Get In-the-Know – What to Expect When You Apply at Netsmart

We know that sometimes the jobs search can be a little tedious. Networking, resumes, applications, phone interviews, face-to-face interviews, thank you notes – there’s a lot to keep track of. You may have applied to companies and haven’t heard anything or don’t know where you stand in the process. It can be confusing and frustrating.

At Netsmart, we want to keep our recruitment process clear and easy to understand, so you’re not left hanging in job-search limbo. Just like you’re trying to find the perfect company for you, we want to find the perfect fit for our candidates. We want your experience with us to be a positive one!

We are excited that you may be considering applying to Netsmart to join our family of more than 1,300 associates. Watch below as one of our awesome Netsmart Talent Acquisition Specialists Ashley DeMond, gives a brief overview of what a typical candidate experience may be during our recruitment process so you can know what to expect from us.

To learn more about the career opportunities at Netsmart and to join our Talent Network, visit our Careers page by clicking here.

Walk The Walk, Talk The Talk – Netsmart Associates Become Mental Health First Aid Instructors

CPR. We’re all aware of this vital, life-saving technique. It is a training many of us have learned at some point in life – in Boy Scouts, after school programs or first aid training because it is a simple way to potentially save someone’s life. But, what if there was a health issue that affected more people than heart attacks and only 1 million people across the United States knew how to save someone from it?

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Tricia (left) and Julie at their Mental Health First Aid training.

Mental illness affects more than 43.8 million adults. That number continues to grow, creating a significant need to prepare individuals to know how to help in mental health emergencies. Managed and operated by the National Council for Behavioral Health and the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an 8-hour course that gives people the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.

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