Meet Sara: RTG Medical’s Newest Recruiter

RTG Medical is one lucky company to have our newest solo hire, Sara Findley. Sara grew up in Grand Island, Nebraska, and currently lives in Omaha. She is coming to RTG Medical with public relations experience from the Omaha World-Herald and as a program director at Goodfellows. She is just as pumped to be at RTG as we are to have her! Sara says, “I was drawn to RTG because I enjoy helping others reach their full potential! Working with RTG to help our nurses do what they love and travel to see the world while doing it, makes my heart happy!”

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Sara is an avid concert attendee with her sister and mother. It is a ritual that each year, the three of them pick a concert to attend together. She says, “It is always a laugh, and each one tops the last. Our latest was CHER and it was fantastic!”

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One of Sara’s proudest accomplishments is traveling the world for six years with the Young Americans.

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Sara enjoys spending time with her fiancé, wedding planning, and hanging out with her two fur babies, Koda and Bear.

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Still, her bucket list is packed! She says, “I would love to travel to Ireland and New Zealand because they are beautiful countries that I would like to explore.” Sara is always up for something new and exciting, which is what ultimately drew her to apply at RTG Medical.

Sara says she is most excited about working at RTG because of the ability she has to create her own success while facing challenges constantly.

RTG Medical is excited to have a diverse and multi-talented staff. It’s the wide array of talents from recruiters that make this workplace so special.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

Here’s How RTG Medical Celebrated Being Named One of the “Best Places to Work in Omaha” for the Third Year in a Row

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RTG Medical has been voted Best Places to Work in Omaha by Baird Holm and the Omaha Chamber of Commerce for the third year in a row! To be considered for this award, employees answer survey questions regarding RTG’s work environment, culture, management, and opportunities for professional growth. Winning this award for the third year in a row represents how each employee values the culture that makes RTG one of the “Best Places to Work in Omaha”.

So, how did the company celebrate such a big award? With a field trip, of course. Employees kicked off the day by chartering to the awards luncheon in Omaha, then enjoyed an afternoon of games and mingling at Lucky Bucket Brewery! If you haven’t been to the brewery yet, we highly recommend it for group outings.

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What makes RTG such a fun and unique place to work? Let some of our employees tell you!

Shelby Cameron, Senior Recruiter, says, “I feel RTG Medical is the best place to work because of the atmosphere. I enjoy all of the fun events RTG is able to offer year round and the energy RTG employees bring to the work place every day which gets me excited to come into work. I also enjoy how tight knit RTG is. I have a home away from home and I love that about my work!”

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Others describe RTG as a company that genuinely cares and values its employees to encourage them to work hard and create an environment that is positive. They love being rewarded for the hard work with fun outings, delicious food, and prizes.

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Emily Kimmell, Credentialing Specialist, says, “I love working here because of the collaborative environment. There is cooperation and shared goals all revolving around helping each other grow in the professional lives. Everyone shares the same vision and is dedicated to work toward our goals. The culture here at RTG is something that really drives a positive work environment.”

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TJ Butler, Senior Recruiter, describes RTG as the best because he’s never worked at a place that genuinely puts people first.

“From the top down, RTG Medical understands the significance of its people, and that culture reflects on how we treat our traveling medical professionals.  I feel like we are one big family at RTG Medical. That culture and mindset makes it natural to carry it over to how we treat our Travelers.  Personally, I treat each and every Traveler I come across as a teammate/family member and not just a number because that’s how we are treated internally at RTG Medical.  I’ve been around the block a time or two but RTG Medical truly is a special place to be apart of.  When you hear people talking about the grass being greener on the other side, the other side is RTG Medical, and I can’t imagine a place where the grass could possibly be greener!”

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RTG is proud to be named one of the Best Places To Work in Omaha for the third year in a row. We are thankful to be a part of a community that recognizes companies that are trying to build a better workplace and work to create cultures that put their employees first.

A special thank you to our amazing photographer, Elliot Janssen, for capturing the day of RTG celebrating its employees!

If you are interested in joining our team, click here to apply!

