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How to become a traveler with PNI
Becoming a travel nurse with PNI is a simple process, and it's certainly well worth the effort when you consider the freedom and other advantages it can bring. Just follow these steps, and you could be traveling to your new destination - and reaching your professional objectives - in no time:
- In order to learn more about you and your background, we ask that you submit an application online or in person.
- Once your application has been reviewed, a PNI recruiter will contact you to arrange an initial interview. We prefer to conduct this meeting at the PNI offices so that the recruiter can become better acquainted with your requirements. If a visit to the office is impossible, the interview will be conducted over the telephone. This is your opportunity to explain what you hope to get out of the traveling experience and express preferences regarding your destination, hospital type, and schedule, as well as salary and housing requirements. In addition to gathering important information, the recruiter can explain the many benefits of becoming a PNI traveler.
- The recruiter takes the information obtained during the initial interview and begins locating assignments that are compatible with your requirements.
- When the recruiter has identified assignments that are well matched to your specific wants and needs, the recruiter contacts you to discuss them.
- You then select the assignment that is most appealing.
- The recruiter then arranges a telephone interview between you and a representative from the chosen facility. This interview helps you to determine whether the assignment is a good fit.
- You are offered the assignment. Once you choose to accept the assignment, a contract is drawn up and signed by all parties.
- You begin to make arrangements for an exciting career move. PNI handles your housing arrangements, provides directions to your assignment, offers a generous travel reimbursement, and helps you through the credentialing and licensure requirements in your new state.