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We receive new opportunities daily from our clients. If you don't see the position or the location you are looking for we encourage you to submit your resume and one of our recruiters will follow up with you to learn more about your experience and your goals.

Current NHR Job Listings

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Working with National Health Recruiters

Candidates are treated with the utmost respect and professionalism. NHR recruiters take the time to attentively listen to what matters most to you professionally and personally. All of your information (resume, job search details etc) is kept strictly confidential. We will not disclose any details pertaining to your job search to an employer without your consent.

Fees are always paid by the employer, not the job candidate.

NHR works on behalf of the employer or hiring entity. The employer pays us a fee for locating the right individual for the job opening. This is important to remember, in that when you interact with NHR recruiters, you are essentially interacting with an agent or representative of the employer.

Value your relationships

Remember when accepting a new job, always extend your current employer professional courtesy.  Resigning can be a difficult decision.  When you have made up your mind to pursue another position, provide proper notice to your current employer. Relationships and reputation are essential when being considered for a new job. 

Interview Pointers

  • Make sure you arrive for your interview 15 minutes early
  • Dress for success. First impressions really do count.  When you are going on an interview, always dress conservatively.  Black, navy blue or grey business attire is always a safe bet.  Also, be light with any fragrances you may wear.
  • Research the company you are interviewing with.  Being familiar with the company you are interviewing with demonstrates you take this opportunity seriously.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask questions.  Employers don’t want to hire someone who responds to questions with yes or no answers.  Dialogue is important when interviewing.
  • Remember the audience you are interviewing with.  Many times candidates refer to previous jobs that aren’t relevant to the position they are interviewing for.  Ask and answer questions with the company you are interviewing with in mind.
  • Be sure to ask for a business card after your interview.  This allows you to send a follow up thank you note to the person making hiring decisions.
  • Be honest.  If you mislead or lie, it will come back to bite you.