selected, you’ll receive word from a member of our team.
Once you’ve accepted our offer, you’ll receive information via email outlining the onboarding process with access to complete necessary paperwork and screenings. You’ll also be given access to our new hire online portal, which has information about our different office locations and what to expect on day one.
Following determination of your start date, your first days on the job will involve training on our company values, policies and procedures.
*Finance positions also require satisfactory completion of a credit check
With multiple people applying for the same position, how can you go about setting yourself apart from other candidates? eviCore's Talent Acquisition team shares their top talent tips for job seekers out there who want to improve their career-planning skills.
During interviews or phone screens, you’ll be asked behavioral questions with lead-ins similar to “tell me about a time when”. This allows the interviewer to learn about your thought process, how you approach a situation and how you then handle yourself. The best way to answer these questions is by using the STAR method.
Anticipating the kinds of behavioral questions the interviewer will ask and applying the STAR method to your answers will enhance your interview responses.
Be prepared to provide details of your background and resume and concisely address them. Cite the specific skills you used in performing each job. Hiring Managers like to see what was accomplished with a particular tool/skill.
Practice interviewing with a colleague, spouse, or friend. Google some basic interview questions they can ask you.
Before you interview, research our company. It seems simple, but it leaves a great first impression when a candidate has a general understanding of our company, and it enables you to tailor your answers accordingly.
Allow yourself extra time to navigate traffic, find parking and entrances and check in. A good rule of thumb is to plan on arriving 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time.
Dress to leave a positive and professional impression regardless of the company environment. You won't offend anyone by dressing nicely. When in doubt, ask your recruiter what’s appropriate.
Interviewers notice a firm hand shake, direct eye contact, good posture, and an engaging tone and enthusiastic attitude.
Always be prepared to ask the interviewer questions. Inquire about the team, that manager's role, how career growth opportunities are organized, etc. This is your opportunity to hear honest responses about the company’s culture and vision for your role.
After you interview, it's beneficial to touch base with the interviewer and/or recruiter to extend thanks for the opportunity to interview and learn more about the position or company.