RTG Springs Into May With Four New Hires

Nearly a month and a half into spring, RTG Medical continues to blossom as we add four new hires to our team. Please join RTG as we welcome the newest class of recruiters: Rachel, Taylor, Mackenzie, and Jeremy. Find out which new recruiter brings knowledge and first-hand experience about the medical field from their previous job as a Respiratory Therapist!

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Rachel Hedlund
NE
Previous Job: Registered Respiratory Therapist
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Every concert I have been to was “the best”!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? The great environment and all the fun they have as a team.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
To travel to every state. Only three left to go, I love to travel.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Boating, anything with my kids, and traveling.

Taylor Schlecht
Scribner, NE
Previous Job: Interior Designer
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? I have been to so many concerts but Blink 182 or Shania Twain were my top two. Blink because it was high energy and just an overall great time. I crowd surfed and made it all the way to the front! Ha!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I am so excited to be a part of something great. Everyone I talk to speaks so highly about working here. The atmosphere is positive which excites me!
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
I want to travel to every state! I absolutely love to travel, so completing that would be amazing.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? I love spending time with my family, shopping, decorating, refinish furniture and boating!

Mackenzie Milks
Fremont, NE
Previous Job: Human Resources/Recruiter

What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I have been working from home for most of my professional career. I ‘m excited to be in a progressive work environment. The commission opportunity doesn’t hurt either.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
Travel. The world is such a unique and varied place. I think to understand people you need to have experienced life outside your normal.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Most of my free time is spent with my two kids. We like to play outside, listen to music, and dance badly.

Jeremy Hoffman
Sidney, NE
Previous Job: Personal Trainer
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Honestly the Chainsmokers. My wife and I got free tickets so we went and it was way more fun than I expected.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? The chance to be good at something different and recognized for it.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
Skydiving! I like the thrill of being scared!
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? I love doing outside activities with my wife and daughter and working out.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

RTG Adds Largest Recruiting Class Yet!

Aren’t we lucky? Our seven newest hired recruiters are one of the most unique groups we’ve had yet! From their range in interests in playing instruments in a band to learning how to fly an airplane in flight school. We are excited to welcome Miranda, Bre, John, Amanda, Kyle, TJ, and Adam to the RTG family. Read about their favorite hobbies to do outside of work below.

Miranda Mclntosh
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Guns N Roses in Omaha. I stood front row and caught a guitar pick!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical?
I am thrilled to be working for a company who cares about their people and their success.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
My short term “bucket list” is to take my family on a vacation to Florida. Long term “bucket list” is to travel anywhere with my husband when my kids are out of the house.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Spend warm, sunny days at the pool with a drink in my hand.

Bre Phillips
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? I went to a Sublime Concert in Red Rocks with my husband and best friend. I LOVE Colorado and the atmosphere was amazing!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical?
Everything to be honest. I’ve heard such great things and being here and hearing about how much they value their employees is so important.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
Visit every state and as many countries so I can see the world.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Play with my kiddos, workout, golf, and anything outdoors.

John Klein
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Iron Maiden in Irvine, CA in 2009. It was a great outdoor venue and I traveled with two friends there.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical?
Working at a company with a great reputation that also takes care of customers and their employees. Also, meeting new people.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
Riding motorcycles through Europe- Scenery and Serenity. Visiting all Disney Parks because I love Disney.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Motorcycling, golfing and bowling.

Amanda Rinne
Omaha, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Hands down Prince. He was so energetic and put you in a good mood.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical?
Building new relationships and working on a team with everyone. The hot breakfast on Fridays will be very nice too.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
To take my two daughters to Disney World and on a Disney Cruise.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Being with my girls, going on cruises, watching football, and boating.

Kyle Sasse
Kearney, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Tough question. First going to see Metallica in 2003 it was epic. Next, was opening for Saving Abel in January 2018. It was the best crowd, an interactive show, and incredibly fun.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical?
Culture, RTG has the best and most inviting culture of any place I have worked. Genuine as well.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
Open for Metallica. Why not?
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Playing and hanging out with my kids, cooking, playing guitar, playing in my band, recording music, and riding my motorcycle.

