Phone interviews for travel nurses: ace them all!
🌟📱 Phone Interview Tips for Travel Nurses! 🌍🚗
Surprised by a phone interview?
It's more common in hospitals than in long-term care and nursing homes, but they hold significant importance in the hiring decision!
🎯 Let's ensure you nail it and land that dream job!
Here are some handy tips from our recruiters to get you all set:
📍 Be ready 5 minutes in advance, so you don’t sound rushed.
📍 Do a quick Google search to learn more about the hospital or clinic you're interviewing at. Or ask your GLC Group recruiter about the facility's requirements.
📍 Eliminate background noise and distractions, such as those from children and pets.
📍 Ensure your phone or laptop is fully charged and use headphones for optimal sound.
📍 Have some water handy. A dry mouth can make you sound nervous.
📍 Do some breathing and voice exercises before the call, especially if you haven’t spoken for some time.
📍 Speak clearly and avoid rambling during the interview.
📍 Remember that interviews are a two-way street. Prepare questions about the facility, the team, and the work culture. Be ready to explain how your experience and skills will benefit the facility.
📍 Maintain good posture as it impacts your voice. Stand or sit up straight during the call.
📍 Smile as you speak — it makes a difference! Good times to smile is when you discuss your past work, achievements, or express your enthusiasm about the facility.
Review these tips before your interview, practice answers to common questions, and put your best foot forward.
You're great, and we believe in you! 🌟
🌍✈️ Ready for a new travel nursing journey? 🏥🎒
Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us support you along your Travel Nursing journey.
Because care needs care! ❤️