We live in a country with the third highest population in the world. Over 320 million people live here, and vital to the health and wellbeing of each one of us are the 3.9 million registered nurses who keep our hospitals, nursing homes, and doctor’s offices running.
But what does the next five years hold for the profession, and how will the industry deal with an aging population and workforce?
The Sunbelt Staffing team is ecstatic to introduce our New Grad program. This program is an extraordinary opportunity for recent college grads to join a team of like-minded individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. Our team believes that our business isn’t just about education and healthcare services but also about developing meaningful relationships and changing lives. As an entry-level recruiter, you’ll become a part of a community that takes care of each other. You’ll be equipped with the resources and opportunities that you need to achieve your career goals.
Here’s what to expect as an Account Executive with Sunbelt Staffing:
Establish relationships with education and/or healthcare professionals
Manage education and/or healthcare professionals in the field
Create recruiting and marketing programs for professionals and clients
Work in office as part of a team and collaborate daily
Sell HR solutions to hospitals and school districts in your territory
Partner with hospitals and school districts nationwide and recruit personnel to fill open jobs
Create a pipeline by utilizing cold calling, job postings and social media
Sales, marketing and account management
Sales ladder to move up
We believe in empowering our team by providing a variety of perks and benefits that you’ll enjoy!
Top-notch Insurance, 401(k) and competitive salary
Celebrations and team outings
Volunteer paid time off
Gym and fitness class reimbursement program
Training and mentorship opportunities
Ready to join the Sunbelt Staffing team as an entry-level recruiter? Or know someone who you think would make a great fit? Fill out the form below to get in touch with one of our dedicated team members.
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