TJ Butler
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Widespread Panic at Red Rocks, CO because Red Rocks is an incredible outdoor venue and widespread panic was my favorite band at the time.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical?
Friday morning hot breakfast… especially on bacon days.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
Go to Dubai because it’s on my wife’s bucket list.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Referee basketball, golf, attend concerts and go to the zoo with family.

Adam Dobson
Wichita Falls, TX
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? NEEDTOBREATHE and Mat Kearney in Grand Prairie, TX. NTB is my favorite band and seeing Mat Kearney open for them was just a bonus. We also had VIP pit passes for the show.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical?
Beginning a new career in a fast-growing industry and being a part of a very positive and great company.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why?
I’ve already crossed off my two top items: flying a plane and skydiving. Next, I want to earn my private pilots license (PPL) and skydiving certification.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Anything outside. Working out, playing music, shooting, fishing, and hunting.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

RTG Medical Welcomes Second Class of Interns

Our first RTG intern class has graduated! Now, we’re welcoming two Midland University students to our internship program. These two are busy competing, studying, and enjoying the adventures of college. We are excited to finally introduce the smiling faces who greet our team every day. Join us in welcoming Lexie and Ty!

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Grand Island, NE

Major: Business Administration and Marketing with a minor in coaching
Sport: Cheerleading
Why did you choose to intern at RTG? All of the positive things I heard about the company and the people that work here.
How would you spend one million dollars? Pay off my student loans and then buy lots of golden-doodle puppies.
If you could have any super power, what would it be? Definitely read minds.
Where do you see yourself in 20 years?
Hopefully happy with lots of golden-doodles.
If you could host a talk show, who would be your first guest?
For sure Ryan Reynolds (because he’s hot).
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Anywhere near family and friends!

Ty Hecker
David City, NE
Major:
Business
Sport:
Dance
Why did you choose to intern at RTG? Because of all of the good things I’ve heard from past interns and current employees.
How would you spend one million dollars?
Pay off my schooling/house. I would probably buy a new car and save the rest.
If you could have any super power, what would it be?
The ability to fly.
Where do you see yourself in 20 years?
Hopefully have bought a new house, have children, and practicing law.
If you could host a talk show, who would be your first guest?
Probably Melissa McCarthy because she is really funny.
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Switzerland!

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

A Glimpse into Giving: RTG Medical’s 2019 Community Partnership Program

Community service and partnerships play an integral role at RTG Medical. Employees team up to volunteer, serve and make a difference in the Greater Omaha Area. Take a peek into events from 2018 and what’s in store for 2019!

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Wreaths Across America

RTG has partnered with this nonprofit to ensure at least 500 wreaths are laid on a veteran’s grave. Our team volunteers at the Memorial Cemetery in Fremont and the Omaha National Cemetery. Two RTG employees and veterans of U.S. military, Scott Steffensmeier (Navy) and Zach Crosby (Marines), will participate in Omaha on Saturday, December 15th.

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Fremont Family YMCA

The Fremont Family YMCA and RTG Medical launched SwimMates in January. The program teaches swimming lessons to first graders in the Fremont area. More than 450 first graders have graduated from the program from seven Fremont area elementary schools. Here’s an inside look at one of the swim lessons!

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Special Olympics: Nebraska and Fremont teams

RTG Medical has become the first corporate sponsor for Nebraska’s Special Olympics Team. Nearly 70 athletes and coaches traveled to Seattle for the National Games. Five athletes at that competition were from the Special Olympics Fremont Team. RTG’s sponsorship helped cover travel costs, uniforms, and incidentals for all athletes. Fremont athlete Wyatt Spalding spoke on behalf of both the Special Olympics Nebraska and Fremont teams on how the organization helped make an impact on his life.

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Nebraska & Dodge County Humane Society

Tens of thousands of animals have come through our local humane society’s doors. RTG partners with both the Nebraska and Dodge County Humane Society. This incredible organization provides each animal with dental exams, necessary surgeries and any needed medication in hopes the animals get a second chance and become adopted. RTG’s partnership with NHS included donations of two large, washable dog or cat houses filled with medical supplies along with a donation check from RTG employees. In Fremont, the Dodge County Humane Society helps thousands of stray animals from the Fremont and surrounding area throughout the year.

