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Med Compliance Corp
APPLICATION
for
EMPLOYMENT
1.  Please fill out the APPLICATION below

2.  Include all areas, Basic info, Aptitude area, previous employers, info about yourself

3.  Email a photo of yourself to the office

4. Thank you so much for your interest.  Submit the Form!
INSTRUCTIONS
BASIC INFORMATION
APTITUDE / PERSONALITY TEST
Thank you for taking the
time to submit an
application.  
We
appreciate your time and
periodically need good,
qualified individuals to
represent our company.  
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photo to
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Put your name in
the subject line.  

If you are a
candidate, we will
contact you for
additional
information, such
as a resume.
Thank you.
1. 25% of the group needs to
be tested for drugs.  There are
100 employees in the group.  
How many do we test?


2. George asks you to
reschedule his drug test
because he can't pass.  What
would you do?

3. You have a 7am
appointment and are running
late.  What would you do?


4. If you were not sure how to
proceed during an incident,
what would you do?


5. Are you a leader or follower?



6. Why did you select your
answer to question 5?
Name
Address
Email
Education
Birthday
I currently have the
following:
I can be available::
Please tell me about yourself.  Why you would be a good addition to our team.
Are you available at
short notice and
after hours /
weekends?
Check, if YES
If working currently, list your employer.  We will NOT
contact your employer.  Do you want to continue
your current employment?
JOB DESCRIPTION - Mobile Specimen Collection is one who travels to job sites or employers and collects samples, normally urine or breath for the detection of drug or alcohol
use.  The necessary training will be provided to you, as well as equipment needed.  

Companies participate in Random Drug and Alcohol Testing, as well as Pre-employment, Post Accident , Reasonable Suspicion Testing and rely on us to come to them when they
need our services.

JOB M - It is the collectors job to schedule their MONTHLY or QUARTERLY tests or "orders" throughout the testing period at a convenient time to both parties and complete
them.  It is typical to receive the bulk of your orders the beginning of the month.  You will be responsible for contacting the clients and scheduling them that month.  Other orders
will continue to trickle in.  Pre-employment orders will need fairly quick attention, within a day or two.  Post-accident orders need immediate attention, within moments.  

You will be provided the necessary training and all supplies.  The actual collection process consists of securing the restroom, retrieving the urine sample, completing paperwork
and packaging the sample via UPS or FedEX.  You will also be faxing to appropriate entities and emailing a Daily Log.  

The ideal candidate must be people-friendly, able to manage time well, motivated, organized and very detail oriented.

TRAVEL AREA - The area we are looking to cover is not quite determined yet.  We cover Central Illinois, from Marshall (east) Lawrenceville (south) Greenville (west) to Clinton
(north).
Those areas mentioned are the NORMAL monthly assignments.  We also are called to Champaign, Jacksonville, Benton, Salem and many more.  Our Effingham collector just left
us, we most likely will divide that area with the new collector and a collector already on staff.

FULL OR PART TIME - Part time to start. The right person may definitely find themselves in a part time position with full time pay.  If you can do the work and prove yourself, you'll
have plenty to do.

HOURS / PAY - Unfortunately, we would like someone who can be available 24/7 for those emergencies, such as Post Accident.  Effingham is the Crossroads of Interstates and I do
get companies from out of state finding our website and calling with drivers sitting at a mile marker or truck stop that need a Post Accident drug and alcohol test.  Of course, those
call outs pay $100-120 depending on location.  Sometimes more on Holidays, etc.
The pay is so much per test.  Its not unusual to do several tests at one location.  The last 6 weeks for the Effingham location, the pay was $800 each 2 week period. $1600 per
month.

JOB R- The ideal candidate will try to be available 24/7.  We do realize there are times you will be unavailable or "out of service".  You Should be accessible by phone or text at
all times.  You will be ready to take a call at most times.  A majority of the calls are for the Railroad and are Random Drug & Alcohol Tests that are prescheduled a few days in
advance.  There will be occasional short notice calls that come in and require immediate dispatch.  Most of these are to locations, such as Springfield, Champaign, Decatur, Salem,
Centralia, Mt. Vernon,  Jacksonville, Roodhouse or similar locations.  There are a few that will come in the middle of the night.  There are also a few requests that could require a
good deal of travel, a couple hundred miles.  

HOURS / PAY - You will have days off with no calls and many days with several calls per day.  There is no guarantee, but we are extremely busy at this time.  I expect 3-4 calls at
least per week with an increase in volume.  Each client may have a different contract so the pay varies.  We have two basic pay scales, depending on whether its a short notice or
scheduled call and that depends on which client you are working for.  Depending on the number of donors, which company and whether its a short notice and location, the calls
will vary from $70 to $225 per call.  That sounds like a big spread, but when I average my hours spent, I ALWAYS averaged $30-50 per hour.


JOB I- The ideal candidate will try to be available 24/7.  We do realize there are times you will be unavailable or "out of service".  You Should be accessible by phone or text at
all times.  You will be ready to take a call at most times.  A majority of the calls are for the Railroad and are Random Drug & Alcohol Tests that are prescheduled a few days in
advance.  There will be occasional short notice calls that come in and require immediate dispatch.  Most of these are to locations, such as Columbus, IN or Louisville, KY or similar
locations.  There are a few that will come in the middle of the night.  There are also a few requests that could require a good deal of travel, a couple hundred miles.

Most of these collections will be performed according to Department of Transportation Federal Regulations.  You will learn the regulations or have the ability to retrieve the needed
information while onsite.

Time is of the essence with most "short notice" calls.  You must be able to drop most anything you are doing and make arriving at your dispatched location a priority.  You will most
likely carry your "bag" and a extra supplies in your car at all times.  This particular location has much more "scheduled" tests and only an occasional call out in the night.

HOURS / PAY - You will have days off with no calls and  days with several calls per day.  There is no guarantee, but this area will make someone a fair pay for part time work.   Each
client may have a different contract so the pay varies.  We have two basic pay scales, depending on whether its a short notice or scheduled call and that depends on which client
you are working for.  Depending on the number of donors, which company and whether its a short notice and location, the calls will vary from $70 to $225 per call.  That sounds like
a big spread, but when I average my hours spent, I ALWAYS averaged $25-50 per hour.  I would guess this area should produce $1000 or more per month.


WHAT YOU NEED:
Smart Phone or availability to receive emailed orders immediately.  
Phone line / FAX capability  -  A copy of each form must be faxed immediately to the Medical Review Officer.  
Email -  You will be assigned a @randomdrug.com address
Computer, laptop, Ipad - device to produce a Daily Log on excel spreadsheet and email to Med Compliance each day. (not Job I)

If you think you have what it takes and can deal with the frustration of the public, take the next steps below: