How Does This Work?
When you decide to sign up, you get access to a recruiting platform of open jobs. Inside the platform you will find all the open job orders from highly respected instituitions around the country. You can submit viable candidates for these open jobs nationwide.
Once your candidate is submitted, you will have full access to view the status and interact with the hiring company all the way through to your candidate starting their assignment. Once your candidate has been placed, you will receive the placement fee for that candidate. Whether it was a direct placement or contract assignment.
You are responsible for finding and submitting the candidates. The employers of the open jobs are responsible for the following:
The Business Development Teams which will bring the Hospital Clients signed contracts with 1000’s of Open Jobs and more coming daily
The Credentialing Teams, who are comprised of efficient compliance specialists that will credential your nurse candidates and bring them on-board quickly.
The Payroll Teams, that will pay your nurse while on assignment. All Clinicians are hired as W-2 employees of the represented Agency.
Risk & Compliance Teams, will handle all state regulations, insurances and workers compensation coverages nationally.
The Compensation Teams, will track and report on your submissions as well as process your commission checks through our accounting department.
The Recruiting Management Teams, hard at work preparing written, audio and video aids for you the recruiter to use and enhance the recruiting process.
The majority of these assignments are for Nurses looking for short-term assignments all the way up to the ones who will accept a 13 or 26-week contracts at agreed upon hourly rates.
You will be responsible for the candidate submission to the job, and preparing them for the on-boarding process. The Agency representing the Open Assignment will assist your candidate with the on-boarding, credentialing, placement, payroll, as well as the billing to the Facility Clients.
After payment is collected, your profit is dispersed to you. As long as the Nurse is on a particular assignment, you get paid!
What Are The Benefits of being a Recruiting Vendor?
- Our Agencies have a track record of success
- Our Agencies have a strong brand
- Ongoing operational support for your submissions
- Promotional material for your submissions once on boarded
- Risk Avoidance to your company
- You have independence in your day
- Zero franchise fees.
- Excellent reputation
- We cover the payrolls and you share in the profits!