Are you looking for your next opportunity in healthcare? Whether you’re a Registered Nurse, a CNA, a surgical technologist, or anything in between, tackling the job search alone can be daunting, time-consuming, and frustrating. There are plenty of opportunities out there, but they don’t all fit your needs – and if you’re not the best self-advocate, you might be left wanting more.

What’s the solution? Partnering with a nursing staffing firm like Medical Talent means you’re gaining access to a career advocate who will be there with you every step of the way. Here’s what sets us apart:

We Match for Skills and Experience

When you join the Medical Talent team, you don’t just become a number in a database. Your recruiter will take the time to get to know you personally, and we’ll review your background and work history extensively to make sure we understand the breadth and depth of your skills. That lets us match you with an employer where you can truly shine, showcasing your care skills and bedside manner. Whether you’re looking to improve your resume, work your way up the ranks to a higher position, or just help as many patients as you can, reach your goals with the help of Medical Talent skilled recruiters.

We Match for Cultural Fit

We know that a job is about more than the skills you can bring to it, or the pay and benefits that you get out of it (although those things matter, too). The fact is, the right money and perks won’t mean much if you don’t like the culture of the facility you’re placed in. That’s why we match our nursing talent for cultural fit as well as skills and job requirements. We’ll ask pointed questions to learn what kind of environment you want to work in, and use that information to find you an opportunity that fits the bill.

We Match for Personality

Are you an outgoing, bubbly person who loves talking to people? Are you more reserved, preferring to spend your time talking one-on-one with patients? Whatever kind of personality you bring to your nursing career, we have opportunities that align with it. We’ll take the time to get to know your personal character as well as the values that guide you as a healthcare professional – that’s what helps us connect you with the opportunities that check every box.

Get Started With Medical Talent

Ready to level up your healthcare career? Medical Talent is here to help. Contact us today and browse our current openings.

Are you hiring? If you don’t have an employee referral program in place, it’s a good time to consider changing that. Referral programs are one of the best ways to get your workforce engaged in the hiring process itself, and the benefits are numerous.  

Here are just a few of the great reasons to engage your workforce with a referral program: 

It helps you cut recruiting costs.  

The process of putting together job descriptions and application forms, screening resumes and applicants, setting up interviews, and finally hiring a candidate is expensive, not to mention time-consuming. Getting a referral from one of your existing staff members cuts out much of that process, saving you from the costs associated with the traditional recruiting process. Even if you offer an employee referral bonus for the person who referred the candidate, it’s probably only a small amount compared to what you would have spent on recruiting and advertising efforts. 

It helps you find engaged talent. 

Another benefit of an employee referral program is that it helps you find engaged, motivated talent. Most people aren’t going to recommend their friends or family if they know it could look bad on them later. So, you can rest assured you’re probably getting a good hire when you rely on the advice of your existing team.  

It increases retention.  

Studies have demonstrated that for many companies, the best talent comes from within, either from internal hires/promotions or employee referrals. And the evidence also indicates that employees hired through referrals tend to stay with companies longer than those hired through other channels. So, to put it simply, engaging your current workforce in a referral program is a great way to increase retention. 

It makes recruiting faster. 

If your organization is like most, you want to cut down on lengthy processes whenever you can in order to save money and free up workers’ schedules to focus on important objectives. Using an employee referral program can help you do that. Hiring through referrals allows you to eliminate or streamline extra steps in the traditional hiring process in order to bring on new hires faster. 

Find Your Next Healthcare Hire 

Medical Talent’s Medical Division is here to help your healthcare facility find its next great hire. Contact one of our expert recruiters today to learn more about what we offer and to get started on your talent search.