Why did you choose Atlas MedStaff?
I could point to the exciting opportunity to further my career in a rapidly growing industry, or the overwhelmingly positive culture spoken about by those who referred me, but if I'm being honest it was the phenomenal dad-joke energy Steve Ryan gave during our interview.
My parents are just a few miles away here in Omaha, I have a younger sister who lives with her husband in Austin, TX, while my wife continues to work (for now) in NYC. Both my wife and sister are planning to relocate to Omaha by the end of 2023, which I'm very much looking forward to.
Our sweet and silent Yorkie rescue, Donut, quietly passed last year at the age of 12 (vets thought she'd never make it to 10 with her rough medical history).
As such, we currently have none -- but I am routinely enlisted by my parents as well as local friends to dogsit. May look to adopt again in the next year or two.
Cycling (if you see a lone bike in-office it's probably mine), cooking with little regard for culinary traditions, audio/video editing, playing piano/synthesizers, dancing on four-arrow panels (AKA DDR), and reading/learning every spare chance I get.
Any other information you want to share:
My job here at Atlas is to absorb and spread knowledge as much as possible while (hopefully) making everyone else's workflow(s) more seamless and efficient. To that end, no one on this team should ever hesitate to reach out to me with feedback if a published policy or process does not make sense in the context of our daily work. If anyone ever has a verifiably better way to do something, I'll be your #1 advocate in pushing it forward.
Top five things on your Bucket List:
1. Buy a house by the end of '25
2. Hit 10,000 miles on my bike's odometer by the end of '30
3. Sustain myself for an entire winter on a home garden
4. Beat my dad at golf (just once) before he's too old to play anymore
5. Be instrumental in growing Atlas to $10B annual revenue
There is no try.