Recruiter relationships with their travelers go far beyond finding the right travel assignment. They can be a go-to resource for your most important questions, and a shoulder to lean on when things get tough. But nonetheless, the bond you form with your recruiter will likely become your greatest strength. Having someone in your corner can make all the difference.
To showcase the many personalities we have at AHS, we want to shed light on some of our most seasoned recruiters. People who have built long-lasting relationships with their travelers and continue to lend a helping hand to those looking to land their next travel job.
We spoke with Kristen Smith, recruiter, and dog-mom, and this is how it went…
When did you start working for AHS?
“In September of 2020.”
What do you like most about your job?
“I love talking with all the candidates. Getting to know them on a personal level and helping them land a job of their choice!”
What type of certifications/specialties do you work with?
“Technologist, Phlebotomist, Lab Assistants, Specimen Accessioners, and Warehouse Workers”
What question are you asked the most lately and what is the answer?
“How long does it take to go permanent? Anytime after 480 hours!”
What are some of your hobbies?
“I love playing with my dogs! I have two Pitbull puppies and they are my world. I really enjoy being outside, along with having cookouts with my husband and family on the weekends!”
Where are you from?
“Born and raised in Oklahoma City, OK!”
How would you define your personality?
“I love talking to new people. I’m constantly making new friends when I go out (when it’s not Covid season), so naturally, I’m very outgoing.”
What’s an interesting fact about you?
“I lived in Connecticut for a while after school, but it was too cold so I moved back to OKC.”
To get in touch with Kristen, reach out to [email protected].