Our Proven Process
AMGA’s proven executive recruitment process consists of four phases to ensure you find the most qualified candidate for your organization.
We begin the executive search process by meeting with the medical group leadership to learn more about the organization, history, culture, vision, and current initiatives. We obtain information about the background of the open position, the job criteria, short- and long-term goals, organizational strategy, and characteristics desired in the candidates. We recommend the establishment of a search steering committee if one has not already been formed. Biweekly meetings throughout the process will ensure good communication from day one.
Stakeholder Interviews and Marketing
During this phase, our team will interview key stakeholders in the medical group to better understand the organization and position expectations. The outcome will be a position profile that highlights your organization and the open position. Our marketing strategy will include custom-tailored materials, highlighting the position and desired skill set, for distribution to potential candidates. The final step of this phase will be the initiation of the marketing campaign.
Candidate Screening and Interviews
All applicants will go through our screening process. We narrow down the candidate pool and perform in-depth interviews to assess the candidate’s experience, education, leadership style, and accomplishments. Our comprehensive process includes background and reference checks. Once we identify the top candidates, we will draft summaries to share with the steering committee.
Final Presentation of Candidates and Offer
In this last phase, we present the final slate of candidates to the steering committee and facilitate interviews. A quick turnaround is requested once candidates are presented to maintain their interest in the opportunity. We work with the medical group to extend an offer to the selected candidate. After the candidate has accepted the offer, our team will remain in contact with the candidate and the medical group to ensure a smooth transition.