RECRUITERS ARE THE FACE OF THE ORGANIZATION

Recruiters are usually the first people candidates come into contact with. We are the reflection of the company. We establish and attend job fairs, networking events and campus events. We know the company inside out and understand the leadership structure of the organization. We are sales people, organizers, negotiators, personal guides, matchmakers, trainers, researchers and public relations specialists. The ability to encourage the right therapist to join our organization is what makes a great recruiter.

 

RECRUITERS ARE ORGANIZATIONAL MATCHMAKERS

Of the many tools and resources for finding candidates, networking is by far the most valuable for a recruiter. A great recruiter appreciates the value of a good relationship when connecting candidates with hiring managers. Most importantly, recruiters want to ensure the position and company is a good fit for the candidate before progressing further in the screening process.

 

RECRUITERS ARE PERSONAL GUIDES

As recruiters, we find ourselves guiding our candidates and hiring managers on the company’s pre-employment process. Our recruiters get to know each candidate and discover your passion and drive to find the perfect fit for your career. We personalize the process for our candidates, letting them know what steps to expect during the interview stages and future employment as team members of our organization.

 

HTS RECRUITING TEAM

At HTS, we value our employees and want them to be happy where they work. As a part of our mission to provide a hope and a future…just as we serve our patients, our recruiters serve our therapists to fulfill the personal calling in order to thrive in their career. 

Our Recruiting team is happy to speak with you about career opportunities at HTS. To learn more about positions open in your area, contact a recruiter today.

Melissa Coy, Director of Staffing & Recruitment
melissa@htstherapy.com  –  800-486-4449 ext. 240

Makke Dodd, Corporate Recruiter
makke@htstherapy.com  –  800-486-4449 ext. 101

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