People to know when it’s time to grow.

Whether you are an ENT looking to enhance your career or a growing practice looking for next-level talent, our exceptional team can help. Our ENT recruiting team focuses exclusively on otolaryngology and otolaryngology sub-specialties, finding ideal candidates for practices coast-to-coast.

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Clients

Talent is the currency of the modern ENT practice. We take care of the time-consuming task of identifying and vetting doctors that match your technical needs and fit your culture.

Candidate Interviewing Process

Candidates

Maybe you are looking to relocate to a practice in a location that better fits your lifestyle. Perhaps you want to grow professionally. We talk to ENT practices every day across all 50 states and can help you identify opportunities that fit your personal and professional needs.

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Sell Your Practice

The connections we make give us the contacts and inside track on ENT practices available for or considering acquisition. No organization is better equipped to confidentially find buyers and sellers than ETS ENT.

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Otolaryngologist with patient

Focused on ENT recruiting

Our specialized team talks to otolaryngologists, sub-specialists, and practices every day. By engaging with ETS, clients have a comprehensive team canvassing the nation for ideal candidates. Many of these doctors are not actively looking for new positions. Candidates get a team focused on finding the best fit possible for their needs and preferences. Our services allow them to consider excellent opportunities without actively searching.

ENT Careers

Practices in communities across the country need your skills. It’s your opportunity to serve and grow. Your next great opportunity could be just a click away.

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Beyond the Salary – Intangible Benefits for Otolaryngologists to Consider Job Search

Beyond the Salary – Intangible Benefits for Otolaryngologists to Consider

Jul 18, 2022

When looking at changing practices, financial compensation is often one of the first things to be compared. It's easy and quantifiable.  As you evaluate and compare differen

Hiring Master Tip: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late Hiring

Hiring Master Tip: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

Aug 8, 2022

As a recruiting firm specializing only in the recruitment of Otolaryngology, we know a thing or two when it comes to growing your ENT practice. In short, we've observed that p

How to Handle Negative Patient Reviews Practice Management

How to Handle Negative Patient Reviews

Jul 25, 2022

Bad reviews are a part of the landscape in a digitally connected world, but they can hurt your practice and your ability to attract employees. What do you do if you get a bad

How to Set Yourself Apart from Other Candidates During the Interview Interviewing

How to Set Yourself Apart from Other Candidates During the Interview

Aug 22, 2022

The increased demand for Otolaryngologists in today's job market means you may very likely have multiple offers on the table. Conversely, most practices look at multiple candi

Otolaryngologists: Tips for Successful Mentoring Practice Management

Otolaryngologists: Tips for Successful Mentoring

Jun 9, 2022

Being a mentor has many rewards, but like every other skill you have achieved in your career, it requires attention, the ability to adapt to a situation, and a willingness to

Reasons to Use a Recruiter in a Candidate-Driven Market Job Search

Reasons to Use a Recruiter in a Candidate-Driven Market

Jul 11, 2022

We'll be the first to admit it's currently a hot employment market, with demand for qualified associates at unprecedented levels all across the country. If you're an Otolaryng

The Contract Series: Part 1 – Preparing For Negotiations Offers/Contracts/Compensation

The Contract Series: Part 1 – Preparing For Negotiations

Apr 13, 2022

 You’re in discussions with an employer for a position that looks like a great fit, and it looks like you’ll be offered a contract. However, one of the most critical

The Contract Series: Part 2 – Reviewing the Terms Offers/Contracts/Compensation

The Contract Series: Part 2 – Reviewing the Terms

Apr 20, 2022

You’ve been offered a contract. In many cases, the initial contract is a standard document with some wiggle room. Remember, you’ll have to live with the conditions of this

The Contract Series: Part 3 – Before You Sign Offers/Contracts/Compensation

The Contract Series: Part 3 – Before You Sign

May 13, 2022

You’ve interviewed. You’ve negotiated. You’re ready to sign. Almost. There are still a few details to confirm.  The first, and perhaps most obvious, step you shoul

The One That Got Away Hiring

The One That Got Away

Jun 23, 2022

You thought your staffing issue was solved. You felt you had the right fit, you were confident the job offer was solid, you made the offer, and yet, somehow, they took another