Thyme Care is an oncology digital health start-up that’s focused on radically improving the cancer experience with early and ongoing intervention. We help patients, caregivers, clinicians, health plans, and employers by coordinating integrated care that leads to better results, lower costs, and aligned incentives. Every Thyme Care member is assigned a personalized team of physician-guided oncology nurses and resource specialists who provide education, guidance, and advocacy as they navigate the complex healthcare system. We facilitate quick access to quality resources and high-value care, coordinating directly with providers and offering support every step of the way. Our high-touch, tech-enabled model generates actionable insights that allow us to identify at-risk members earlier and offer them the most relevant support based on where they are in their cancer journey—closing gaps in care and eliminating excess spend. 


At Thyme Care, we believe that our success as an organization lies in our ability to attract and retain the most capable, empathetic, and kind talent who fundamentally care about helping people throughout their cancer journey. As we scale, the recruiting team will be the engine that drives our growth. In our model, recruiting coordinators are the backbone of our team. As a coordinator, you will guide candidates through the interview process, coordinating all of their conversations with our Thyme Care team while being a resource to them every step of the way. This is key to enable us to deliver an outstanding candidate experience that speaks to the heart of our organization’s culture. You will be our first coordinator, reporting to the Recruiting Lead, and will be a foundational part of our recruiting team. We’d expect you to move quickly into both sourcing and recruiting capacities as you get up to speed on Thyme Care, the tech-enabled value-based care landscape, and US healthcare. 

This is an incredible opportunity to start your career in Talent and learn recruiting top to bottom. Maybe you’ve already had some experience recruiting, but you want to hone your skills and be mentored as you continue to grow. If so, this is the right role for you.

In this role we’d expect that after 3 months you will…

  • Get to know and own the recruiting process. First and foremost, you will learn our recruiting process and philosophy. Then, you will ensure that all steps are planned and coordinated (from the job description to scorecard) and consistently delivered (hiring manager kick-offs, interview scheduling, interview panel debriefs, onboarding, etc.) every time. 
  • Understand the market. You’ll work with our Recruiting Lead to map the oncology, value-based care, and health tech markets so that we can more easily reach and engage the right talent. 
  • Improve our processes. We’ll expect you to take the initiative to help us improve or streamline one or two key processes across the recruiting function within your first months on the team.
  • Support D+I and culture-building initiatives. We’re a new company, and we’ll expect you to be a culture carrier and advocate for diversity and inclusion at Thyme Care. 
  • Own our recruiting reporting. You’ll help the Recruiting Lead build reports that will keep the team aware of activity pipelines and recruiting efforts. You’ll use this data to spot inefficiencies and improvements.

After 6 months you will continue all of the above and…

  • Begin sourcing. You’ll support the Recruiting Lead to source Engineering, Data, Care, Operations, Growth roles and more. 
  • Begin Recruiting. As the business scales, you will help the Recruiting Lead create a program for high-volume hiring and own that program end to end. 
  • Employer Branding. You’ll own our relationships with internal partners (Marketing, People Ops) for the purpose of using vendors like BuiltIn and LinkedIn to help us share employee stories with the market.
  • Onboarding. You’ll partner with IT and People Ops to help ensure that the handoff from recruiting → onboarding is seamless.

After 10-12 months you will…

  • Own your requisitions and become a full-cycle recruiter!


  • A bias to action. You like to get things done. You don’t need anyone to tell you when to do your work. Scope doesn’t matter, you’ll always find ways to contribute even if it’s “not your job.” In the same vein, no job is too small for you.
  • Expertise. You’ll excel in this role if you love building efficient processes, building relationships, setting expectations, and getting things done. It’s important that you are process-oriented and willing to learn new tools and technology. You’ll work with Greenhouse every day and it’s important that you’re very familiar with our technology.
  • People-focused. You are passionate about people and enjoy creating excellent partnerships across the team—with peers and executives alike.
  • Comfort with ambiguity. You have a proven track record of success within scaling businesses, fast-paced environments, and startups. You understand that rapid changes to the business, strategy, organization, and priorities is par for the course.
  • Patient first. You’re personally motivated by our mission and by what we’re trying to build. You are naturally empathetic, and desire to understand problems and help people solve them, especially this one.

We recognize a history of inequality in healthcare. We’re here to challenge the status quo and create a culture of inclusion through the care we give and the company we build. We embrace and celebrate a diversity of perspectives in reflection of our members and the members we serve. We are an equal opportunity employer.

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