Job Opportunities

Sales Associate-NYC

Our client is a fast growing technology company providing a secure messaging platform for healthcare organizations with mobile and desk-based staff. They are looking for a sales professional who can adapt to change and has a solid grip and passion for the healthcare space. 

Product Manager, Boston MA

Our client company is a leader in developing industry-leading technology. Envision a place where your ideas and innovation can make a positive impact on the practice of healthcare. You will work with some of the best minds in the industry, creating and supporting the next generation of healthcare environment integration solutions. You’ll join a team with track record of innovation, a deep understanding of clinical workflows, a talent for creatively solving challenges, and a passion for forging strong relationships with some of the nation’s most respected healthcare organizations.

VP, Enterprise Sales (East Coast)

Our client company is changing the way technology is used to deliver healthcare in post acute care. They build amazing products that improve healthcare each and every day. As the VP, Enterprise Sales you will be responsible for generating revenue through direct sales to enterprise organizations.

Blog Postings

Small and Midsized Businesses Face Hiring Challenges

There has been a consistent trend of significant job growth coming from the expansion of small to mid-sized businesses. According to the ADP/Moody’s National Employment Report, over 77% of all new job growth in May 2017 came from small to medium-sized companies. Many of these companies struggle to get the hiring process right as they […]

How to Leave Your Job Gracefully

You have just accepted that great new job, congratulations!  It can be a liberating experience for many people, however, how you go about it will have an impact on your reputation. After you leave, your behavior and work habits will be remembered for a long time. In many fields, people are interconnected and if you […]

What not to put in a cover letter

I came across this article about what not to put in a cover letter by Dave Johnson and thought that it contained useful information. He makes a very valid point that most job seekers don’t put much thought into their cover letter after spending most of their time crafting a resume. Cover letters are important!