Making the transition from student to certified athletic trainer (AT) is an exciting time, as you finally get to begin the journey of a new career. However, just like any other industry, it can be overwhelming to taking in all the details that come with the start of a new position.
Athletico’s recent Twitter Chat, “Live with Athletico: PT & OT Careers” tapped the insights of Mark Kaufman, Athletico President and CEO, to discuss the current and future landscape of the physical and occupational therapy professions.
One way to streamline the job search process is by attending a career fair that is relevant to your industry. Oftentimes, career fair attendees are able to connect directly with company representatives at these events.
Searching for a new job can be a long and grueling process. In addition to spending hours researching companies and applying to job postings online, job seekers oftentimes have to pass a phone interview before even meeting with a hiring manager.
If you pursue a position within a larger organization like Athletico, meeting with a corporate recruiter will likely be the first step in the interview process.
Corporate recruiters are trained professionals who have experience interviewing and vetting candidates. The goal for these recruiters is to match the right candidate with the right position. If you find yourself working with a corporate recruiter during the job search process, check out the tips featured below from Athletico’s own Talent Acquisition Team.
Many people focus on the number that will appear on their paycheck when entertaining job offers. However, it is important to keep in mind that employers can add a lot of value in areas outside of wages.
For the third time in a five year period, Athletico has been honored as one of Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces.
This achievement wouldn’t be possible without the hard work of Athletico’s talented employees and leaders. The list for Chicago’s Top Workplaces is determined exclusively on employee feedback gleaned from leading research firm Workplace Dynamics. Key qualities like company leadership, communication, career opportunities, working environment, managerial skills, pay and benefits are taken into consideration for the companies that are recognized for this achievement.
The thank-you note is an important piece of correspondence that can help set you apart from other candidates during the job search process.
To send a thank-you note after your interview, you must remember to gather the names and contact information for each person you meet during the interview. Once you have this information you can start writing. Read below for some tips on how to craft a great thank-you note.