Sourcing Better Options for Healthcare Recruiting

Inline started 20 years ago as a retained physician recruiting firm. Early on, a client told us, “If you just find me a pipeline of candidates to interview, I can do the hiring.” That was the beginning of the subscription model of sourcing. Clients could pay us one monthly fee and interview and hire as many candidates as they wanted or needed. Today, Inline is truly the only “sourcing” company that exists in the physician and medical search world.

We developed RCP, our own sourcing platform to automate and streamline our process with AI and data matching. However, using technology and algorithms is only part of the solution. The other critical part of the solution comes from our team of professional, highly trained recruiters who source, screen and match candidates specifically to the needs of our clients. This human intervention allows us to send only candidates who both match, and want to work for our clients.

Over the last 15 years, our database has grown to more than 1.5 million records, and because of our professional Recruiter team, that data is scrubbed and updated every day. We are proud of the adaptive work we’ve done to deliver the best healthcare talent to our clients efficiently through the many changes in industry, technology, and global health.

Over the last
15 years, our database has grown to more than 1.5 million records

Meet The team

Inline Leadership

Co-owner + President

Kelli Mulloy

Kelli Mulloy is a CPA and the Co-Owner and President of The Inline Group. After 20 years in banking and technology she left Bank of America to start Inline’s predecessor with her husband. Using her experience in technology, product development, and process design, she helped Inline evolve into the company it is today.

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CPA + Co-Owner
Terry Mulloy
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Senior VP
Scott Waters
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VP of Client Services
Jillian Larkin
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Jim Eisenhauer
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Director of HR & Talent Acquisition
Ashley Campbell
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Senior VP
Joseph Valdez
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Director of Operations
Barbara Bible
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Dawn Gilette
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Perspectives from the Pipeline

16 Aug 2022
7 Tips for Finding Your Dream Job

Finding your “dream job” might feel like an impossible task. After all, doesn’t the phrase itself make attaining it feel nearly out of reach? Like so many things in life, the pursuit of our dream job takes time, resources, and know-how. Luckily for you, Inline has just that – and more. 

Our recruiters have been helping candidates find their dream jobs for 20 years and now, they’re ready to help you. To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of our team’s top tips for finding the position you’ve been searching for before you embark on your journey.

1. Take a break

 Odds are, if you’ve been on the search for the perfect position, but haven’t found it yet, you’re probably feeling a little worn out. It might be helpful to take a step back and reassess what you’re looking for. Sometimes the things we’re looking for are right in front of us, but we can’t see them because we’re too stressed, overwhelmed, or simply too busy. 

If you can, unplug, take a short trip, or just be present in your thoughts. You might just find that part of the answer was there all along. 

2. Know where your strengths lie

There is nothing more validating (or ego-boosting) than writing down a list of the things you are particularly good at. Sit down, give yourself some time to think, and write down your skills, talents, and best attributes –  things like great bedside manner, stellar researcher, detail-oriented – you get the picture. It’s a simple exercise that can help put you in the right direction. Consider it the foundation or blueprint for your future.

3. Know what you don’t want

Searching for your dream job is the perfect time for an honest assessment, including examining the things you don’t like. Just as analyzing your strengths helps you create a professional portrait of yourself, diving deep into past examples of tasks, work styles, and even company cultures can help guide you toward a better fit for the future.

4. Consider expanding your education

Some roles you’re interested in might mean going “back to school.” Find out what certifications, licenses, or continuing education courses you might need to complete to help you qualify for those roles. Extra certification never hurts – it often makes for a better salary offer.

5. Talk to a mentor or career coach

Mulling over a career move is the perfect time to talk to a mentor or career coach. Either person might be able to help you put the pieces together — your skills, your likes, and dislikes – and even point out qualities you might’ve missed or make suggestions you might not have thought of when it comes to finding the career you’ve been dreaming of.

6. Tell everybody in your network

It’s true – when it comes to finding a job, especially your dream job, it all comes down to who you know. Tell people in your network that you’re looking and let them know what you’re looking for. Most of the time, someone you know can connect you to an opportunity.

7. And never forget, you can do this

Fortune favors the brave — and the resourceful. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the search or are unsure of where to start, get in touch with a recruiter to help point you in the right direction and hopefully get you into the right position. 

Are you ready to take the next steps to find your dream job? Inline has the recruiters, resources, and know-how to help you find it. Contact us today to start your search.

09 Aug 2022
It’s Not You, It’s Me: Signs You Should Consider Finding a New Job

Sometimes it can be hard to differentiate between feeling burned out by your job and the need to make a career change. The difference between feeling temporary stress and the need to change workplaces isn’t always so clear. To help you think things over, here’s a list of signs that it might be time to quit your job to help you figure out if right now really is the right time.

1. You’re Not Learning Anything New

Learning is one of the best benchmarks for growth. Even if you are an expert in your field, you should still feel as though you have opportunities to learn something new each day or at the very least, offer something new to your colleagues. If you find your work unchallenging or intellectually unrewarding, it might be time to move on.

