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Recruitment Plan A Isn't Working.  Is it time for Plan B? Recruitment Plan A Isn't Working. Is it time for Plan B?

If Your Ophthalmology Recruitment Efforts Aren't Working, Maybe It's Time for Plan B.

Being a great recruiter involves a lot of time, a good work ethic, excellent people skills, honesty and a genuine desire to help people.  This is what we do. 

We have a strong network of trust-based relationships and we use all the social networking sites and tech tools we can to help you find the right ophthalmologist or optometrist for your position.

We want our candidates and our practices to be successful and we know that means matching the right ophthalmologist for the right practice opportunity.  The AAO, LinkedIN, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Ophthalmology Residencies, Ophthalmology Fellowship Programs, national conferences, our own unique doctor relationships, our website and other relevant job boards are all helpful in the search to find and hire a great ophthalmologist or optometrist for your job or practice opportunity, but the main ingredient?  Great relationships, intimate understanding of job-seeker and practice needs, industry knowledge, hard work, time and energy and a strong drive to help others succeed.

If your own ophthalmology recruitment efforts aren't working, Maybe It's Time for Plan B. Maybe it's time to get in touch with OjO.

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Drew Caldwell

Ophthlamology Recruiter at OjO

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