We are IH is a recognition campaign to spotlight Interior Health employees and medical staff – through pictures and stories.
|Name: Dominique Frost (she/her)||Job Title: Human Resources Recruitment Assistant|
|Length of Service: 10 months||Worksite: Community Health & Services Centre|
|Community: Kelowna||Ancestral Territory: “Syilx” Okanagan (O-k an-a-gan) Interior Salish|
|Favourite Quote:||“Life is a journey of discovery.”|
Dominique Frost is proud to be an Interior Health employee and part of a team who cares deeply about the work they do. In her role as Recruitment Assistant for our Human Resources department, she supports all new employees joining our organization.
“Helping others along their career path, listening to their career successes, and learning about their career goals is the driving force of my job, day in and day out.”
Dominique describes herself as dynamic, adventurous, kind, curious, and thoughtful – qualities that enable her to work well with people – perfect for her role in HR. She says working collaboratively with her hard-working colleagues inspires her to learn and grow.
“Everyone on my team cares deeply about the work that they do. I am proud to be part of my team and an organization that is paving the way for younger generations.”
As Dominique develops my own career, she is committed to challenging herself to think outside the box, learn from others, and grow herself as an individual.
“I also look forward to continuing to engage with employees and understand better the daily intricacies of their jobs.”
Interests and passions Dominique enjoys outside of work include road biking, mountain biking, softball, hiking, camping, and enjoying the Okanagan sunshine.
Dominique’s nomination keeps the We Are IH loop going:
“I nominate fellow recruiter Louise Pilon. Louise is friendly, energetic, and passionate about her work. We also share the same love in road biking. We have been working closely together since I started with the Recruitment team in November and she has always been so warm and welcoming.”
– Dominique Frost