From friending your recruiter to job searching, Facebook offers tons of great tools for travel nurses to use! Find out everything Facebook can do for you.
Find New Travel Nursing Jobs via Facebook Groups!
Looking for a new assignment? Facebook might be just the place to start your search. There are multiple groups Facebook Users can join where recruiters post hundreds of new openings every week. In case Facebook Groups are new to you, here is a list of some for your to check out:
- Travel Nurse Jobs – The Gypsy Nurse
- Brenda’s Travel Nurse Community
- Travel Nurse Jobs and Referrals
- Travel Nursing 101
- Highway Hypodermics
Connect with Your Recruiter!
Facebook is a great way for travel nurses to strengthen their relationships with their recruiters. Furthermore, Facebook is a great way to stay personally connected with your recruiter even though you don’t get to see them face-to-face.
Stay in the Loop with Travel Nursing Industry News!
Facebook offers a search bar tool, where you can search for travel nursing industry news! You can also search directly within job groups by using the search bar on the group page in the upper left-hand corner.
Seek Support from Other Travel Nurses!
Facebook groups are not only a great tool for job searching but also seeking support from recruiters and other travel nurses. There are specific job groups created specifically for asking questions or offering advice about travel, housing etc. Join the conversation with travelers just like you!
Share Your Travel Experiences!
As a travel nurse, you’re always on the go, and Facebook is a great way to share your experiences and memories with those you love while you’re on the road. You can use Facebook to post pictures or share special moments with your recruiter. It’s also a great way to chat with friends and family while you’re away.
Attend Upcoming Events in the Location of Your Assignment!
Embrace each assignment by attending special events, scheduled in the area! Facebook Events is a great tool to help you find out about things to do during your assignment.