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RTG Medical’s newest community partner, Folds of Honor, provides educational scholarships to spouses and children of fallen and disabled service-members. RTG is driven to support their mission: “Honor Their Sacrifice. Educate Their Legacy.” In 2019, RTG employees will provide more than $14,000 in scholarships.

All of these organizations truly care about the communities they serve and RTG Medical is proud to play a part in the difference these nonprofits make. Stay tuned for updates throughout 2019 on how RTG is making a difference in the Omaha and Fremont communities!

Closing Out 2018 With Six New Hires

RTG is wrapping up 2018 with six new employees being added to our administrative, marketing, and recruiting team. Help us welcome Cassandra, Miranda, Katy, Carrie, Anna, and Lianna to RTG Medical!

December 2018 New Hires

Cassandra Martin, Marketing Intern
Le Mars, IA
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why?
There’s been a lot of great ones, but LANCO in Okoboji, IA was amazing!! I was in the front row and caught a drumstick from the drummer.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? The amazing culture and environment. I am excited to learn more about the marketing side of RTG.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? Travel through Europe because it looks incredible.
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? I love to spend time with my Fiance and dogs. I enjoy being active outdoors, traveling, and working out.

Miranda Barrett, Senior Recruiter
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Too many to name, can’t pick just one!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I’m excited to work for a company that has a great culture and am excited to build new relationships with my co-workers and travelers.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? Skydiving
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? Spending time with my two children and husband, DIY projects, shopping, cooking, anything outdoors.

Katy Haneline, Administrative Assistant
Arlington, NE
Where were you born and where did you grow up? I was born in Omaha, NE and grew up in Arlington, NE.
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Going to see Josh Groban because he is my favorite singer.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? The opportunity to learn.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? I enjoy gardening and spending time with my dogs.

Carrie Steffensmeier, Administrative Assistant
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Probably, hands down Garth Brooks.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? New direction and team environment.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? Disney World with my family, as I have never been.
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? Working out, being creative artistically, and spending time with my family.

Anna Moles, Administrative Assistant
Bloomfield, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? The best concert I’ve been to is Colt Ford and Florida Georgia Line. But I’m super excited to see the Back Street Boys next year!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I love the atmosphere and really enjoy the people I work with.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? The number one thing on my bucket list is to go to Greece. It looks so beautiful and I love the culture. 
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? 
Play with my dogs: Rigz, Zues, and Maverick. I enjoy riding my horse, Johnny, and spending time with my family.

Lianna Prill, Content Marketing Specialist
Holdrege, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Looking forward to Michael Bublé and Carrie Underwood at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in 2019!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? Work/life balance.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? Getting married in the Rocky Mountains!
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? Singing, playing the piano, and painting.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

Meet RTG Medical’s Latest Fab Five

Here at RTG Medical we have many things we are thankful for this Thanksgiving, but our new hires top off the list. We are pleased to announce the newest employees of the RTG team Laurie, Mikenah, Eric, Justin, and Chuck.

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Laurie Belak
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Bruce Springsteen because I had backstage passes! The tickets were free and the band gave me the drumsticks the drummer used that night. I met the band on a plan ride home from London.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? The possibility to advance to different roles with the company as the company grows.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? I would like to go to Hawaii to enjoy the scenery and weather. I also want to go to the Balloon Glow in Arizona!
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? I enjoy reading, watching sports since I used to participate in them. Also, I enjoy doing anything with my children and grandchildren.

Mikenah Rieken
Grand Island, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Seeing Luke Bryan in the front row in Vegas on Fremont Street hands down. I also got to meet him back stage at his tour bus after the concert!
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I am most excited about being part of such a successful growing company and the amazing culture it has! I hope to stay with this company and continue to grow right along with it.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? I would say sky diving, but I have already crossed that off the list. I definitely want to go again! Somewhere prettier than Nebraska though. Another thing on my list (that’s not very realistic) is that I would love to go into outer space!
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? I love to dance! It’s gotten a lot more difficult to find time and a place to dance with a full time job, but I like to stay involved with the Midland Dance Team as much as I can. Most of the time I just like to hang out with friends or my boyfriend and find fun things to do together.