2. You Wouldn’t Recommend Your Workplace to a Friend or Colleague

Sometimes we all need to let off steam about our jobs. We typically vent about a stressful or frustrating few weeks to our friends. However, if it seems that this venting is becoming more regular, there’s an easy way to determine if it might be time to move on – if you wouldn’t recommend your employer to a friend, then why is it good enough for you?

3. Your Job is Adversely Affecting Your Health

Stress, anxiety, and depression are often symptoms of a deeper underlying issue and that issue could be your job. An increased or unmanageable patient volume and consistently longer than average work hours could leave you feeling overwhelmed or burned out. Anxiety and stress often manifest themselves as chronic headaches, decreased attention span, increased anger or frustration, and insomnia that could begin to cause your health to deteriorate. If the stress of your workplace is beginning to feel unmanageable, if you’re experiencing any level of depression, and if you’re beginning to physically experience symptoms of burnout, it might be helpful to talk to a recruiter or mentor about finding a new workplace.

4. You Constantly Feel Overwhelmed at Work

Feeling overwhelmed can be an early indication that you’re burned out. While it’s normal to have periods of stress or frustration during your career, these emotional responses are typically temporary. However, there’s a difference between feeling frustrated and being burned out. For example, working occasional overtime shifts because of temporary staffing issues can be frustrating. However, if overtime shifts have become your workplace’s new normal, you may start feeling overworked and underappreciated. If you’re closer to feeling burned out, it’s time to reassess your options and even take a break.

5. You Can’t Be Yourself

Culture can make or break a workplace. If you find that you can’t be your authentic self or feel the need to hide things about yourself at work, it might not be the right workplace for you – and that’s okay. Not every place is for everybody. What’s important is finding the right place for you.

6. Your Workplace is Compromising Your Integrity

If your workplace is tempting you to make choices that go against your beliefs or ethics, it’s probably not a good place to be. Here’s the thing about integrity – like trust, once it’s compromised, it’s hard to get back. Instead of sticking around, stick up to poor choices and see yourself out of there.

7. You’re Not Earning What You Should

Passion can only go so far. Sometimes we rightly choose opportunities because our passions align. However, if you’re beginning to feel that your skills aren’t being adequately compensated and you’ve discussed this issue with your manager, it might be time to reevaluate the opportunity. In fact, there are almost always more opportunities out there. You just have to be willing to find them and luckily, Inline can help!

Whether you’re just thinking about a possible career change or have been discerning a move in a new direction, Inline can help you find the right opportunity for you, right now. Our recruiters are ready to help.

02 Aug 2022
Weighing Your Options: The Top 5 Factors You Should Consider Besides the Salary

When searching for a new job, most of us look for the opportunity for a bigger payday – and why not? Money is a classic motivator, but as some of us know, money doesn’t always buy happiness. 

When making moves in your career, you should always factor in your salary, but you should also consider these factors. 

1. On-the-job training – to stay on top of your game 

If you’re not learning, you’re not growing. Working in the medical field, you’re already required to attend or take professional development conferences and continuing education courses. Make sure that your new position makes accessing these requirements easy (and paid for) so that you can stay up-to-date, in practice, and even more valuable.

2. Time off – because you deserve it

Whether they’re called sick days, vacation time, or paid time off, it’s crucial to weigh time off as one of the most significant factors to consider when exploring a new career opportunity. Burnout is real; no matter how much you “love your work” everyone needs a breather to help refresh and restore their wellbeing. In addition, if you have children, a generous PTO plan means being able to take time off for summer vacations and holidays or spending less time scrambling for emergency childcare when your kids get sick. 

When considering a new opportunity, make sure the PTO policy is generous. It’s your time you’re negotiating and as we know, it’s your most finite resource. 

3. Career growth – because your goals are important

From the moment you start your career, you should have your sights set on goals that you’d like to meet over the course of your career – be it a title, position, or even a salary. Having and achieving these milestones helps keep you motivated and sharp. Remember, every position you take should be a step closer to meeting your goals.

When considering a new opportunity, you should let your potential employer know what goals you’re looking to achieve and ask about how the position will help you meet them.

4. Reputation is everything – especially when it comes to where you work 

An opportunity should never cause you to compromise your beliefs and no amount of money should persuade you to work for a company that might not align with your values. 

It’s important to research companies or brands and make sure that you believe in their mission. It’s also beneficial to read stories about a company or organization's behaviors. You spend a lot of time working – make sure it’s time spent positively. Remember, you want to work for an organization you would be proud to tell your friends and family about. 

5. Flexibility and work-life balance – find what works best for you

Working in the medical field isn’t always going to be easy. You might miss holidays at home because your office stays open year around or you might be called into an emergency when you least expect it. However, there are ways to ensure that you have a healthy work-life balance. Ask your potential employer questions about parental leave, bereavement leave, or creating a schedule that makes it so you never miss your child’s soccer game. 

A work life that values your home life is priceless – find an arrangement that works for you. 

At the end of the day, money matters. However, it shouldn’t be the only thing that matters. Find a position that works for you in an organization that works with your goals, schedules, and needs. 

Need help taking the next step in your career? Inline can help you find the perfect match. Contact us today to start your search.

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