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Best Practices in Community Recruitment: How to Build Effective Hiring Teams and Community Relationships, Featuring Rush & Sinai

05.29.24
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Best Practices in Community Recruitment: How to Build Effective Hiring Teams and Community Relationships, Featuring Rush & Sinai

Chicagoland’s health systems are committed to hiring local talent and providing opportunities for historically underemployed populations. But how do we do this effectively? And how do we build relationships between community partners, recruiters, and hiring managers that lead to candidate success?

Join Rush’s Dana Anthony, Community Sourcing Consultant, and Sinai’s John Figiel, Director of Talent Management, and Dovid Sukenik, Training & Development Operations Specialist, for a discussion on community recruitment best practices, new strategies, and lessons learned.

Dana will present Rush’s community sourcing model, rooted in their anchor mission strategy, which works hand-in-hand with community organizations to guide jobseekers through the application process and facilitate warm hand-offs to recruiters and hiring managers. Dana will reflect on the successes and challenges she’s witnessed over more than three years in her role.

John and Dovid will present Sinai’s “Healthcare Forward”, a program built in partnership with community organizations to promote and provide employment opportunities in healthcare to disadvantaged jobseekers. Through informative and skill-building virtual sessions, along with one-on-one mentorship, participants learn about frontline roles in healthcare and are guided toward, and prepared for, interviews to obtain those jobs.

Please join us for this “lunch and learn” virtual event featuring short presentations followed by panel discussion and open dialogue.

Presenter(s)
Dana Anthony
Community Sourcing Consultant
Rush University Medical Center
John Figiel
Director of Talent Management
Sinai Chicago
Dovid Sukenik
Training & Development Operations Specialist
Sinai Chicago

Chicagoland’s health systems are committed to hiring local talent and providing opportunities for historically underemployed populations. But how do we do this effectively? And how do we build relationships between community partners, recruiters, and hiring managers that lead to candidate success?

Join Rush’s Dana Anthony, Community Sourcing Consultant, and Sinai’s John Figiel, Director of Talent Management, and Dovid Sukenik, Training & Development Operations Specialist, for a discussion on community recruitment best practices, new strategies, and lessons learned.

Dana will present Rush’s community sourcing model, rooted in their anchor mission strategy, which works hand-in-hand with community organizations to guide jobseekers through the application process and facilitate warm hand-offs to recruiters and hiring managers. Dana will reflect on the successes and challenges she’s witnessed over more than three years in her role.

John and Dovid will present Sinai’s “Healthcare Forward”, a program built in partnership with community organizations to promote and provide employment opportunities in healthcare to disadvantaged jobseekers. Through informative and skill-building virtual sessions, along with one-on-one mentorship, participants learn about frontline roles in healthcare and are guided toward, and prepared for, interviews to obtain those jobs.

Please join us for this “lunch and learn” virtual event featuring short presentations followed by panel discussion and open dialogue.

Presenters
Dana Anthony
John Figiel
Dovid Sukenik