The new website includes a Travel Nurse blog where nurses can get helpful advice on traveling as a profession, read news about the travel industry, enjoy stories written by their peers, and view photos of travelers on assignment. Other unique features include TNAA’s Job Cart, which allows users to apply for multiple assignments and submit their resume all at once, and MyStuff, a secure section that is a nurse’s personal go-to place for all their assignment information, contract documents, timesheets, credentials, etc. Everything they need to manage their Travel Nurse career is readily available.
“There is a lot of sophisticated programming on the back-end of this site, so we took our time and tested it thoroughly before we launched,” said Scott. “We’re extremely pleased with the result and proud of our team for putting together a state-of-the-art website that’s useful for travelers and also looks great.”
Also, under development is Travel Nurse across America’s new mobile site, which is slated to launch later this summer. The mobile site will allow travelers to easily search jobs, use the Job Cart and MyStuff features and apply for jobs directly from their mobile phones. Travelers will also have the ability to e-sign documents, update credentials and licensure information, view pending assignment information, and access social media sites.
About Travel Nurse across America: Travel Nurse across America places travel nurse professionals on multi-week assignments in healthcare facilities in all 50 states. Travel Nurse across America was awarded the HCSS Certification with Distinction by The Joint Commission and is a founding member of the National Association of Travel Healthcare Organizations (NATHO). For more information on Travel Nurse across America visit www.nurse.tv