Your OGP Team: Comprehensive Nurse Recruitment Services
At O’Grady Peyton International our goal is to provide every nurse with the highest level of personalized, dedicated service. From your initial contact with a recruiting representative all the way through to your relocation to the USA and beyond, you will have the full support of O’Grady Peyton International every step of the way. If you would like to be contacted by our recruitment department, please complete our inquiry form
Learn More About Your Service Team:
Your recruiter is the first person you’ll meet at O’Grady Peyton International. Our recruiting representative will explain all the details of the USA Nursing Programme
, answer any of your questions and help you with the paperwork required to join the programme.
To work as a nurse in America, you must have a U.S. RN (registered nurse) license. Your licensure specialist will guide you through the process of studying for the NCLEX-RN
licensing exam and can assist with the necessary arrangements for you to take the exam.
Once you have been accepted into the programme, you will be assigned an immigration specialist who will help you with everything you need for the filing of your Permanent Residency visa (Green Card).
When you travel to America to take the NCLEX-RN exam, you will be interviewed by our U.S. placement manager who will review your background and discuss available opportunities with you. Once you pass the NCLEX-RN exam and have begun the visa process, your placement manager will evaluate the available job opportunities, update your résumé and plan your travel timeline.
Clinical Assignment Manager
Prior to being placed at a hospital in America, you will be introduced to your clinical assignment manager. Your clinical assignment manager will assess your skills and experience, and will play an important role in helping you find a nursing job in the United States. Once you have been placed at a hospital, your clinical assignment manager, who is an experienced RN, will be on hand to answer any clinical questions you have at your new workplace.
International Relocation Specialist
Once you have accepted a nursing job at a hospital in the United States, your international relocation specialist will assist you with your housing, arrange for furniture delivery and ensure that everything is ready for you upon arrival.
Upon arrival at your destination in America, your meet-and-greet specialist will be on hand to welcome you and make you feel at home in your new environment. He or she will help you open a bank account, obtain a social security number, purchase a car and many other tasks. If you have children, your meet-and-greet specialist will assist you with choosing a school and making any child-care arrangements.
O’Grady Peyton International’s payroll staff work hard to ensure your paycheck is accurate and on time, and can establish direct deposit of your paycheck free of charge.
When you work in America with O’Grady Peyton International, you’ll be rewarded with a comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance and a retirement plan. Our dedicated benefits coordinators will answer your questions and customize your benefits package
to meet your needs.