Recruiter relationships with their travelers go far beyond finding the right travel assignment. They can be a go-to resource for your most important questions, and a shoulder to lean on when things get tough. But nonetheless, the bond you form with your recruiter will likely become your greatest strength. Having someone in your corner can make all the difference.
To showcase the many personalities we have at AHS, we want to shed light on some of our most seasoned recruiters. People who have built long-lasting relationships with their travelers and continue to lend a helping hand for those looking to get into allied travel.
We spoke with Thomas Tovarnak, recruiter, Veteran, and family man, and this is how it went…
When did you start working for AHS?
“In the Summer of 2019.”
What do you like most about your job?
“Interacting with my travelers and helping them find the right assignment. I love being part of their journey in Traveling.”
What type of certifications/specialties do you work with?
“I specialize in Surgical Services, as a former Serg-Tech myself ”
What question are you asked the most lately and what is the answer?
“I’m often asked, “How do I get started in traveling?” I tell them that they just took the first step. Talk to a couple of agencies/recruiters and go with the one you feel the most comfortable with. At the end of the day, you have to have a positive relationship with your recruiter.”
What are some of your hobbies?
“Woodworking, Motorcycles, spending time with family.”
Where are you from?
“I was born in Greenville, SC, grew up in Ohio, and now Reside in Carrolton, TX.”
How would you define your personality?
“I am a hard-charging gritty self-motivated person. I like to have fun and work hard for my travelers.”
What’s an interesting fact about you?
“I am a Cold War Veteran, US Army Combat Medical Specialist, and a traveling CST/CSFA before becoming a recruiter.”
To get in touch with Thomas, reach out to [email protected].