Are you seeking a career where you have the potential to impact the lives of caregivers and their patients? Consider a rewarding career as a home health recruiter and care coordinator. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the overall career growth in healthcare is estimated to grow 16 percent by the year 2030. As the healthcare industry continues to grow, there will be an even great need for healthcare recruiters to help match qualified caregivers to amazing career opportunities. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider a career in home health recruiting.
Benefits of Being a Home Health Recruiter
Potential to Grow
Health care is continually evolving. One of the many things we’ve learned from the pandemic is that change is necessary and so is innovation. As a result, new health care roles were introduced and other health care roles grew in importance, like home health caregivers. The innovation and evolution of healthcare will continue to drive the career growth of home health recruiters. As the home health landscape changes and the U.S. population continues to age, we will always need great recruiters to help us find spectacular caregivers to be companions to our clients.
Make a Real Impact
Help caregivers find their dream job while ultimately helping patients find amazing companions. In your role as a home health recruiter, your ability to help caregivers has the potential to change their career trajectory. Many caregivers have done extensive training with plans to continue their education to go on to be a nurse. Others might have become caregivers by having to care for their loved ones. Either way, there’s an opportunity to help these health professionals throughout every step of their career. You can take pride in knowing by helping these professionals, you are potentially saving lives.
Build Lasting Relationships
As a home health recruiter, you will connect with a number of professionals with the potential to build lasting relationships. You will not only recruit exceptional caregivers but you will also schedule care givers to fulfill client needs. This will help forge real relationships and possibly friendships as you are matching the needs of the care givers with client’s needs.
As you can see, the benefits add up as you dive deep into this career. If you’re interested in making an impact while furthering your career in home health, apply today for the home health recruiter and care coordinator job at Home Health Companions.