Travel Nursing Job Search — In a Jimute

By now you probably know about our In a Jimute video series, which helps busy Travelers and aspiring Travelers learn more about Travel Nursing — in a Jimute.

The latest installment offers tips on how to do your own Travel Nursing Job Search — in a Jimute! Here’s Jim with some quick, helpful information on that.

Great points, Jim!

Even when you’re working with a great recruiter it can be nice to be able to search jobs on your own as well, just to explore and get an idea of what’s out there. The Medical Solutions’ job search truly is an excellent tool for Travelers looking for their next gig, as well as those just looking into traveling for the first time. You can customize your search by title, specialty, and/or location — which really helps you drill down and be able to see only the jobs that might be a good fit for you!

However, as Jim also advised, if you see a job you are interested in or would like to know more about, you should contact your recruiter right away; because in Travel Nursing, posted jobs can be filled very quickly and become unavailable to you. Another benefit to working closely with your recruiter is that they can often let you know about jobs that match your criteria right away so you can pounce on the best assignments for you!

On a related point, this is why it’s so important for you to be in close communication with your recruiter and to make sure that he or she has a really clear idea of what you’re looking for in an assignment and location. The more specific info you provide them, the better they can perform when it comes to recommending jobs and helping you strike while the iron’s hot!

If you have a query for Jim, click here to submit your very own Travel Nursing question — and be sure to check out the other In a Jimute videos while you’re there!

About the Author

Hi, I'm Sarah Wengert, a creative content writer for the amazing Medical Solutions based in Omaha, Nebraska. While I'm not a Travel Nurse, I love to travel and I truly appreciate the hard, important work that nurses do. I'm very happy to represent a company that cares so much about its people. Thanks for reading!

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