With the New Year comes new opportunities, and one of our goals is to keep a pulse on opportunities that are more than “just a job.” Upward movement combined with lasting impact is a true win and we’ve come across one such company – the Bouari Clinics – and they are looking for talent.
I spoke with Elaine Morse, General Manager of 2×2 Ventures, who is opening up three Bouari Clinics (upscale weight loss clinics) and they are hiring for four positions in the Puget Sound area. The positions are great for those transitioning and for spouses who have excellent people skills and are teachable. Their preference is to hire veterans or military spouses.
The positions they are hiring for are for health consultant, medical assistant and reception/administration. The clinics offer an encouraging, high-energy, team-oriented office environment. The ideal candidate has a positive attitude, enthusiasm, is organized, detail-oriented, and enjoys helping people. They’re happy to train the right person who is open to learning. Previous customer service experience and working with public considered a plus.
If interested, contact Elaine directly at her business email with resumes only at first.
Elaine Morse General Manager/2x2ventures Elaine@2x2ventures.com
Subject line should read: APPLICANT
Elaine assured me that she will contact applicants personally once all the resumes are filtered. Their goal is to reply to each person within two business days.
We’ll keep our ear to the ground for more fast-moving, upward-mobility opportunities – and should you get hired by these folks, we’d love to hear your story.
Michael Schindler, Navy veteran, and president of Edmonds-based Operation Military Family, is a guest writer for several national publications, author of the book “Operation Military Family” and “The Military Wire” blog. He is also a popular keynote and workshop speaker who reaches thousands of service members and their families every year through workshops and seminars that include “How to Battle-Ready Your Relationship” or “What Your Mother-in-Law Didn’t Tell You.” He received the 2010 Outstanding Patriotic Service Award from the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs.