J.O.B.S. in Denver, CORegister Today!
- by schmandy12 Feb 21, '11Hey all! I graduate in a year from CRNA school....and am wanting to relocate to Denver, CO. I've seen VERY few jobs out there. Anyone have any insight on the job status out there?
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- Feb 21, '11 by hope3456Dont specifically onow about crna but the market for entry level rns is saturated. To many nsg schools.
- Feb 21, '11 by FancypantsRNI just moved to Denver. There are jobs here - it just takes a bit of patience. It is quite different than I am used to - the job search here.
I got a job after about 2 months of applying - it was worth the wait though. It was scary before I caught on though. They use recruiters here - which in Florida, I never really dealt with (just HR and the manager).
If you don't already have it, I would apply for you CO license about 2 months before you relocate here and start applying at the same time to get your name out there.
Good luck and btw - Denver is a pretty great place to live : )
- Feb 22, '11 by schmandy12@fancypantsrn...do you work for an anesthesia group? or does the hospital employee you as a CRNA? And do you have names of a recruiting company? I almost want to start throwing my name out there now even though I'll be done with CRNA school in a year, figure I might as well start looking for a job. THANK YOU!
- Feb 25, '11 by Class2011Doesn't sound to me like fancypants is a CRNA, likely unaware of where she is posting, apologies if I'm wrong
I don't know anything first hand about the CO market, but am told that it at least was unfriendly to CRNAs, hopefully that will change as they're opting out
- Feb 26, '11 by FancypantsRNGuys - I am sorry!!! I feel like a doof. I thought this posting was under general nursing and I replied to the Denver part of it - my apologies. I am pretty new to posting here and will pay more attention next time. Again, sorry to mislead - I am not a CRNA (just an RN).
Good luck to you in your job search though