Yuma, AZ (PRWEB) November 2, 2005
After making a big splash with the attendees at this year's National League for Nursing Summit in Baltimore, MD, the word is getting out that NursingFacultyJobs.com is the best value in recruiting for schools seeking nurse educators and the easiest way for nursing faculty to find their next job.
It's no wonder that employers are excited. Postings are only $135, and there is no limit on words or on time posted for up to one year. "We had a very positive response from deans and department chairs. They were very happy with our rates and that there is no time limit. On other sites, your ad is up for 30 days or 60 days and then it's gone unless you write another check. The reality is that some searches take longer, and we recognize that," says Shane Turner, owner.
With nearly 6,000 hits per day, the website is becoming a favorite with nursing faculty candidates too. "Instead of having the frustration of wading through hundreds of job listings that have nothing to do with the search terms a candidate has used, we offer a refreshing alternative. Candidates can be assured that when they visit the site, the only jobs they'll see are for nursing faculty and nurse educators," states Turner. Candidates can search open positions by date posted, state, or by institution. They can also subscribe to an e-mail update service and have the week's postings sent to them.
"The difference between NursingFacultyJobs.com and other sites is the extra effort we commit to helping you fill your vacancy," explains Turner. "I think a lot of websites just post the vacancy and expect the candidates to come to them. Employers can't afford that attitude. Nursing faculty are just too busy keeping up with clinical issues as it is, so we make the effort to reach out to them. In addition to heavy advertising on Yahoo! and Google, we cross advertise in the journals that your candidates are reading such as Nurse Educator, Nursing 2005, Syllabus, and others to ensure that your ad will be seen by the candidates you are seeking."
"We also participate in sponsoring professional development activities for nursing faculty, another thing that sets us apart from many of our competitors," Turner said. In addition to attending the NLN Summit in October, NursingFacultyJobs.com is providing support to the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing's (NOADN) annual meeting to be held on November 6 - 8th and the American Academy of Nursing's (AAN) annual meeting to be held on November 10-12th. "Professional development is important. We want to be associated with helping nursing educators and nursing education in general," Turner stated.
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