Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I am a Washington State University (WSU) grad like many at Fuel Medical. I got my bachelor’s in business administration with a certification in human resources. In college, I concluded that every successful company has a great recruiting team bringing in talent who will help benefit a company, and that is where my interest in recruiting came from.
What do you do at Fuel, and what is the most valuable resource you provide to our members?
At Fuel, my position is recruiting specialist. I do many things for members, like conducting interviews, salary surveys, reference checks and more. The most valuable resource I provide to members is giving them insight into recruiting trends, applicant pools around the U.S. and recruiting strategies that would be most effective.
What does a typical workday look like for you?
My daily schedule is very structured, which is something I enjoy a lot about the position. Typically, every hour I will conduct an interview that will last about 30 minutes. I will then take another 10 minutes to write a summary of our discussion for members. When I’m not working with candidates, I am doing market research and looking into networking opportunities to better provide services to our members.
What is your professional background?
I am very lucky to call Fuel Medical Group my first professional position after graduating college. Right out of college, few get an opportunity with a company that is willing to invest in them, but I just so happened to be one of the lucky few!
What do you like to do in your free time? Do you have a fun fact about yourself you’d like to share?
In my free time, I am either taking film photos, practicing rugby or thrifting. My days off are usually spent outside or around family, and most recently, I am getting into making gold jewelry!