Denver’s Nursing Star has created a user-friendly job board for state nursing professionals searching for career opportunities and nurse recruiters searching for that perfect candidate.
This site is also a place where a healthcare professional can sign up to receive a print or digital version of the newspaper, Denver’s Nursing Star.
The user friendly job board bridges the gap for nursing professionals needing to network within Colorado.
“Now recruiters can purchase a package for job placement and resume views and manage their account from their office, car or home,” said Steven Eldridge, publisher of Denver’s Nursing Star. “Recruiters can also purchase banner ads linked to their facility or organizational Web sites.”
Powered by the Denver’s Nursing Star Web site, a world of opportunity is brought to your fingertips by simply clicking on www.denversnursingstar.com and then clicking the Jobs tab.
The Job Board isn’t just a Web site, it is an opportunity for unprecedented career growth as the first nursing job board of its kind in the state.
“We’re really pleased with the job board,” Eldridge said. “It allows the nurses a place to go specifically for Colorado. Specifically for health care professionals; specifically for nurses.”
Simply click on the Jobs tab to present your personal best to more than 175,000 readers who already utilize Denver’s Nursing Star on a monthly basis.
“That’s more than any other health care organization as far as we’re aware of in the state of Oklahoma,” Eldridge said.
“As a newspaper, we give the nurses a reason to come to our Web site not just to find a job, but to read about what’s going on in the nursing industry in Colorado. We’ve been publishing for almost ten years.
“By going to the Web site, for that reason, they’ll also have a tendency to click on the job board just to see what’s going on.
“That allows a recruiter a great opportunity to get that job seeker in addition to that nurse who may not be looking for a job right now, but happens to see a position that’s available and decides to apply.”
This Web site attracts visitors in and outside of Colorado, giving it an additional advantage for nurse recruiters to communicate with nurses who plan to make Colorado their home.
In both good and troubling economic times, the health care industry can depend on Denver’s Nursing Star to facilitate its needs when a shortage of registered nurses already challenges the health care industry.
“It’s a great place for student nurses to put their resumes online and for the recruiters to search for that perfect candidate, Eldridge said.
Nurse recruiters can register and purchase packages so they can put their specific jobs online.
“Our rates, the prices are outstanding,” Eldridge said of how the job board competes with more generic Web sites designed for the 50 states but do not focus on Coloradans.
“I think it’s going to be the perfect place for the Colorado nurses and the Colorado recruiters.”