Hr, socialmedia, jobsearch, dallas & much more…
Recruiter News Tuesday, May 29
- The Complete In-House Recruiter – Best In-house Recruitment Course
- How (And How Not) to Use Social Media During the Job Search
- Physical Therapist (PT) – Central Dallas in Dallas, from THERAPY 2000, by Dustin Attaway
- Just 1 hour per day at your desk – for 28 days – online, tutor guided course with daily interaction and support.
- The tutor will guide you through the course ensuring each Unit is finished on time and actions are complete.
- Just 1 hour per day at your desk – for 28 days – online, tutor guided course with daily interaction and support.The ultimate course to train new or existing In-House recruiters.
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- On completion learners earn BIoR Membership and the professional letters Assoc BIoR (CPD) after their name.About the course tutor Anne Carrigan
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- According to a survey from CareerBuilder, 70 percent of employers screen job candidates via their social media profiles.
- Ive heard from some impressive young professionals on my social media channels, but I have nearly missed them in the sea of spam messages.
- Here are some dos and donts to make your message stick when making a professional connection through social media: – – 1.
- Social media profiles are our personal branding sites, so dont be shy to point it out if you notice you share an alma mater with a recruiter.
- Social media provides a wealth of opportunities for job seekers to get themselves in front of the right people, but only if their outreach is well executed.
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- JOB TITLE: Pediatric Physical Therapist – – REPORTS TO: Divisional Manager – – FLSA STATUS: Exempt – – JOB OVERVIEW: The Pediatric Physical Therapist is a qualified, licensed professional who provides, – – evaluates and supervises physical therapy services to patients in their home as prescribed by the – -…
- ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: – – Completes a minimum number of visits defined by the agency – – Performs in depth patient evaluation, develops treatment plans and implements said plans inaccordance with physicians orders – – Instructs patients, their families and other members of the health…
- Incidental time is a part of the job responsibilities which includes, but not limited to,patient chart updates, patient notes and call logs, performance reviews, supervisory meetings, anddrive time to patients home.
- QUALIFICATIONS: – – Graduate of an accredited school program of physical therapy – – Currently licensed to practice as a Physical Therapist in the state of Texas – – Relevant clinical experience, 1 year or more preferred – – Must be able to lift, transfer, and position patients ranging in…
- II- Position is considered to have occasional opportunity for exposure to blood borne pathogens inthe normal performance of job duties.
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