Reach Out And Tell Someone About Scripps!
Do the club circuit.
Talk up Scripps to your book club, tennis club, softball team, alumni association and so on. Most positions are filled through word-of-mouth.
Be a good scout.
Scout out people in your church, school or community who have skills we need at Scripps. Give them a referral card with your name on it and encourage them to apply.
Make part-time pay off.
Do you have neighbors retiring soon? Maybe they would like to stay active with a part-time job.
Go to the head of the class.
Taking classes or training workshops? Chances are some classmates are job-hunting. Spread the word that Scripps is hiring—and you have the inside scoop.
Involve the whole family.
Ask your family to keep their eyes and ears open for jobseekers – maybe it’s the parents of your kids’ friends, maybe a friend or relative of your spouse or partner’s co-worker.
Plenty of people at your high school or college reunion may be looking for a change. Impress them with your employment at Scripps—and offer to make a referral.
Talk about the weather.
Are you a transplant from the North or Midwest? Tempt those back home with stories of the San Diego lifestyle. Encourage them to check out opportunities at Scripps next time they visit.
Seek out former coworkers.
Talk to former Scripps employees. Maybe they’d like to come back, or know someone who’s interested.
Interview your interviewees.
When you interview good candidates for positions in your area, ask them if they know anyone else who might like to join Scripps.
Be a sympathetic listener.
Next time someone complains to you about their job, take advantage of the opportunity to refer them to Scripps.