ICU Travel Nurse turned Recruiter! After 5+ years of Travel Nursing, I decided to switch to the other side and use my experience to help others travel. I have worked in The South, New England, the Midwest, the Southwest, the West Coast, and the Pacific Northwest. Traveling was a great way for me to pursue my two biggest interests (Music, and Food), but it was time to hang it up. Let me find you a job! If you have any questions about Travel Nursing in general, my favorite assignments, or where the best pasta in Boston's North End is, hit me up!
Why I love recruiting...
As a former Traveler, I love making the process as quick and easy as possible to get a Travel Nurse submitted for a job opportunity!
When I'm not working, I love to...
Concerts, Music Festivals, Listening to Music (did I mention I like Music?), Traveling (obvi), and supporting the Kansas City Chiefs
Caleb’s been great. This is the first contract I’ve actually worked with him on. I’ve been in contact with him for a while now but nothings ever synced up correctly. Even though I wasn’t on current assignment with his company he still gave me advice multiple times. Seems like a great guy.
It’s truly difficult to put into words, the manner in which Caleb has impacted my career and my life. In a short time I have gone from over worked, burned out, and detesting my job, to looking forward to going in and smiling as I leave. There’s not a question or concern that he fails to answer, address, or embrace as if it’s his own.
Solid guy, did everything he could fast and efficiently. Made quick offers available and if that offer didn't work we would have a back up. Didn't end up doing an assignment with his agency but respect the guy for his hard work and quick response time. Sometimes that's just the travel world.
Caleb had been awesome. He is always available when I have questions or concerns. If he doesn't know, he doesn't put me off, he points me in the right direction. I have traveled for more than 8 years, Caleb is, hands down, one of the best recruiters 😊 Next Move had been an awesome experience.