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Eric Guerrero
Omaha, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Grassroots Music Festival where I worked as a photographer for the event, so I got to be backstage. I met Lupe Fiasco, Mac Miller, Logic, and more.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I’m looking forward to experiencing the culture and income potential.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? I’d love to travel out of the country on a vacation with my fiancé because she’s never traveled international before.
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? Photography and videography.

Justin Jorgensen
Omaha, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Hank Williams Jr. with Eric Church as an opener in Kansas City. Got to go backstage and meet them.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? Maximizing my personal potential and I’m a very competitive individual.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? Moose and bear hunting trip.
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? Golfing, fishing, hunting… Anything outdoors.

Chuck Utesch
Sioux City, IA
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Guns & Roses at the Tacoma Dome.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I’m most excited about the potential to earn commission and having to make the commute to Omaha every day.
Name something on your “bucket list” and why? Traveling to Israel. I’ve never traveled outside of North America.
Favorite hobbies or activities outside of work? I enjoy golfing, skiing, and anything sports-related.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

May: a Month of Spring Showers & New Hires!

April showers have brought on the May flowers along with four new hires at RTG. Read below to find out which one of them has a farm with goats, pigs, chickens, and ducks!

May New Hires 2018

Dani Wheeler
Omaha, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Garth Brooks. No explanation needed.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? Opportunities, relationships to be made, and the positive and encouraging environment!
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? Paris – it has always been a bucket list vacation.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Spending time with family and friends, crafting, or spending time in the sun.

Joni White
Elwood, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? NEBRASKALand Days 2016 – fun time with friends.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? Fun atmosphere and crushing goals!
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? Germany – I took German in high school, and I love the culture.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Fitness and tending to my farm animals (goats, pigs, chickens, and ducks).

Meagan Sondergaard
Grand Island, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? The best concert experience I went to was a Jon Pardi concert because it was NEBRASKALand Days, and he knows how to “Pardi“.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I’m most excited about learning more about the company and going through a new experience with the new position.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? I don’t have one place that I would choose to travel over anywhere else. Although, traveling is my favorite thing to do, so I hope I will travel to at least 20 countries.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? I love playing volleyball, softball and corn hole leagues. I also enjoy taking my “dog-daughter” for walks, spending time at the lake, wakeboarding, tubing, snowboarding, and, of course, spending some time in the gym.

Preston Walford
Tekamah, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? When I was a kid, Lonestar came and played on the driving range at the golf course I grew up playing at. It was just awesome to see such a huge event going on at a place that meant so much to me.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? The culture here is unlike anything I’ve seen before. I can’t wait to get to work with these amazing people in such a supportive environment.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? I would love to go over to Scotland and Ireland to play in the old, classic links golf courses. Everyone I know who have done it say it’s a trip every golfer needs to make.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? When not at RTG, you’ll be able to find me on the golf course, spending time with my girlfriend, or at the lake with my friends. Once the weather turns, I enjoy getting out to the mountains and snowboarding.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

RTG Medical Kicks Off March with Three New Hires

Spring is almost here, and we also get to welcome RTG’s newest recruiters to the team. Learn which of them mentioned Metallica as their favorite concert!

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Molly Paden
Oakland, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Pink! It was an awesome time with family and friends.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I am most excited about helping people while working in a fun environment.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? I would go to Sweden to learn more about my heritage and meet distant relatives.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Spending time with family and friends – especially my two kids!

Scott Steffensmeier
Fremont, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Metallica – when I was in high school years ago.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? The atmosphere – the positive impact I can make recruiting/working to help others find opportunities.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? Germany, because I’ve never been there and my family has history there.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Biking, fishing, and spending time with family.

Cody Gorsett
Omaha, NE
What was the best concert experience you’ve had and why? Eric Church was tough to beat, it was his first stop on tour and he played for three hours.
What are you most excited about in working at RTG Medical? I am excited to help people.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why? The northeast or the northwest regions of the U.S. They are polar opposites, but both have some of the most beautiful countryside and golf courses in the world.
Favorite hobbies or activities to do outside of work? Family and friends are very important to my wife and me but if I’m not with them, I’ll be golfing.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining our growing team, click here to apply!

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