Blink Health is a well-funded healthcare technology company on a mission to make prescription drugs more accessible and affordable for everyone. We're scaling up in a highly complex vertical to change the way Americans access the prescription drugs they need.

Our proprietary platform and supply chain allows us to offer everyone — whether they have insurance or not — amazingly inexpensive prices on over 15,000 medications. With the addition of telemedicine and home delivery for prescriptions, Blink is providing a life-changing experience for people all over the country and fixing how opaque, unfair and overpriced healthcare has become. We are a highly collaborative team of builders and operators who invent new ways of working in an industry that historically has resisted innovation. Join us!

Success: 

  • Recruiters at Blink are motivated by results. We have plans for substantial expansion and we are the tip of the spear in the war for talent.
  • We are a team of skilled sourcers. There are scores of future Blink Health employees out there -  you just haven’t found them yet.
  • You are technically proficient. You have demonstrated the ability to identify and understand technical requirements and evaluate those capabilities in candidates.
  • At Blink we are driven. Our mission based culture is a big part of who we are and communicating this passion to candidates is important.
  • You are an adaptable prioritizer. In the start-up world, balancing operational excellence with delivery is paramount and when you’re breaking new ground everyday, sometimes the path has to be altered.

Desired experience:

  • You have 4+ years of experience as a recruiter 
  • You enjoy finding the levers to close top candidates
  • Collaborative and Communicative - you love being part of a diverse team, building consensus, and establishing credibility. You are a Class-A communicator: curious, thoughtful, and clear.
  • You have experience proactively sourcing & closing product and/or engineering candidates

Why Join Us:

At Blink, we put humans first. We want everyone at Blink to be able to do the best work of their lives. We are a relentlessly learning, constantly curious and aggressively collaborative cross-functional team dedicated to inventing new ways to improve the lives of our customers.

Learn more:

Blink Website

Blink Pharmacy App for Android

Blink Pharmacy App for iOS

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity of all kinds. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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