Who We Are
ContextMedia:Health improves health outcomes for patients, providers and life science companies. We provide technologies incorporating hardware, software and media content that educates, empowers and activates people living with a chronic condition to improve their quality of life. With presence in 25,000 healthcare practices nationally, we continue to scale 265% YOY and have been recognized by Forbes, Crain's and Inc for our culture, business growth and innovation.
We are a group of creative problem-solvers - with hustle and grit in our DNA - who fight until we win, and do so collaboratively. We believe in communication with transparency, purpose before self and ownership over outcomes.
Who We Need
The foundation of ContextMedia is our family - the team that we build, develop and grow with. The Talent Coordinator will help in identifying, recruiting and onboarding the best talent in town. We have an ambitious goal - to transform the healthcare industry globally - and look for people who align with this mission, enjoy this journey, and have a hunger to succeed. The Talent Coordinator should embody these characteristics and some more - have a love for people, invest deeply in the recruiting process to identify not just the best-skilled person for each open job but rather the best-values person for ContextMedia. We appreciate a good paradox and this person should have both tenacity and empathy.
We want someone who understands the recruitment process for high-growth firms, with a focus on building the right team based on Culture, EQ and IQ. We want a Talent Coordinator who is genuine, positive and friendly, embodying the ContextMedia DNA. Most importantly, we want someone with enthusiasm for the candidate experience, excitement for helping someone find their dream career, and a desire to look beyond the resume to hire individuals demonstrating potential and passion.
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Client Success Manager
Brittni ensures that ContextMedia’s programs run smoothly and efficiently so doctors can provide the information and education their patients need in order to make informed choices.
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