Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) March 23, 2010
Travel nurses and therapists are now able to scoop on the best available healthcare jobs and stay updated effortlessly through American Traveler's web site, a leading travel nurse staffing agency. New job postings are added hourly on the web site’s Hot Healthcare Jobs page, while a Jobs RSS feed delivers the hottest opportunities in nursing jobs and physical therapy jobs to subscribers’ emails daily.
These features give travel nurses and other allied healthcare professionals immediate access to great new position openings with up to 110K per year in earning potential, as well as a heads-up about availability across the nation for critical care jobs, case manager jobs, occupational and physical therapist jobs, just to name a few.
In addition, there are several other improvements and features to the American Traveler site that really aid the search for healthcare jobs:
“With unemployment rates at an all-time high and the economic climate unsteady, hospitals and rehab centers are waiting to post open positions until just a few weeks before the actual start date,” said Mary Kay Hull, Vice President of Recruitment at American Traveler. “Time is of the essence; posting with hourly feeds reaches qualified candidates who are interested and ready to start travel nurse jobs right away. Client facilities have been very satisfied with the response time and the accuracy of the candidate match.”
Improvements to the American Traveler site are accompanied by new features for travel nurses on the popular social media networking sites Twitter and Facebook.
Nurses and therapists can follow American Traveler on Twitter to get the most recent job offerings and career tips. Followers will get Tweet alerts about high-paying travel nursing and physical therapy jobs throughout the country.
And, on the American Traveler Facebook page, the growing number of fans benefit not only from timely access to the latest healthcare job listings and travel nursing blog posts, but also from the sharing of experiences and advice with other nurses as well as American Traveler’s staffing professionals.
Said Bok: “Listening to the comments and questions on our Web site, as well as on these popular social networking sites, helps us optimize our clients’ experience.”
About American Traveler
The Joint Commission-certified American Traveler specializes in short-term, per diem, and permanent positions for RNs, Physical Therapists, OTs, and other allied health professionals. American Traveler places these professionals in rewarding positions across the country, from world-renowned university teaching hospitals to rural medical facilities and rehab centers.