St. Louis, Mo. (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
This experience affects all aspects of the industry, including relationship building, time-management, adapting to changes, and prioritizing the needs of candidates and clients. Recruiters at EMS also find that experience has been a motivating factor; repeatedly finding a good fit for candidates brings with it a sense of personal satisfaction as well.
Over the years, recruiters at EMS have developed and maintained strong relationships with clients and physicians. Recruiter Diane Lake credits honesty and initiative with helping these relationships grow. This quality is necessary when matching clients and candidates. The result of these relationships is successful placements, which EMS recruiters find personally rewarding. Whether it’s making a match that is mutually beneficial, introducing a physician to unexpected opportunities, or reintroducing gifted candidates to previously seen clients, these achievements are invaluable to physician recruiters at EMS.
In addition to celebrating successes, recruiters must learn how to overcome obstacles, which include adapting to industry changes, managing time, and meeting new challenges. Experienced recruiters, however, have seen them all before and know how to adjust. Chuck McMillan, a recruiter for 19 years, has grown to expect those obstacles, yet believes they are exactly what keeps him coming back. In an industry that’s constantly changing, Diane Lake believes it’s important to keep up with trends while respecting the history of the physician recruiting industry.
Each recruiter at EMS focuses on a medical specialty. Recruiter Michelle Sullentrup believes that this sets them apart from competitors: “If you ask a less experienced recruiter to find an orthopedic surgeon skilled in anterior hip approach surgery, they may not know what that is or even what fellowships are training in that method. As a specialized recruiter in that field, I know what programs to recruit from and where to begin my search through my experience.”
The experienced physician recruiters at Enterprise Medical Services offer skills and knowledge that can only come with years of involvement in the recruiting industry. By developing relationships, learning to overcome obstacles, and focusing on specific medical specialties, EMS recruiters are experts at connecting exceptional candidates with exceptional clients.
About Enterprise Medical Services: Since 1990, Enterprise Medical Services, a leading physician, executive and advanced practice provider recruiting and consulting firm, has been connecting the most progressive hospitals, clinics and medical groups with the most qualified career-minded candidates. For more information on Enterprise Medical Services, please visit http://www.EnterpriseMed.com.