Make sure that you meet the minimum requirements for the position. Instead of contacting the hiring manager, try contacting HR.
Answered - Currently employed (Current Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Show that you want to work and learn about the company. Call HR to let them know you really want to work and learn.
Answered - Milieu Manager (Current Employee) - College Station, TX
Take it as a sign of disorganisation that you must track an employer down for a job and look elsewhere.
Answered - Business Development (Former Employee) - College Station, TX
The managers are working 65 to 70 hours a week and then fortunately looking at new applications sometimes took a backseat. I would call and ask for the director of nursing or the director of therapist or whatever director applies to the job you're applying for and follow up with an email too.
Answered - Decline (Former Employee) - Johnstown, CO
Use the website and follow up call to HR
Answered - Business Office (Current Employee) - Leland, NC