The world of work has drastically changed in the past few years. Where a good salary and a nice office might have been enough to attract talent in the past, employees today expect flexibility, growth opportunities, and a healthy work environment. In fact, 77% of applicants say they’d consider a company’s culture before applying for a job.
Bilingual Referral Assistant - Part-TimePublic Health Management CorporationPhiladelphia, PAThere will interaction with other team members within the HealthPromotion Services Division of Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), the division under which HealthPromotion Council is organized. Part-timeProfessional, Health Promotion Program ManagerMVP Health CareFishkill, NYRegistered nurse, registered dietitian or nutritionist, health educator, or other certified health care designation such as CHES/MCHES preferred. Demonstrated ability to apply evidence-based best practices and consumer research to develop, implement, and evaluate engaging interactive healthpromotion programs and interventions.Health Promotion Specialist / Mental Health First Aid InstructorPlus One, an Optum CompanyAtlanta, GAWe are currently seeking a full time HealthPromotion Specialist/Mental Health First Aid Instructor to support a high profile client located in McDonough, GA. As a Mental Health First Aid Instructor you will be responsible for managing the administrative tasks and communication strategy, capturing, and promoting client specific resources (such as EAP) teaching the MHFA course, and capturing and sharing reports and metrics. Full-timeTitlePublic Health Nurse / RNFraser Health CareerBurnaby, BC, CanadaProvides health information, counseling and referral related to lifestyle issues, cultural and language barriers, comprehensive school health, reproductive health, chronic disease prevention and safety/injury prevention via telephone, one-on-one, group and community contacts in a clinical, school, home, community and outreach settings. $36.23 - $47.58 an hour Full-time
Talent acquisition is a multi-stage process where candidates undergo various application steps before getting hired. The unfortunate reality is that it is a labor-intense system, with the hiring manager and recruiter often handling all of the work on their own. Ask any one of them, and you will hear about the overabundance of applications and the demanding task of filtering through them to find the best candidates. The quality of talent suffers under the weight of all that work on one person's hands. It's not easy, but as many companies are starting to realize, there is a better way. The future of talent acquisition lies in collaborative recruiting!
Health EducatorFrench ConsultingOklahoma City, OKEligible for Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) from the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC). Health Educator shall obtain CHES certification within 12 months of placement Job Description.
jobsearcher.com/blogInto the Heart of the Ukrainian-Russian ConflictThe story of our US-Ukraine connection started when Kevin met Dave. Days away from quitting his last "real" job as a seafood plant manager, Kevin reconnected with a long-lost friend from high school. Little did he know, this long-lost friend was dating his soon-to-be business partner. After meeting Dave through their mutual connection, it didn't take long for the two to start bouncing business ideas off each other. The flow of creativity soon grew into a business partnership that has withstood the test of time.
jobsearcher.com/blogWhy Are Internships Important & How Can You Get One?Internships are for college students or people who have just completed their degree. If you are a student or recent grad, you may be wondering how to land an internship. If you've never had one, you may even wonder if you need one. After all, didn’t you work in that call center while also doing exams? Or perhaps you’ve bartended your first year in college?
jobsearcher.com/blogWhy is Networking Important & How to Network EffectivelyEven if you’ve worked hard to earn a degree from an impressive school, landing your dream job might still come down to who you know – otherwise known as networking. Lots of qualified candidates might apply for a job, but the person who gets it might very well be so-and-so’s sibling, friend, or kid. Sometimes the only way to get your foot in the door is to know someone.
jobsearcher.com/blogWhy Do Recruiters Ghost and What Can You Do About It?Once you’ve finally mustered up the courage to find another job, leaning into the job hunt can feel scary and overwhelming. So, it does nothing to help your confidence when your outbox is full of unanswered follow-ups and interview requests. You thought that ghosting only happens on dating apps—so why do recruiters ghost, too? Recruiter ghosting is not an effective recruiting strategy, but sometimes it’s inevitable. How can you overcome such an unfortunate new career trend? Read on.
jobsearcher.com/blogInternal Hiring Best PracticesEach companies hiring strategy is based on a set of rules that defines the ideal candidate. Many companies utilize internal and external hiring to ensure they have skilled, experienced workers. If you work in recruiting, maximizing your internal hiring strategies could be the key to retaining employees and simplifying your hiring process.
jobsearcher.com/blogWhy is it so Hard to Get a Job After CollegeFor many, it was easy finding a job while in college. But after job hunting for weeks, you may wonder why it is so hard to get a job after college. After all, you’ve put a lot of time and effort into getting your degree. But don’t get discouraged. The University of Washington found that 53% of graduates are either unemployed or working a job that doesn’t require a degree. Other studies also show that landing your first job can take between 3 and 6 months. So, getting your first job takes time.
jobsearcher.com/blogWhy Leadership Is So Important in Your CareerThere are plenty of baseball players worldwide, but only a select few will master the sport enough to play in the World Series. Similarly, you’ll meet hundreds of “managers” throughout your professional career. Still, only a few will cement themselves as true leaders in your mind. This is why leadership is important—the most influential leaders leave a mark. They inspire.