How to Apply
You must have an application on file in order to be contacted for an interview. We strongly encourage you carefully read the Job Description and Commitment sections of this website prior to filling out the scribe application. Due to the high volume every year, only qualified applicants will be considered.
How to Submit an Application
- Fill out and submit an online application.
- Email a copy of recent transcripts from every college you have attended—unofficial is acceptable—to Laurie McGinnity (email@example.com).
- (Optional) Email a resume and/or letters of reference to Laurie McGinnity.
Tips for Applying
The success of the NACS Scribe Program attracts many qualified individuals and we may not be able to interview all applicants. The following tips may improve the opportunity of being interviewed:
- Provide one or more phone numbers.
- You must email transcripts to qualify for an interview.
- Letters of reference are optional, but they may improve your chances of being interviewed. These can be sent directly from your source via email. Contact Laurie for other options.
The following is an itemization of the immunizations you are required to obtain by federal law. If offered a position, you will be required to provide proof of the following:
- Tuberculosis: Evidence-based certification that shows you are free of active tuberculosis. Test must be administered within the last 6 months.
- Chicken Pox (Varicella): You must have physician documentation that you had Chicken Pox as a child, the vaccine or a titer showing you are immune to the disease.
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): Proof of 2 Measles vaccinations, 2 Mumps vaccinations, and 1 Rubella vaccine.
- Tetanus: Tetanus/Diphtheria shot every ten years.
- Hepatitis B: Series of three vaccinations.
You may find other helpful information in the Scribe FAQ. When we conduct interviews, we first turn to the applications that we currently have on file. We suggest that you have an application on file at all times to be considered for the program.