About Us

Welcome to Women's Nurse Recruiter

Women's Nurse Recruiter is a division of The Clinical Recruiter, a nationwide healthcare placement firm. The Women's Nurse Recruiter Division focuses exclusively on Nurses in the Women's/Children’s/NICU/Pediatrics Health Services specialties including: Labor & Delivery, Postpartum, Special Care Nursery, NICU, Pediatrics, etc.  This allows our recruiters to become experts in the Women's Services niche and keep up with the ever changing requirements of the position and skill sets of the individuals that work in this challenging field.

We offer permanent and interim placement of Women's Nurses in the following categories:

  • Corporate Directors 
  • Regional/Divisional Directors
  • Executive Director/Vice President
  • Hospital Directors/Administrative Directors 
  • Managers/Supervisors
  • Staff Level 
Our team of recruiters network with women's services candidates, health systems, hospitals and other healthcare centers to identify opportunities for our job seekers. The Women's Nurse Recruiter’s objective is to provide/locate premium opportunities for our candidates and fill employment needs of top employers nationwide with qualified candidates. Our daily interaction with Women's Nurse personnel and employers allow our recruiters to gain first-hand knowledge of the industry trends. Thereafter, we use this information to focus on meeting the needs of both the employer and candidate to create a mutually beneficial, long lasting, employment arrangement.

Employers: One phone call or email to the Women's Nurse Recruiter puts a focused team to work conducting a nation-wide search to identify, qualify, and present your organization with the best available Women's Services candidatures for your opportunity.

Job Seekers: One phone call puts you in touch with a specialized Recruiter who consults with you, spends the time necessary to identify your unique needs, and executes a search to identify top opportunities that fit your needs. In essence, we work as your employment agent.

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