Should Your Talent Solutions Firm be One Size Fits All?

Should Your Talent Solutions Firm be One Size Fits All?

Choosing a Staffing Firm to work with shouldn’t be a daunting task but …. one size definitely doesn’t fit all.

New Directions is an IT & Digital Talent Solutions Firm that provides Contingent (temporary) and Select Traditional Hire Services to our clients throughout the U.S.

Our Talent Solutions recruiting and staffing service delivery spans a broad range of Information Technology, Digital and Learning Technology environments that encompass Executive and Senior Management, Architecture, Project Management and Design and Development to Systems and Applications Administration and Support.  Our defined Practice Areas include the following

Information Technology

  • Business Intelligence, Data Science, Data Analytics, Data Warehousing & Database Management;
  • Enterprise Software – SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics, JDE ;
  • Web & Applications Development – All Languages, Platforms & Environments;
  • Networking & Infrastructure – All Operating Systems, Platforms & Environments;

Digital Technology

  • User Experience, User Interface, Visual Design;
  • UX & UI Product Research
  • Digital & Marketing Technology Innovation
  • Digital Project Management
  • Digital Insights Development and Management

Learning Management

  • eLearning & Courseware Development
  • Learning Management System (LMS) Development, Training, and Administration
  • Instructional Design
  • Training

We are definitely not a One Size Fits All

We understand that the best relationships are developed through mutual understanding, expectations, and respect.

More so, we believe that each relationship is unique and is based on an understanding of your company, your technology platforms, and your culture as well as you understanding ours.

Over the years we have found that our best relationships have been fostered through a ten-minute phone conversation or coffee meeting and yes………. we are as particular as you are.  Sometimes it fits and sometimes well…. not so much.

If you’re interested in seeing if we fit you and your company, contact our Talent Solutions Teams in Boston, MA (866) 999 – 8600 or Charleston, SC (888) 654-1110.

5 Dialysis Travel Nurse Jobs You’ll Love

When you get your morning coffee at your favorite coffee shop, you may also pick up a croissant. When you go out to dinner with your friends, you might get two appetizers because you feel like it. No one is there to stop your decisions. It seems you can have your way with almost anything in life, so why would you not be able to choose your job?

 

If you have two career passions, people may continuously tell you to pick one over the other. You may have an intense desire for traveling, and you like to explore the world, see new cultures, and take Instagram pictures. At the same time, you also love being a nurse. Helping patients and putting your skills to work is why you get up in the morning. Whether it’s a school counselor, friend, or your relationship partner telling you to pick one job over the other, you must know that you don’t have to choose between your two passions. Don’t settle with something that gives you one thing, but not the other. You can still see the world and be a nurse. There are various traveling nurse jobs that you may qualify for. This article will explore five dialysis travel nurse jobs that may be perfect for you!

 

  1. Work for an International Healthcare Company

 

An article from John Hopkins Magazine claims that the nurses of today can use their skills in any country. The report claims that “Today’s nurse—whether in Baltimore, Beirut or Bangkok—is a global nurse.” The issues that you learned how to treat in school that made you an expert in being a dialysis nurse are needed all over the world. There are many health care providers that do great work in countries all around the world. This would be a great career path for the dialysis nurse with a passion for traveling.

 

  1. Let your Employer know you are Open to Travel

Whether you work for a small clinic or a large hospital, talking with your manager or other HR professionals about your traveling opportunities could open some doors. You may continue to still work for the same company in another country or use connections that other doctors and nurses have to land a job in another country.

 

  1. Have the Flexibility to Pick up and Move 

 

As a nurse, your skills are in demand everywhere. This makes moving easier than others in different professions. Make a plan to move, start applying to other hospitals, look for apartments, and see if you have any friends in the area.

 

  1. Volunteer

 

Some hospitals require you to volunteer a certain amount of time to underserved communities. You can ask if there are any volunteer opportunities in other countries that are available. Maybe your hospital or clinic never thought to provide these opportunities in the past because they felt that most nurses would be unwilling to travel. By communicating your desire to travel, you could end up volunteering in a country you’ve never been before, helping out people who need a dialysis nurse.

 

  1. Work for an Individual Patient

 

Some wealthier clients who travel may need a full-time nurse to follow them around from country to country. Whether your patient is in Spain one week and Switzerland the next, the care from a dialysis nurse may be crucial to their ability to travel. You can spend your nights caring for your patient and your day roaming the cobblestone streets in Paris.  You could be the person that they have been looking for all along. To endeavor this type of travel nurse would be a true experience.