yes, i live and work in denver. i have to tell you the prospects aren't good right now, but don't make yourself a stalker type to the nm. the best bet and safest is to go to the nurse recruitment office and hand deliver your resume. if you've not worked as an rn before or are a new grad; make sure you format your resume to reflect the skills you do have. for example...if you worked as a waitress--those transferable skills include time management and learning to prioritize. make sure you present in a professional manner; no jeans, outrageous outfits, etc. remember to ask the nurse recruiter how they want you to follow up. if you by pass them, this could create tension from them. they have more power than you think. they are often rns themselves and have a tight bond with the nms. to review:
1. write a resume with actual skills you have
2. be professional
3. ask for the guidance of the nurse recruiter
4. ask for the nurse recruiters contact info (email). there is power in the thank you note!!!!
5. don't make demands--ie i only want er, i can't work weekends, i won't consider night shift, etc.
i hope this helps and good luck!!!!!