MedAmerica Career FAQs

How do I submit a resume?

You can submit your resume by applying to our job board. Under job type, please select "Corporate" for MedAmerica positions and other corporate positions with CEP America and its subsidiaries.

How do I know if my resume was received?

You will receive an automatic email acknowledging the receipt of your resume. Please do not respond to this email as the inbox is not checked.

What should I do if a position I'm interested in is not listed?

We are always looking for talented people. You can send us your resume via the Job Board listing for “All other/future Corporate opportunities.” On the job board, please select "Corporate" for job type and "Future Opportunities" under location. We’ll keep your resume on file for future opportunities.

How often do you update job listings on your site?

We make every effort to be current on our job postings. Job opportunities are posted as soon as they open and are taken off the website as soon as the position is filled.

How long after submitting a resume can I expect to hear from a recruiter?

We will carefully review your resume and a recruiter will contact you if your skills and experience best match the requirements of a current job opportunity. Otherwise your resume will remain in our system to be considered for future positions.

What should I keep in mind when preparing for an interview?

We work as team at MedAmerica and are always eager to meet potential new team members. Meeting the people with whom you will be working will help you to make the best decision and give your potential colleagues a chance to meet you. Depending on the position you are applying for, you may meet with more than one person during your initial meeting or you may be asked to be available for additional interviews. You may be meeting with a representative from HR, the hiring manager, team leaders, and/or colleagues in similar roles.

Do you have a training program for new hires?

It is important to us that you have a smooth and comfortable transition into your new position. During your first three months you’ll attend a new hire company orientation, select your benefits, learn about the company, and set goals with your manager.