If you’re thinking about taking a travel contract this fall, congratulations! You must be smart. Travel nursing has many great benefits besides the amazing destinations. You can develop new skills, maintain schedule flexibility, and earn great pay! Read a travel nurse success story here.
But if it’s your first time taking a travel contract, the process may seem a little daunting. To help, we sat down with our wonderful Director of Travel Services, Molly Cooper, for some travel nurse tips. She has been with us for nine years and really knows how to get the most out of travel nursing. Molly suggests you…
When looking for jobs it’s always a good idea to have at least three locations in mind. This will increase your chances of getting the perfect assignment!
Your recruiter is your advocate so utilize their knowledge! There is no such thing as too many questions when looking for and preparing to start your assignment.
When phone screening with a facility, it’s just as much an interview for you as it is for them. This may be your one chance to speak with the manager before you start – make the most of it!
Stay organized (We have an app for that)
From timecards to schedules — organization is key! Plus, each assignment you take may ask for different credentials. Keep copies of all of them together in a folder or flash drive for whenever needed.
Make the most of your time at your new destination. When you’re enjoying your personal life, your work life is that much better! Be sure to ask your recruiter for recommendations on fun things to do in the area.
You can plan your next travel contract with Molly and the rest of Favorite’s amazing travel department. Just fill out an application and get your adventure started today!
If you start a travel contract with us before Dec. 31st you may be eligible to receive a $200 Southwest Airlines® Gift Card! It’s the perfect way to start the holiday travel season!
Call 1-800-755-1441 for more details
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