At Tomorrow Health, we are reimagining the future of home-based care. We focus on improving the way individuals and their families manage home medical equipment and supplies. Our company is led by repeat founders who have built $3+ billion dollar businesses in healthcare and e-commerce, with institutional backing from Andreessen Horowitz and other exceptional VCs and founders. We know the incredible impact that each early hire can bring, and we’re looking for instrumental additions to our small, focused team.

We believe that a team’s strength is in its people. Our goal is to raise the industry standard for patient experience, and we realize this cannot be achieved without a team that reflects the vast diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and set of experiences and perspectives of the patients we serve. We believe in putting patients first, that many perspectives are stronger than one, and in treating those we serve just as we would our own family members. If you’re passionate about improving healthcare delivery, leveraging technology to serve people, and working in a collaborative, diverse environment, we hope you’ll join us. 

Recruiting is one of the most important things Tomorrow Health needs to accomplish. The Business Recruiter will play a critical role in helping drive this activity for the entire company. This person will be responsible for sourcing and owning the relationship with each candidate from first outreach all the way to close and the new employees first day, as well as partner closely with hiring managers across the company to shape and execute on hiring plans, identifying exceptionally talented people. This role will largely support our front line customer experience team, patient operations team, account management, marketing, as well as other general and administrative roles.

The role...

Manage the candidate experience from first interaction through to onboarding, ensuring candidates have all of the information they need at each step of the process.

Develop and execute on strategic recruiting & sourcing strategies, ensuring Tomorrow Health is able to engage with exceptional people who are aligned with our mission and culture.

Manage our ATS and ensure integrity of recruiting analytics & data for reporting purposes

Manage the interview process, including pre-huddle and debrief with meetings interview panels to ensure we're making effective decisions

Manage the offer and negotiation process with candidates and internal stakeholders

 

You’d be a great addition if…

You have 3-5 years experience managing the entire candidate life cycle

You have experience recruiting for high volume positions, such as customer experience or front line sales roles

You draw energy from building strong relationships with candidates and enjoy interacting with them 

You thrive in a fast paced environment

You have an inherent drive to constantly learn and challenge yourself to reach your own personal and professional goals

You enjoy developing innovative and engaging candidate sourcing strategies for recruiting the best talent for each role.

 

Bonus points if…

You have worked in an agency at some point in your career

You have deep knowledge of recruiting tools and opinions on how they should work

You have a passion for the healtcare industry

 

How we work

We've designed & built our culture around a set of core values. We look for candidates who embody those values and will help bring them to life through their work. As part of the interview process we share those values with candidates and actively search for people who would thrive in our environment. At a high level, our values are:

 

Fight like hell for patients

Change the system from within

Report to the goal

Be the catalyst

Work hard and work smart

Do more with less

Assume best intent

Aim high and dream big

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