Recruiters’ Knowledge 101

Recruiters' Knowledge 101When researching the business of medical recruiters, you’ll often see the position referred to generically as a “travel nurse recruiter.”

What’s more, RTG Medical and its competitors are sometimes referred to as “travel nursing agencies,” and the health care workers themselves are often referred to as “nurses.”

While it may be simpler to think of things that way, a quick look at our openings shows positions like histologist, sterile processing, speech language pathology, vascular sonographer and medical laboratory technician, along with many specialties of nursing.

So really, there’s a lot more to the recruiting we do than just nursing.

If you want to be an effective recruiter for RTG Medical, you have to quickly become familiar with all of the different types of fields that we recruit for. From radiology, to therapy, to laboratory positions, we fill all sorts of positions–not just nursing–all over the 50 states.

Here’s a brief introduction to some of the fields we’re referencing: Continue Reading

Traveler Candidates’ FAQ, Part II

This post is part II of a brief series on frequently-asked questions for our traveling medical professionals and candidates. To see part I in the series, click here.

Traveler Candidates’ FAQ, Part IIOn Monday, we talked about some of the first universal questions posed by traveler candidates. Today, we’ll explore some of the typical questions that come through later on in the onboarding process.

How will you prepare me for my assignment?

Once you’ve found an assignment that appeals to you, your RTG Medical recruiter will confirm your start date, shift, department and pay. We’ll then give you all the information we have describing the equipment, procedures and policies of the facility.

How will I get to my assignments? Continue Reading

Traveler Candidates’ FAQ, Part I

Traveler Candidates' FAQ, Part ILet’s take a closer look at some of the frequently-asked questions posed by traveler candidates who are just starting to explore medical traveling for the first time, or who are newly considering joining RTG Medical from another medical placement agency.

Here are a few of our most frequently-asked questions:

Why should I work with RTG Medical?

As an RTG Medical employee, you will enjoy some of the highest pay rates in the industry, great benefits, and the freedom to choose when and where you want to work.

How do I find out about new job opportunities? Continue Reading

Up ↑