Become a surveyor
Surveyors are the cornerstone of the peer-review survey process. Being a part-time CARF surveyor is rewarding both professionally and personally, and has benefits for you, your organization, and the field at large.
Benefits for you
Benefits for your organization
Benefits for the field
In the 30 years that I have been surveying, I have seen countless service best practices and excellent programs that have helped me envision quality improvement changes within my own organization.”
Taking time away from your primary employment to participate in the surveyor selection process (including the surveyor training and assessment program), conduct surveys, and complete continuing education activities requires a commitment from both you and your organization. Prior to completing an application to become a surveyor, we recommend that you discuss your intentions with your supervisor. Download the Become a Surveyor brochure to guide the discussion.
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Additional information is available on our Career Portal.
CARF has a robust surveyor selection process. Selecting the right individual to represent the CARF seal of accreditation or certification takes time. We strive to keep you updated throughout the entire process. EOE/Disability/Veteran. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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