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Current Opportunities

Job TitleTypeLocation
CALIFORNIA (CENTRAL) – NNP
CALIFORNIA (SOUTHERN) – NEONATAL PA – DAY POSITION
CALIFORNIA (SOUTHERN) – NNP
California (Southern) – NNP – Day Position!
FLORIDA (WEST CENTRAL) – APRN MANAGER
FLORIDA (WEST CENTRAL) – NNP
IDAHO (EASTERN) – NNP
ILLINOIS (NORTHEAST) – NEONATAL PA
ILLINOIS (NORTHEAST) – NNP
Maryland (North Central) – NNP – Level III NICU
Maryland (North Central) – NNP – Level IV NICU – NEW GRADS WELCOME
Maryland (North Central) – NNP – NEW GRADS WELCOME
MICHIGAN (SAGINAW) – NNP
MINNESOTA (EAST CENTRAL) – NNP
NEW JERSEY (NORTH CENTRAL) – NEONATAL PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT
NEW JERSEY (NORTH CENTRAL) – NNP
NEW JERSEY (NORTHERN) – NNP
New Mexico (Central) – NNP
OHIO (CENTRAL) – 42-bed, Level III NICU
OHIO (CENTRAL) – NEONATAL PA – NICU experience required
OHIO (CENTRAL) – NNP – 17-bed, Level III
OHIO (CENTRAL) – NNP – LEVEL II NICU – PRN
Ohio (Central) – NNP – Level IV NICU
OHIO (SOUTHWEST) – ACUTE CARE PNP
OHIO (SOUTHWEST) – NEONATAL PA
OHIO (SOUTHWEST) – NNP
PENNSYLVANIA (SOUTHEAST) – NNP – MEDICAL TEAM
PENNSYLVANIA (Southeast) – NNP – SURGICAL TEAM
Tennessee (Southwest) – NNP
TEXAS (EL PASO) – NNP
TEXAS (GREATER HOUSTON AREA) – NNP
TEXAS (HOUSTON) – NNP
Texas (San Antonio) – NNP – Level III NICU
UTAH (OGDEN) – NNP
WEST VIRGINIA – (WESTERN) – NNP
WEST VIRGINIA – (WESTERN) – PRN NNP

What Words Do Our Clients Use To Describe Us?

Invaluable.
Vital.
Compassionate.
Excellent.

Kelly helped me secure a position where I otherwise wouldn’t be able to get a foot in the door. It can be difficult to reach a person for a conversation in human resource departments. Kelly was able to bypass that. I think I found a great fit and hope to not need Linkous services again! But I would if I needed to.

Catherine Kline

PA-C

Judy and Kelly take the time to understand your needs and the needs of the practice. They make a personal commitment to assist you in filling positions and ensuring that the candidate is the right person for the job.

Robin Bissinger

Ph.D., APRN, NNP-BC, Medical Center of Medical University of South Carolina