Resume Do’s and Don’ts for Directors of Rehab Candidates

By | Mar 27, 2015|Uncategorized|

Earlier this month Aaron Barton, our employment manager, explained some fundamental do’s and don’ts for candidates putting together a resume for a Director of Nursing Services (DNS) position. Continuing with the theme of what to watch out for when building your resume, Will L., an employment specialist with 360, has provided some tips for applicants putting [...]

Things to Know When Traveling With Pets

By | Mar 14, 2014|Uncategorized|

Many travelers who take long assignments with 360 Healthcare Staffing have pets and don’t want to be away from them during that time. As 360 Healthcare’s travel and hotel coordinator, I often have conversations with new hires who want to bring their furry friend along with them during their assignment. We completely understand this, but [...]

The 360 Difference

By | Feb 12, 2014|Uncategorized|

At 360 Healthcare Staffing, integrity and service are the fabric of our business. But what sets us apart? I believe it is leadership and our people. Our team delivers superior service through hands-on customer care with an impassioned desire to exceed the expectations of both our customers and our travelers. Being a traveler isn’t for [...]

De-stress During OT Month

By | Apr 11, 2013|Uncategorized|

Occupational therapists help individuals in all life stages by playing a vital role in the outcome of their care and recovery. Through occupational engagement, these healthcare professionals promote the health and wellness of those who are affected by injury, illness, or disease. Like many healthcare careers, an occupational therapist can at times find themselves in [...]

Wisconsin travel therapy jobs hit the spot

By | Aug 6, 2012|Uncategorized|

For the adventurous travel therapist, a 13-week assignment in Wisconsin offers a state full of varied and interesting sites. From romantic cabins with cliff-side seclusion to sandy beaches to urban hot spots with exciting nightlife, Wisconsin offers a full range of fun activities and beautiful scenery, to boot. Physical therapists, physical therapy assistants and speech-language [...]

Ten ways to manage stress as a travel therapist

By | Aug 1, 2012|Uncategorized|

For physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists, helping others is a way of life. Day in and day out, these professionals provide compassionate, quality care with dozens of patients on a one-on-one basis. But caring for others can make them vulnerable to depletion, stress and fatigue. So how do these helpers help themselves? Learning [...]

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