FAQs

What training opportunities does Oxford Healthcare IT offer?

Extensive training is given to all Oxford Healthcare IT Recruiters and Account Managers. Most days begin with a one-hour topical training meeting, where relevant aspects of the job are presented and discussed in detail within the branch or group. In addition, employees are exposed to broader training through presentations and outside providers. Educational reimbursement programs are also available.

What is my earnings potential?

Your earnings potential at Oxford Healthcare IT is literally what you make it. Oxford Healthcare IT operates under the basic philosophy that incentives for performance should be a key part of an employee's income. Therefore, our Recruiters and Account Managers can earn sums well in excess of what they could earn in other companies. Over and above financial earnings potential, Oxford Healthcare IT offers exceptional training and learning opportunities to increase our employees' long-term career prospects.

How would you describe Oxford Healthcare IT's culture?

Oxford Healthcare IT is a fast-moving organization with a strong spirit and a large capacity for change. It is an emerging company facing the challenges of exceptional growth in an open environment. It is a place where employees have nearly unlimited opportunity and can have a real impact on the business through their hard work and initiative.

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What background and experience does Oxford Healthcare IT look for in new employees?

At Oxford Healthcare IT, we hire people from a wide variety of backgrounds and levels of business experience. Many of our most successful employees have proven their ability to thrive in competitive environments, ranging from the workplace to sports.

May I roll over my 401(k) funds from a previous employer?

At any time during your employment at Oxford Healthcare IT, you may roll over funds from another qualified plan. There is no waiting period required for the transfer. You may not start 401(k) payroll deductions until you have met the eligibility requirements.