Principal Recruiter - HIT Division

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Brad Morrison has joined the DRI as Healthcare IT Recruiter and Project Manager. With 6 years of prior Human Resource Management experience, Brad learned that his true passion is in recruiting, and finds that helping individuals advance their career is very fulfilling. Brad Morrison is a valuable healthcare IT recruiter who assists leading companies in finding top talent.

Prior to joining DRI, Brad spent 6 years as a Human Resource Manager at Beechmont Country Club. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Development at Notre Dame College.

Brad is a sports lover; football, basketball baseball, golf, as well as working out. He also played collegiate baseball at Notre Dame College.

Contact Brad Morrison: 440-996-0586

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M.S. – Candidate

“Very professional! Has great contacts and can put you into a new career quickly and he is more worried about you then himself. I highly recommend him!”

E.I. – Candidate

“Brad is wonderful to work with, and has exceptional expertise in recruiting in the healthcare industry. “Genuine expert” is the phrase that comes to mind when I think of Brad. I’ve been impressed by Brad’s responsiveness and attention to detail.…

F.D. – Candidate

“I recently worked with Brad during a transition in positions. From the beginning Brad was professional, proactive, and most importantly effective at securing introductions for me based on my areas of focus. At all times he kept me informed of…

D.B. – Candidate

“After a realignment, I unexpectedly entered the job market again. I took my job search seriously, spending 8 hours a day searching LinkedIn and posting for jobs. Fortunately, I was introduced to Brad through a close business contact. Brad was…

S.R. – Candidate

“Over the years, I have gotten quite a few messages from recruiters looking to assist me, and it is hard to tell who is “for real,” and who is just kicking tires with the hope of having anyone respond. When…