Seeking a Manager of HIM and Coder III for Health Information Management for a children's hospital. Must have inpatient coding experience.
Please forward resumes to me. email@example.com
Added by yesenia e on August 14, 2008 at 8:37pm —
I went to an online networking seminar hosted by LinkedIn today in San Jose, CA. It was pretty good and I learned a few neat tricks to increase the chances of your LinkedIn profile being found by employers or anyone looking for someone with your background.
So here are two things you can do right away...
1. Change your LinkedIn Public Profile URL link to one that has your name such as > http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnsmith (change it to your name. if… Continue
Added by Lisa Zee on August 14, 2008 at 8:36pm —
Complete post at http://www.jobsighter.com/2008/08/using-social-me.html
I’ve found social media an effective outlet for accomplishing two initiatives: recruiting talent and developing new business accounts. Both are primary functions of my role at Vivus, and though my strategies aren’t… Continue
Added by Ryan S Adams on August 14, 2008 at 3:30pm —
This is Jack of Jobirn.com.
Microsoft(Shanghai) Corp. have 50 openings at http://jobirn.com , they need USA engineers all over the state.
Although work in Shanghai, China, you can get Microsft US pay.
Please apply at: http://www.jobirn.com/?jobid=719 & http://www.jobirn.com/?jobid=718 (greater opportunity for you can direct talk to hiring manager Junboz.)
OR send resume/rek to Nancy@jobirn.com, thanks, I appreciate your help.
Here is the… Continue
Added by JackChang on August 14, 2008 at 2:45pm —
We all know what active candidates are, they have their resume prepared, they are on the major job boards and they are actively applying to jobs. What is a passive candidate? The common definition is that passive candidates are not actively looking and they have to be pursued.
Are candidates open to job inquiries on Linkedin.com, and other networking sites active or passive? The transition from passive to active is a click, literally.
Once a candidate prepares their… Continue
Added by Fred Dimyan on August 14, 2008 at 1:30pm —
There are so many options available to job seekers when the job hunt begins that it can be pretty scary to anyone just getting back into the swing of things - and hoping to not swing for too long. Is it okay to just post a resume on this board or should I use that board? Should I try and find the hiring person and flood them with calls or trust that the resume screener will relay the message to the hiring manager of just how awesome I am? Do I take a headhunter seriously or take… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on August 14, 2008 at 12:33pm —
Here I am in sweltering Phoenix, AZ, waiting impatiently for a certain new arrival to make an entrance. I am the designated Birth Coach for my sister who is having her second child, and this little boy (Joel) is taking his sweet time in exiting the womb! My view of this process from the Birth Coach side has really changed the way I have traditionally understood this role.
When you have your own kids, and you're the female, you just expect the father to Man Up - be there for you,… Continue
Added by Nancy Ford on August 14, 2008 at 11:21am —
Third Party Thursday
Closing the gap between Search and Hired!
A brilliant video from Scott Love
that covers everything from improving performance across the board by 20%, physics, thermo dynamics, time compression, internet research, Britney Spears, boiling water, egg timers, tinnitus, and shopping with Heather Hamilton...and still leaves you with 55 minutes to finish up your… Continue
Added by Amitai Givertz on August 14, 2008 at 8:31am —
The more I think about this the more it makes sense to me. Everything you need to know about sourcing you can learn by attending a garage sale!! Call it what you will; maybe it is the thrill of the hunt, the thrill of finding hidden treasure, or maybe even the thrill of beating the system. (You know, getting good stuff for a fraction of its value!) If you ever attended one you’ll… Continue
Added by Moises Lopez on August 14, 2008 at 8:30am —
Hi all, just created a new Facebook group dedicated to recruiters and candidates coming together. check it out and join!! http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=29799411041
Added by Shift BPM on August 14, 2008 at 12:00am —
Added by JackChang on August 13, 2008 at 11:00pm —
We are sourcing for diversity candidates on behalf of our client, a 501c3 Member Organization and a 501c3 Foundation within the Washington DC area.
Our client is an independent non-profit organization, comprised of a diverse membership. The group's mission is to provide it's members with network and leadership forums that add perspective and direction to enable the achievement of excellence in business.
They are a unique, individual membership organization representing the… Continue
Added by Arthur Jones on August 13, 2008 at 6:28pm —
There are so many of us out there looking to recruit the same candidates, and we all have our pitch about why our opportunity is better, but what is going to stand out in the mind of the candidates? The personal time we take to get to know them and understand what they are really looking for. I would love to pose the question, how many of us really take the time to get to know our candidates and make sure we are being their consultant and not just pushing them through the process to make a… Continue
Added by Shift BPM on August 13, 2008 at 6:01pm —
Parents pushing team sports on their kids may seem like a crafty way to just get them active and out of the house, but most know that the skills of teamwork learned as a youth never go out of style.Company executives also know that the benefits of team-building can pay off big when it comes to the bottom line. Employees working together for one common goal have always worked better than encouraging the individual stars to carry the load — and now, executives have some high-end research to back… Continue
Added by Candice Arnold on August 13, 2008 at 3:38pm —
Post from http://www.jobsighter.com/2008/08/hiring-is-every.html - jobsighter.com
According to startup company Jobvite, hiring is everyone’s job. I tend to agree.
Jobvite has built an innovative applicant tracking system that empowers the entire organization to collaborate on the hiring… Continue
Added by Ryan S Adams on August 13, 2008 at 2:39pm —
I am currently looking for an Onsite Staffing Consultant for the San Diego/Chula Vista CA area. I am looking for someone with an Aerospace/Defense background. Please respond if you are interested in knowing more...
Internal Description: The Onsite Staffing Consultant provides in-house support at a customer facility
to assist internal HR staffing resources with achievement of staffing goals.
Their work is client directed and in-house management sets their… Continue
Added by Kate Scraper on August 13, 2008 at 2:32pm —
RehabCare has formed two new academic partnerships aimed at increasing the future supply of therapists — one with Texas Tech University, and the other with University of Oklahoma. At Texas Tech University, RehabCare will financially support development of a Ph.D. program in rehabilitation science. The program will educate faculty for physical therapy and occupational therapy courses, enabling Texas Tech to expand enrollment of these high demand professionals. At University of Oklahoma, we are… Continue
Added by Lianne Lotz on August 13, 2008 at 1:50pm —
When you ask a group of recruiters about which search engine they prefer you are likely to get many and diverse response starting from AltaVista, Google, Yahoo, live, etc… You also might hear people say "I used to prefer (fill in the name,)" but changed to yahoo or Google or live because it was better. And the one thing that you will soon realize is that everyone’s definition of better varies as well. Since search engines are free and user can go from one search engine to another search engines… Continue
Added by Moises Lopez on August 13, 2008 at 12:31pm —
When we live from high to high we lose sight of what it took to get there. We become addicted to the high and are down when we don’t have constant success. The success is built and thrives in the daily, seemingly mundane, work we do. The point: relax, focus on the small steps, the individual conversations, and don’t let the success go to your head. Enjoy your day because today you have the opportunity to touch many people’s lives with your words and work.
Added by Tommy Craft on August 13, 2008 at 9:15am —
A few weeks ago I was excited to share a video that I was proud to be part of. It did (and continues to do) a great job at explaining to potential job seekers what occurs in the 'day in the life of' a Premises Technician. Of noted debate from time to time is just how technical this particular brand of technician is required to be.… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on August 13, 2008 at 9:00am —