Registered Nurse (RN) Jobs
In 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released its findings as part of a government taskforce that investigated the anticipated future shortage of registered nurse (RN) jobs in this country. This shortage has been projected for several decades. To summarize, when current long-time nursing professionals retire over the next decade, the number of nursing professionals that remain will be insufficient to fill the job openings projected in private practices, hospitals, healthcare facilities and medical institutions.
What this means in the New York Metro area, is that those who employ nursing professionals will be vying for the best candidates for their openings. This process would divert healthcare administrators and others whose primary tasks are the day-to-day operations of their facilities. The amount of time that must be allocated toward marketing the position, reviewing resumes, contacting and interviewing candidates reduces time their workforce can apply to their primary responsibilities. Credentialing incurs costs which must be allocated from other resources. In short, locating the best hires is a task best left to recruiting professionals.
How to Fill Top RN Jobs with Highly Qualified Candidates
ATC Healthcare Services of New York, works with both registered nurses (RNs) seeking a successful career placement and the major healthcare facilities seeking to hire them. For every position we assist to fill, we have an understanding of not only the qualifications required, but also insight into the individual who will fulfill the position and assimilate well into that medical culture. When our recruiters interview registered nurses (RNs) who are looking to move to the next career level, we can offer discretion so that their current employers are not aware that their employee is job hunting.
Another valuable service we provide is the credentialing of our candidates. This way, we can present only candidates who are qualified for a given RN position. When this important step has been confirmed, medical facilities administrators may enter the process at the interview phase. They do so with full confidence that the job seeker’s qualifications and curriculum vitae are accurate and true.
While registered nurses (RNs) are our primary focus, ATC Healthcare assists other medical professionals to achieve their career goals, as well. We also recruit and staff for Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Radiology and Imaging positions. If you are in the medical field and are ready for your next challenging career opportunity, please contact us today!