They say change is good, but being a change maker is better.
Two proven industry innovators have joined forces to create a brand new business model. You will get access to talent, tools, and resources that no one else has, or ever will have.
We’re setting the pace for the rest of the industry, both in terms of innovative ideas and rapid growth. There’s plenty of room to advance if you love hard work and challenging the status quo.
Staffing is a Team Sport
Learn about the different roles within Curative from sales to team support.
The Business Development team makes the introduction of our services to healthcare facilities in need. You’ll gain a keen understanding
It all starts with people, and the Recruiter position is where relationship-building and tenacity will thrive. As a career advocate, your “why” grows from wanting to open new opportunities to people and connect them with communities in need.
An Account Manager makes the final match between a healthcare provider and an open need possible.
The Growth team is the hub of all things technology, marketing, and customer service. Working together to champion our brand and services, this group manages all digital advertising and products. They work with all teams within the company.
The Operations team makes the business of placing people possible. Through dedication and a passion for helping people, this team ensures all of our temporary and government healthcare professionals have completed the necessary steps to begin their assignments.
The Accounting team is full of engaging and problem-solving individuals. In such a team, a high level of collaboration with all levels of employees is necessary, so communication and teamwork skills are must-have skills here. You’ll also get the opportunity to work with vendors and clients.
Curative supports Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation in their fight against childhood cancer.
Every year, an estimated 250,000 new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. That’s about 700 new kids affected every day. And yet, childhood cancer is vastly and consistently underfunded. Less than 5% of the federal government’s total funding for cancer research is dedicated to childhood cancers each year.
We regularly hold events – including an annual golf tournament – to raise money to fund childhood cancer research. We began supporting Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation in late 2015, and to date have raised over $185,000.