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Streamlined Hiring Yields Results for Johns Hopkins Health System

Mario Brathwaite wasn’t looking for a job with the Johns Hopkins Health System when he saw the online posting for a security position.

“I thought, ‘let me just try,’” says Brathwaite, who lives in Owings Mills. He didn’t know how much longer he could tolerate the rigorous physical demands of his current job. He applied through the listing’s online link on March 22.

On April 4, he arrived at Johns Hopkins for an interview, and left less than an hour later with a start date of April 29.

“It was all pretty straightforward,” says Brathwaite as he walks out of the former Eastern High School building, where he and 55 others were being interviewed and hired that day. 

The goal of the event was to fill as many as 70 security positions in the health system, many of them newly created to staff new weapons-detection locations at Johns Hopkins hospitals.

Brathwaite was one of 31 candidates who accepted job offers on the spot. An additional 16 virtual interviews were scheduled, and five candidates were waitlisted, says Yvonne Mitchell, vice president of human talent acquisition.

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