OccuVAX...? Or other flu/vaccine clinics... - page 2

Wondering if anyone has ever worked for OccuVAX before? Is it legit? Any other flu/vaccine clinics you know of that I might apply for? I am in Tennessee. Thanks!... Read More

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    Has anyone ACTUALLY worked for them? Still concerned about the site and putting my SSN on there. Any input is greatly appreciated!

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    Says that training is mandatory. So that's good! But still unsure as to how legit this is. I've googled "Occuvax reviews" -- couldn't find anything either!
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    So, how has Occuvax turned out? How did you guys apply, because their website only states to forward a resume to the email address provided if one was interested in working for Occuvax?? Was anyone called for an interview? Did anyone receive a call from anyone or just the list for available clinics. Also, did you receive orientation/training? Thanks for the info!
    Last edit by finallyRN7 on Sep 10, '13 : Reason: incomplete
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    I applied and did the online training today. I was nervous to give my ssn as well. I havent received any additional information yet. Im hoping to hear others opinions? Thanks
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    This was going to by my 4th season at The Vaccine Provider That Must Not Be Named (not OccuVax), but I got an e-mail last week that the vaccination schedule is "on hold." The news on their facebook page does not look good.
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    I just finished my first clinic with Occuvax and it was all good. Everything they promised to supply, they did and more. I forgot my sanitizer but they provided that too. I called because I had a question and they answered promptly. I will be doing as many clinics as I can for this season. As long as my money is right, which I should get next week, I will be happy.
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    Where do you apply to join Occuvax?
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    On their website. Occuvax.com, I believe. Unjust sent in a resume
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    I recently signed up with Summit Health. They have *a lot* of available clinics.
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    I have worked for OccuVax several times this year already. It's been pretty rapid fire, so I haven't gotten my first paycheck yet. I was also a little wary of how easy it was to sign up, but I have realized that they pretty much make everything as simple as possible, because they are doing everything long distance. They provide everything you need to conduct a clinic, down to the pen and hand sanitzer! They really couldn't make it any simpler. My hardest job is getting up early and checking my email on clinic e-mail day, so I can get the clinics I want. If you feel good about your skills as a new grad, and you feel comfortable working alone, because depending on the size of the clinic, you often(but not always) will. If those things work for you, then I would absolutely give it a try. It's a great way to make a little extra money for the holidays! Good luck.


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