SAN ANTONIO – BCFS, a global system of health and human service non-profit organizations, has named Aram Svajian Director of Talent Acquisition. In this role, Svajian will oversee and manage the full life cycle of the company’s talent identification and recruitment processes.
Svajian comes to BCFS with a 20-plus year career in human resources, recruitment and staffing. At Randstad Healthcare and ProCare One Heathcare Staffing, he honed his skills in recruiting strategies, market diversification, training and development, customer service, improving retention rates, building high performance teams, and strengthening operational effectiveness. He earned his B.A. in human resources from the University of Central Oklahoma and an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University.
As BCFS’ Director of Talent Acquisition, Svajian will institute policies and procedures to enhance recruiting effectiveness, streamline the recruitment-to-hire process, and improve the overall candidate experience. His new role will also entail the development of a flexible and adaptive recruiting team that can quickly respond to the diverse needs of the BCFS system.
“With his education and extensive experience, I know Aram will bring high-performance outcomes to the BCFS Human Resources team,” said Karen Thaxton, EVP – Human Resources. “He is a hands-on leader with a breadth of cross-functional expertise in customer service and the applicant experience, with sharp instincts for capitalizing on industry trends. Aram will continue to build BCFS’ best-in-class approach to attracting, sourcing and hiring.”
For more information about BCFS, visit www.DiscoverBCFS.net.
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BCFS is a global system of health and human service non-profit organizations with locations and programs throughout the United States as well as Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa. The organization is a national leader in medical sheltering and emergency management and response, providing critical emergency support services to federal, state and local governments. BCFS also provides residential services and emergency shelters for children who are abused or neglected; assisted living services and vocational training for adults with intellectual disabilities; mental health services for children and families, foster care and adoption services; medical services; early education; transitional living services for youth who are at-risk and those in the juvenile justice system; residential camping and retreats for children and families; and international humanitarian aid for children living in impoverished conditions in developing countries.