When on Assignment, Your Recruiter is Your Lifeline.
When you’re on a travel nursing assignment, there can be questions or uncertainties that arise. Your peers at your assigned facility will likely be able to answer many of your questions, but having a resource outside of the facility is incredibly important. Developing a strong relationship with your recruiter helps to build both trust and confidence, meaning you can comfortably come to them with any questions. It’s nice having someone understanding on the other end of the line, isn’t it? Your travel nurse recruiter is your BFF on the fly.
Your Recruiter Should Genuinely Care About Your Success.
When choosing a recruiter you’d like to work with (though not every agency provides options for nurses), it’s important to find someone that understands your work experience, your goals, and how you define success. Working as a travel nurse is an exciting opportunity; having that extra support will help you make the most of your assignments. If you’re having trouble, your recruiter is there to listen and help. Building that bond means your recruiter really cares about your success and the things that are important to you.
Remember That Your Recruiter is Here to Help You.
Recruiters want to make sure you have the best possible experience on your travel nursing assignment. They should be one step ahead on your behalf. Whether you’re asleep, on a current assignment, or simply unavailable, your recruiter can be searching for your next potential assignment. He or she can act like the link between you and your next travel job. If there’s somewhere you’ve been wanting to travel to, your travel nurse recruiter can keep an eye out for assignments in that area. While you are a patient advocate, your recruiter is your advocate.
Our team understands that your relationship with your recruiter is so crucial to your experience. At Next Travel Nursing, you’re able to choose the recruiter you want to work with to help you make the most of your assignments. Yeah, we know. It’s a pretty sweet deal.