By December 3, 2007 0 Comments

Travel nursing checklist item #6: Working with your recruiter

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The next thing you want to look at is what kind of relationship do you want with you recruiter. Many travel nurse agencies are split up based on regions or states, so if you decide to move to another location after your first assignment is over that is outside of your recruiters region then you are forced to work with a new recruiter. However, some companies are split up based on Recruiters and Client Managers, this type of set up lets you maintain and build a great relationship with your Recruiter who knows you and your needs. I would definitely look into this before you choose a travel nursing company.

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About the Author:

My name is Jeff Long. I’m the Marketing Manager at Medical Solutions, one of the leading travel nursing companies. I have never been a nurse and am not a recruiter. I have worked at Medical Solutions for four years and think it is a great company that has a lot to offer nurses and allied health professionals interested in a travel career. I do post just a small sampling of travel nursing jobs from Medical Solutions, but mostly I write about travel nursing. On this site you will not be recruited on this blog (unless you specifically inquire about traveling with Medical Solutions then I will forward your info to a Recruiter). I understand that you are reading and/or commenting on this blog purely for informational purposes and I want you to enjoy that experience My job is to help you meet your career goals by sharing information, advice and the benefits of travel nursing with you.

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