Upcoming webinar: How to grow your career with a professional recruiter

Published on February 21, 2018

Veterinary Careers Explore Your OptionsNo matter what stage you are at in your veterinary career, a professional recruiter may be able to help you find your next great job opportunity. If you’ve never worked with a recruiter, you may not be aware of the services they offer or how to connect with one. An upcoming webinar offered by the AVMA Veterinary Career Center will help answer your questions.

Stacy Pursell, executive search consultant and president of The VET Recruiter, will discuss the advantages of teaming up with a professional recruiter and how to best work with one throughout your career during this free, live webinar on March 27.

Attendees can expect to learn:

  • The benefits of having a recruiter in your professional network
  • How to get on a recruiter’s radar
  • What you can expect when working with a recruiter
  • How to evaluate recruiters to make sure you’re working with the right one
  • What you can do as a candidate to achieve success more quickly

Veterinarians who attend the live webinar at noon on Tuesday, March 27, will be eligible to receive 1 hour of continuing education (CE) credit.  The webinar also will be recorded for on-demand viewing, but CE credit is available only for live attendees. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your seat early.

Stacy Pursell is a certified personnel consultant and the first search consultant in the United States to specialize in the animal health, veterinary and pet products industries. She also is one of only about 30 certified employee retention specialists in the nation. With more than 20 years of experience recruiting in the veterinary market, Stacy has received numerous industry awards and is frequently sought out as an expert by the media.

Learn more and register to attend Growing your Career with a Recruiter.


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