Student Role for a Utility Player - Includes a variety of roles
Our company has a strong legacy of hiring UT students - while still in school - and it going rather well.
There are more than a few reasons for this. But one reason is because while this position is an entry-level student position, it immediately provides you an openly collaborative environment that welcomes the input of everyone and especially the person in this role. If you’ve held a more traditional student position before, you know that this is rare.
If you possess a valuable perspective and you know that, then know that we’re very good at identifying such value and we know that often it can and will come from student hires. Now, while we offer the opportunity to be actually valued, it rests upon you to demonstrate this value in the way you engage your daily work responsibilities.
Our core business is a physician staffing firm and there are a few other related small companies under our aegis. We have a very strong focus on tech best practices, so if you aren’t very tech-savvy, then this may not be the ideal employer for you. However, if you have a strong foundation in this regard, this is definitely the place for you to expand such abilities even further.
Given the variety of need outlined below, the role would involve a multitude of tasks but with the sole true requirement being a core foundation of native competency and a personality that thrives in the role of utility player. A new and unexpected task for you is not a nuisance or a concern, it’s an opportunity to learn.
Here are some of the responsibilities:
• Assist with data entry and record keeping;
• Scheduling physician travel as needed (arranging flights, hotel, and rental cars);
• Help with prospective client research;
• Social media management;
• Writing of weekly blog posts for 1-2 marketing agency clients.
Excellent knowledge/skills/abilities to posses:
• Google AdWords certification;
• High-level MS Excel proficiency;
• Deep familiarity with internet research;
• Strong writing ability (with samples);
• Pleasant/affable interpersonal ability;
• Ability to incorporate respectful/constructive criticism.
We would be surprised if the person we end up hiring didn’t posses at least some of these skills. It’s less about the skill and more about the person. However, any of the above or something related will catch our attention.
For the right person, we will structure the work hours around your availability. The date has been set for the 2020-2021 school year, but can be extended.
Does this all sound like you? Let us know, by way of cover letter and resume.