New York, NY (PRWEB) October 5, 2008
With the nationwide shortage of nurse educators fueling the nursing shortage currently plaguing America's health care system, the National League for Nursing has joined HEALTHeCAREERS Network in a bid to match qualified faculty with job openings in all kinds of nursing programs from doctoral to LPN. This unique recruitment tool is made possible through the cooperation of the nation's most prestigious health care associations.
The new NLN Career Center, a comprehensive, confidential service, is easily accessible from the NLN's home page by clicking on careers (http://www.nln.org/careers/index.htm). "We are delighted to partner with HEALTHeCAREERS Network in a venture that promises to connect qualified faculty with the schools of nursing that so desperately need them," asserted NLN CEO Dr. Beverly Malone, in announcing the launch of the NLN's Career Center. "This vital service represents an excellent resource to the health care community."
Nurse educators who visit the site can:
Build a profile that prospective employers may view
Search all available appropriate job listings and submit applications in a secure, confidential system
Set up Job Alerts according to personal pre-set criteria
Learn about opportunities to network with prospective employers at upcoming professional conferences
Receive professional guidance on what jobs may be best suited to candidates' working style, skill set, and level of experience
Nursing schools can take advantage of:
Applicant Screening -- only pre-qualified applicants make it into the résumé database
Hand Matching Service -- a database search to identify appropriate candidates
Résumé database access
Job posts updated directly from your web site
Featured Employer and other advertising opportunities
Dedicated account management
The NLN is one of more than 70 professional health care associations in the Colorado-based HEALTHeCAREERS Network which seeks to assist all those in health care from administration and operations; allied health fields, such as sonography; biotechnology and research; nursing; dentistry; and pharmaceuticals, to physicians or medical specialists.
Reporters/Editors: To arrange interviews, please contact Karen R. Klestzick, chief communications officer, at (212) 812-0376 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dedicated to excellence in nursing , the National League for Nursing is the premier organization for nurse faculty and leaders in nursing education offering faculty development, networking opportunities, testing services, nursing research grants, and public policy initiatives to its 27,000 individual and 1,200 institutional members