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Newly qualified nurses may not necessarily gain employment at the hospital where they have trained. If you are a newly qualified nurse looking for suitable employment then it might be worth your while to contact a nursing recruitment agency. Using one or more of these agencies can take an awful lot of the hard work out of looking for a job. It may also be worth your while to see whether there is an online nursing recruitment agency. Following through on these things may be as simple as submitting your resume or CV online. If you go through the more traditional agencies then you may have to undergo an interview with their recruitment consultant and perhaps some sort of test relating to your abilities.

Nursing recruitment agencies of one form or another could prove to be invaluable to a working nurse. This is because long hours and shift patterns make it very difficult to make your job search a systematic process. If you submit your details to a number of different nursing recruitment agencies then you can save yourself an awful lot of unnecessary work.

Using a nursing recruitment agency will not only free up some of your time, it will also give you a much wider choice of employment. Agencies may have details of nursing jobs in both the public and the private sector. This can be an eye opener especially if you are a nurse who has never really considered anything other than the public sector. In addition to this using an agency may make it much easier to match your particular skills to the skills that a prospective employer is looking for. This makes it far more likely that you will find a job that you enjoy doing and which is ideally suited to your own particular talents.

Nursing recruitment agencies often employ a specialist recruitment consultant who will be able to look at your skill set and judge whether or not you are properly qualified to undertake a particular job. This saves you from attending interviews where you are unlikely to be successful and make it more likely that you will obtain a position that is ideally suited to your skill set. Some recruitment agencies are staffed by ex nurses and so they may be asked to undertake initial screening interviews. Not only will this ensure that you only apply for jobs to which you are suited it also saves you time in attending unnecessary interviews. A good nursing recruitment agency can also advise you as to whether you should undertake further training in order to qualify for the job that you want.


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