Amy is responsible for the overall operations, growth and development of the Health Career Center (formerly AHACareerCenter.org) and manages the American Hospital Association partnership with the National Healthcare Career Network (NHCN).
She has worked for the Health Career Center since its inception in 2007 and with the AHA since 1995. Amy has served in a variety of roles including sales and account management, working with products and services that have earned the AHA Endorsement. Amy’s close ties to human resources began with a previous career in retirement plan services, employee benefits and managed care. She is a member of the AHA’s Workforce Committee and the American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA).
Amy has a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Texas, Austin, TX and considers herself a Texan. However, she loves to travel, enjoys paddle-boarding, snow skiing and generally being outside.
As the manager of the sales team, Jonas sells recruitment advertising for the Health Career Center (formerly AHACareerCenter.org) to healthcare facilities looking to hire quality healthcare professionals. Jonas has worked in sales and sales management for over a decade. Previous experience includes selling healthcare recruitment solutions for CareerBuilder. Additionally, Jonas worked for Cars.com and Trunk Club in sales, management, product management and training capacities.
As for hobbies, Jonas loves to travel. In fact, he is in the early stages of planning a trip to Thailand or Portugal. His travel bug probably stems from the fact that he’s always been interested in learning languages and is currently attempting to learn to speak Japanese. And watch out for Jonas on the tennis court – he’s been a tennis player since he was big enough to hit the ball without falling over.
Jonas has a Bachelor’s degree of Philosophy from Purdue University and attended Krannert Graduate School of Business where he received a Master’s degree in Statistics. He also has a JD from Indiana University.
Using exclusive resources of HealthCareerCenter.com, the American Hospital Association’s job board, Jack assists hospitals and healthcare facilities with recruitment advertising across the entire healthcare continuum and for all disciplines – from Nursing, Allied Health and Operations to Physicians and Executives. Specifically, he works with recruitment teams to diversify their recruitment efforts in order to get their positions in front of top-tier candidates with the background, education and experience required to fill these key roles. Jack enjoys working with people and helping to strategically solve problems.
Being the youngest of seven children, Jack has developed a great sense of humor, and likes to laugh – even at himself. He enjoys spending time with friends and family – especially his wife and two children.
Jack graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising & Marketing.
As a member of the sales team, Sarah works closely with hospitals and healthcare organizations to assist and guide them in using the exclusive resources of the Health Career Center (formerly AHACareerCenter.org). She acts as a resource for her clients on healthcare trends and focuses on putting their open positions in front of healthcare talent via professional healthcare associations.
Before joining the Workforce Solutions team at the American Hospital Association, Sarah spent eight years working at recruitment advertising agencies focusing the majority of her time on healthcare recruitment strategy. She has a solid understanding of the challenges hospitals face in this ever changing environment, and her passion is the success of her clients.
In her free time Sarah enjoys trying new restaurants in Chicago, or cooking a meal at home with her husband. She loves reading, traveling and laughing with her family and friends.
Sarah graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor’s degree in Writing, and a minor in Public Relations. She spent a semester of her junior year studying in Italy through Loyola University Chicago’s Rome Center.
Client Satisfaction Representative
As the Client Satisfaction Representative, Caitlin acts as a concierge, serving as the primary customer-relations contact for hospitals and health systems. She is responsible for leading the onboarding of new key account customers and providing monthly reports to ensure a high level of customer satisfaction.
Caitlin has been working in customer service for the better half of the past decade. Prior to joining the Health Career Center (formerly AHACareerCenter.org), Caitlin worked as an office representative for State Farm Insurance and played a significant role in customer relations. Working as a part-time manager at a busy restaurant at a Big 12 school has taught her many important qualities that shape tremendous customer service. Her knack for sales and how the process works reflects that.
Caitlin graduated from the University of Kansas in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in American Studies and Communications. She focused on the study of history, literature and critical theory including fields as diverse as, but not limited to, law, art, media, religion and sociology.
Senior Marketing Specialist
Sarah is a member of the marketing team working to develop and implement all marketing activities for the Health Career Center. She also works closely with the sales team to address its various marketing needs.
Prior to working for the Health Career Center, Sarah worked as an Associate Market Manager for a large office supply retailer managing the marketing activities and promotions for the sales teams. Sarah also has marketing experience in labor law compliance and insurance industries.
In her free time, Sarah loves to travel. She studied abroad in Alicante, Spain during college, and can’t seem to kick the travel bug. When Sarah’s not planning her next trip, she enjoys reading, taking spin classes, and cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota Gophers.
Sarah received a Bachelor’s degree in Business-Marketing from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.