I want a career in HealthCare Administration in Dallas, Texas. How I can look for such jobs?

I have around 5 years of retail banking experience as senior financial manager with a major North American bank. During this period I serviced both personal and corporate clients. In last two years I specialized in providing financial advise to HealthCare organizations ranging from Community Health Centers, Nursing Homes to major national Hospitals. I also worked with the administrative, finance and budget department of these healthcare organizations. Now, this year my wife and I are moving to Dallas, Texas. I want to leverage my banking experience in finding a Healthcare Administrative career. I was wondering if anyone can help me in following aspects:

1. Name/websites of prominent recruiter(s)/agencies in the Dallas - Fort Worth area who can help me to get a healthcare placement?

2. website addresses/ online forums for non-healthcare professionals who are looking for healthcare administrative career?

3. Any advice on how I can utilize next 6 months before relocation to better prepare myself.

Thanks a million.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    Hello Invictus,

    It's great that you've kept your question detailed and to-the-point:

    Please find my answers below:

    1. Websites of Prominent Recruiters and Job Portals:

    Job Portals:

    DFWHealthCareJobs

    Indeed Job Portal

    Alpha Solutions Inc

    360HealthCareStaffing

    CareStaf

    http://www.dfwtrn.org/

    http://www.cornerstonestaffing.com/cornerstone-sta...

    2. W.r.t online forums/webaddresses for non-healthcare professionals interested in healthcare admin career, the following ExploreHealthCareers.org page is informative:

    http://explorehealthcareers.org/en/Career/56/Healt...

    Register yourself at the Healthcare Administration, Management & Policy CAS

    The UK site NHSCareers also contains decent advice, which could be used for your career-switch:

    You could also try the AllHealthCare community from Monster:

    http://allhealthcare.monster.com/

    You could search for the following groups within LinkedIn:

    a. Association for Future Healthcare Leaders

    b. Texas Society for Healthcare Human Resources Adminstration & Education group

    3. During the next six months, you could enhance your profile with certifications or volunteer work. Ideally, you can work as a trainee administrator at your local healthcare provider. This will also help you in procuring a letter of recommendation

    You could explore certifications from the CFMA such as:

    Certified Revenue Cycle Representative Program

    Certified Healthcare Financial Professional® (CHFP)

    Given below are a few volunteering links:

    http://volunteer.truist.com/mass-service/org/opp/1...

    http://www.volunteermatch.org

    Given below is a Linkedin volunteers' network link:

    http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Healthcare-Voluntee...

    Also, below given is a new FB Group created for Healthcare Administrators in the DFW area:

    http://www.facebook.com/groups/512484855454852/

    Hope this information helps you. All the best with your new career.

    Regards,

    Hari

    Source(s): LinkedIn FaceBook Yahoo Local
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