John Nykolaiszyn

at The Florida International University College of Business


  • The Florida International University College of Business




The Florida International University College of Business

John Nykolaiszyn, MS, SHRM-SCP John Nykolaiszyn is an accomplished human resources professional living and working in South Florida. He started his recruiting career working for The Maxim Group, a division of Aerotek. Capitalizing on a unique opportunity for growth, he joined a boutique firm in 1999, becoming a partner in 2000. He then made a successful transition into corporate HR in two very challenging industries, healthcare and quick service restaurants.

He’s been a senior recruiter at Mount Sinai Medical Center, one of Miami’s largest private, teaching hospitals and an HR Generalist at a high tech laboratory startup owned by one of the largest private hospital chains in the country, Hospital Corporation of America (HCA).

As a Senior Recruiter at Burger King Corporation, John was responsible for partnering with multiple departments, notably their IT and Marketing & Corporate Communications supporting their talent acquisition needs. In addition to his corporate recruiting responsibilities at Burger King Corporation, he was a key member for promoting their employment brand in the social space.

John is now an Associate Director at Florida International University where he is responsible for representing the College of Business Administration, the graduates and alumni to employers on a local, national and international level.

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