Virtual Physician Surveyor Career Fair set for Dec. 7
The Joint Commission has an immediate need for all types of physician surveyors, especially pathologists, oncologists and psychiatrists, who are looking to impact the quality and safety of healthcare at a national level. Surveyors can work full time, part time or intermittently depending on their availability — and comprehensive, competitive benefits are available at just a two-week per month commitment.
For those who have ever thought about joining The Joint Commission’s survey team or wanted to know more about what it takes to be a successful surveyor, The Joint Commission is set to host a Virtual Physician Surveyor Career Fair at 6 p.m. CT on Dec. 7. Attendees will hear directly from Joint Commission physician surveyors about their typical workday.
Potential physician surveyors should have approximately five years of recent clinical experience, including at least two years in management, but others with less experience who may be interested in The Joint Commission in the future are welcome to attend.