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NCIHC Career Center Connects Job Seekers and Employers to Improve Language Access in Health Care
NCIHC launches the NCIHC Career Center, a new online career center designed specifically to connect employers and healthcare language service professionals.
The service is free of charge for job seekers, and member organizations enjoy discounted pricing on job posting products. NCIHC’s employment marketplace distinguishes itself from generalist job boards in a number of ways, including:
♦ a highly targeted focus on employment opportunities in healthcare language services;
♦ the ability for employers to post jobs easily, track activity on those postings, send job opportunities to NCIHC members via email, generate brand exposure, expose jobs via NCIHC’s social media channels, advertise in NCIHC print publications, and more;
♦ the ability for job seekers to utilize anonymous resume posting and job application—
♦ gain access to industry-specific jobs and top-quality candidates—a feature not seen on mass job boards.
“Providing our members with opportunities for professional development, networking and career growth are core to our mission of promoting language access in health care,” said Joy Connell, NCIHC President. “The breadth of our member base also makes us the best channel available to employers to expose open jobs to active and passive job seekers,” she continued. “With the help of JobTarget technology and expertise, our Career Center is populated with a large number of relevant jobs and offers a variety of powerful tools for both employers and jobseekers.”
“Members can now rely on NCIHC to provide resources to help advance their careers,” said Tristan Jordan, Vice President, Career Center Business Unit at JobTarget, NCIHC’s partner in this new resource. “This valuable career resource will serve existing members and attract new members, while at the same time providing access for employers in the industry to a pool of highly qualified, niche talent.”
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The National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC) started as an informal working group in 1994 and met yearly until it was formally established in 1998. The group is composed of leaders from around the country who work as medical interpreters, interpreter service coordinators and trainers, clinicians, policymakers, advocates and researchers. NCIHC is a multidisciplinary organization whose mission is to promote and enhance language access in health care in the United States. For more information, visit ncihc.org.
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