We sat down with our very own Nick Morin, Senior Account Manager, to get to know a little more about him. Nick has been at Trusted Nurse Staffing for two years and has helped over 100 nurses find work they love. If you have not yet met Nick, connect with him on LinkedIn today and he’ll help you land your next adventure!
Nick, what first interested you in travel nurse staffing?
I’ve always been the type of person that wants to help others succeed. I first learned about the position with Trusted Nurse Staffing when I lived in New York City and was looking to move back home to Buffalo, NY. When I met the team and heard about their experiences working with nurses, I knew this was the place for me!
What do you enjoy most about your job?
Helping great nurses find their dream jobs. It’s rewarding to see a nurse get excited when they earn an assignment that has the pay they desired in the city they want to work in.
What do you like to do when you clock out?
My coworkers and I enjoy catching up at a happy hour near the office. The team is fantastic, we’re a very close group. Now that it’s summertime, I visit Buffalo’s lovely lakeside beaches. It’s no Miami, but it works for me!
Is there a nurse in your life that you look up to?
I work with so many amazing nurses, it’s hard to chose one. One nurse that comes to mind is Janice Grant. She’s professional, always positive, and very easy going. The healthcare facility Janice is currently at has been so impressed with her work that they want to offer her another assignment!
“I admire how nurses stay levelheaded and positive even after a long day of work.” -Nick
If you were a travel nurse, which city would you want to work in?
New York City. I lived there a few years ago and I love its energy. I have family living there as well, so it would be nice to seem them more often.
How has been your experience working with travel nurses?
It’s an absolute pleasure! I communicate with some on a daily basis and I’ve learned a lot about who they are. I’ve learned that nursing is a selfless line of work. I admire how nurses stay levelheaded and positive even after a long day of work.
What’s your one tip for travel nurses?
I have two tips! 1) Find the right recruiter that understands your needs and willing to treat you well. 2) Know your housing situation ahead of time. It makes a world of difference!
Thanks for chatting with us, Nick!
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