The Sleep Medicine Recruiter ™ is a big fan of SleepJobs.net. For years, the sleep medicine industry has struggled to get a niche job board that is dedicated to our professionals. SleepJobs.net solves that problem.
Historically, sites like CareerBuilder and Monster have the ability to draw millions of visitors. The problem is that with all those visitors, it is hard to filter out all of the jobs that don’t have anything to do with sleep…and all the job candidates that are not tied to the sleep medicine profession. Here the problem is too much of the “wrong audience”.
There are some industry web sites like AASM and RTS Sleep World that offer employers a place to post jobs. Although they target their content toward sleep medicine professionals, the fact remains that most of the people visiting their site(s) are NOT looking for a new job…so again, a nice ad, but wrong audience.
SleepJobs.net is a job board that specifically targets job seeking sleep medicine professionals and the organizations that hire these professionals. They are a well visited site with solid traffic from qualified industry professionals. …and each week, they email a list of tech openings to their entire list of sleep technicians.
Worried that money spent with them will be money wasted? Don’t worry. They guarantee that your job ad will bring you hirable candidates or they will keep your ad refreshed and re-posted until you get that hire that you are looking for…and they do it for free.
Of course online job ads won’t find the hardest of all to find…the elusive Sleep Medicine Physician, but it’s not a bad place to start. I tell most of my clients to place an ad there first. If they still can’t find the professional they are looking for, then bring me on board to assist. Usually by this time they realize that they need me and see the value that my database of actual contact information for over 5,000 sleep medicine physicians can provide them.
If you are in a hurry to either find a job or find a new employee, I think this 1 – 2 process works great.
- First, go to SleepJobs.net and see what they have to offer.
- Second, let me help (you can contact me here).