Options in Nursing: Becoming a Licensed Practical Nurse

by Howard Gerber on February 26, 2015

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iStock_000009107094Small lpn-licensed-practical-nurse-jobsNursing can be a great profession. It is a career where an individual can know the work they do matters. Nurses have the opportunity to make a difference in the life of their patients. For those interested in the nursing profession, there are several options for the type of degree they can earn. One degree that usually can be earned in as little as a year is a practical nursing degree. [continue reading…]

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Working as a Nurse Traveler as a New Grad

by Howard Gerber on February 19, 2015

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new-grad-travel-nurseIf you are getting ready to graduate from nursing school or are a recent graduate, you may be considering working as a traveler. After all, working as a travel nurse can be a great experience. Not only do you have the opportunity to see different parts of the country, you get to meet new people and have new experiences. Travel nursing may seem like the perfect choice, but you may wonder if working as a nurse traveler is a good idea this early in your career.  [continue reading…]

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Is an Online BSN Program Right for You?

by Howard Gerber on February 12, 2015

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online-nursing-school-degreeCongratulations if you have decided to take the next step in your nursing career and get an advanced degree! Earning a bachelor’s of nursing degree can open new doors in the medical field. Nurses who earn a BSN degree may have the opportunity to work in management, education, discharge planning, and more. [continue reading…]

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Michelle Westfall, MS, MT-BC, the first ever musical therapist we hired at Sunbelt Staffing, will be speaking to a global audience of musical therapy professionals at the 2015 Online Conference for Music Therapy (OCMT)! [continue reading…]

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Options in Nursing: Working as a Surgical Nurse

by Howard Gerber on January 29, 2015

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surgical-nurse-career-pathsThere are many options in nursing if you are interested in treating a wide variety of patients. For instance, working in surgery is a specialty that can be further divided into sub specialties. Working as a surgical nurse can be a challenging and exciting nursing career.

One thing nursing students may not be aware of is that there are different nursing jobs in the operating room. Below are two different options for those who are interested in surgical nursing. [continue reading…]

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Hot Job: SLP in Riverside, California

by Howard Gerber on January 28, 2015

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One of our top school districts is seeking a speech-language pathologist (SLP) for the remainder of the school year in Riverside, California. This district prides themselves on having SLPs that are great problem solvers, and critical thinkers; therefore, we are looking for someone who will mesh well with the current staff and  bring their own creativity and individuality to the team.

School-slp-job-riverside-CAThis Speech-Language Pathologist position will be working with K-12 students providing assessments for children with speech disabilities.  Pupil impairments range from mild to moderate with some autistic.

The ideal speech therapist should have a Certificate of Clinical Competency or equivalent credentials, prior school-based experience preferred, and a Master’s degree in speech and language therapy.

Nestled along the Santa Ana River in Southern California, Riverside is the perfect location for your next school SLP job. Learn more or apply today!

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What to Ask on Your Nursing Interview

by Howard Gerber on January 22, 2015

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nursing-interview-questionsBefore you can pack up and hit the road on a nurse traveler job, you have to interview for the position. The interview is a chance for the hospital to decide if you would be a good fit for their facility. But an interview should not only be about whether the hospital wants you. It is also a chance for you to determine if you want to work for the hospital. [continue reading…]

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