Welcome to Cape Fear Valley Health System!
In order to make the application and hiring process as convenient as possible for you, we have put together the following information.
Upon completion of your interview you will:
- Be contacted by the recruiter if you have been selected for the position. We will begin background and reference checks upon acceptance of our employment offer.
- Receive a letter via email with instructions of all pre-employment requirements, where to go for New Employee Orientation, where to park, etc. Please read carefully and follow the instructions. Professional attire is expected.
- If you are not selected for a position, you will be notified and your application will be retained for 90 days.
Employee Health Screening
In order to begin work, you must "clear" your employment health screen prior to the Friday before New Employee Orientation date. This means that you need to schedule your Employee Health appointment within 45 days and up to the Wednesday prior to your Orientation date. The recruiter will transfer you to Employee Health so that you may make your appointment directly with them. They can be reached at 910-615-3171 or 910-615-3172.
You will need:
- Complete New Hire Medical Questionnaire - click here to open document. This is a fillable form. Once you've completed the form, please print/sign and bring to your scheduled appointment. If you have any questions regarding the medical questionnaire please contact Employee Health at 910-615-3171 or 3172.
- Bring a copy of all your vaccination records (bring a copy from your previous employer or your primary health care provider). If you are unable to provide your vaccination records, Employee Health will discuss the requirements with you during your assessment. All laboratory testing and/or vaccinations will be performed at no cost to you.
- Bring any medications currently prescribed or taking.
- Bring a photo ID such as driver's license.
- Anticipate an hour for this screening.
- Please do not bring children to this appointment.
- Anyone who arrives 20 minutes past their scheduled appointment time will need to reschedule.
- Do not empty your bladder prior to your arrival or appointment time, as a urine specimen will be required.
- Please turn off cell phones and refrain from use upon entering the Employee Health Office.
- Contact Employee Health if you have any questions prior to your appointment.
Following your Employee Health appointment you must come to Human Resources, located at 1320 Medical Drive. You will need to complete your new hire packet (direct deposit, tax forms, I-9 form etc.). Let the receptionist know you are a new hire. You will not need to see your recruiter for this. A photo will be taken during your visit for the purpose of creating an employee badge. No rings/ornaments are to be worn in the nose, eyebrows, tongue or other visible areas of the body. All visible tattoos from the shoulder up must be covered for your photo.
Please bring the following required items to HR:
- Identifications proving eligibility to work in United States (Visit https://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf for a complete List of Acceptable Documents (see page 4) to determine what documentation is required of you when you come to HR. It is important that you bring unlaminated, original documentation as copies are not acceptable.) Please DO NOT complete the online I-9 form. That will be completed on our Kiosk workstation when you in-process in HR.
- Information needed to complete the federal and state income tax forms.
- Voided check or direct deposit form containing your bank routing information as Cape Fear Valley is a mandatory direct deposit institution. Debit cards, checking and/or savings account deposit slips are not acceptable.
- Your vehicle(s) license plate number will be needed in order to complete the Vehicle Registration form listing the automobile(s) you will be driving, please bring this form with you to orientation to have your vehicle decal issued
All full-time and half-time RNs and LPNs hired on units performing cardiac monitoring and all Monitor Technicians on all campuses and EMT-Paramedics hired to Centralized Telemetry and the EDs must take and pass the Basic Dysrhythmia series. Any of the above new hires with prior cardiac monitoring experience has the opportunity to test out of the series by passing the Basic Dysrhythmia Knowledge Assessment (BDKA) Exam. Candidates are provided with three attempts to take and pass the exam. Re-tests cannot be taken on the same day.
Per diem RNs, LPNs hired on units performing cardiac monitoring and all per diem Monitor Technicians on all campuses and per diem EMT-Paramedics hired to Centralized Telemetry and the EDs are required to take the BDKA exam prior to employment. The tests will cover items listed in the study guide below. The test requires your full concentration, so please make arrangements for childcare prior to testing. Candidates are provided with three attempts to take and pass the exam. Re-tests cannot be taken on the same day. If you are not successful with passing after three attempts you will have a six month waiting period before you are eligible to retest.
Testing is offered Monday - Thursday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (your recruiter will sign you up for testing so please communicate with them your availability)
Testing location: 3418 Village Drive, when you arrive please ask for Darlene Peterson.