NURSE for Florida , USA

At Florida Hospital we offer more than a job, we offer the opportunity to build the career of your dreams and to share your passion with your patients and your co-workers. Whether you are seeking a large tertiary care center, or a small community hospital setting, we have the job for you. With seven distinct Central Florida campuses, we offer exceptional opportunities to progress with a leader in specialized healthcare.

Florida Hospital is not only a great place to work; it's a meaningful place to work. Miracles happen here daily all because of people just like you. You have a voice here, an opportunity to be heard. You will shine, you will realize your potential, but that's not all. You will have world-class resources, state-of-the-art technology, breakthrough medical programs and visionary leadership, all wrapped up with a world renowned reputation for excellence.

If you are looking for endless opportunity and a team that feels more like family than co-workers, then Florida Hospital is the place for you.

Please conformed accordingly the documentation procedures for H-1B working visa.

1. Submit comprehensive resume (u.s.format) along with their most recent 2x2 colored pictures
2. Must have nclex-rn, ielts and/or toefl, visa screen certificate
3. Must have at least a 2-year staff nurse experience (minimum 150 beds hospital) and that they also have at least 6-months experience in adult critical care nursing
4. Must have the ability to pay US$2000 towards USCIS Premium Processing and Fraud- protection fee and USCIS immigration filing fee.
5. Pass the final video-cam and / or personal interview with Executive VP for
nurses and HRD Team of Florida Hospital Corp.
6. Pass the H-1B visa interview at the U.S. Embassy-Manila for deployment in
7. Reimbursement of all fees will be process 2-weeks after arrival and employment in Florida.

Please note that those NCLEX nurses petitioned under the I-140 immigrant visa petition are still under the vestiges of "visa retrogression" imposed by the USCIS - whose lifting by the US Congress is still uncertain - up to 12-months to 2 years, if not more. There are approximately hundrers and hundreds, if not thousands of our Filipino nurses whoase immigrant visa petitions are curtailed by the specter of this "visa retrogression"

Bottomline -- it's up to each NCLEX nurse to make the decision to be freed from their I-140 immigrant petitions -- and opt instead to apply for the H-1B working visa that Florida Hospital Corporation and JES International Manpower Corporation (Philippines) are offering. The choice boils down to this: Either wait for the lifting up of the "visa retrogression" or apply for the H-!B working visa. The H-1B visa (3-years)can either be renewed or process to immigrant visa after a year of employment depending upon the employees performance and attitude.

We look forward if successful -- to being deployed in Disney-Orlando, Florida during the next 90-day period.

Actually we are direct hiring.... but all your documents will be process by JES International Manpower POEA Agency as our accredited agency for this job order. The first - 3rd batch were already deployed last June 15, 2008 and July 9, 2008. We are now on the process of the 4th bacth of recruitment, we are going to conduct an interview by phone by Sept. 2008 by the employer.

Date: 15 August 2008
City/Town: Florida
Location: Abroad
Wage/Salary: $22-40/hr
Start: 90days in HB1 Visa
Duration: 3years contract
Type: Full Time
How to apply: kindly email or contact me to my cp#09212790398
Company: JES International ManpowerLicense Agency
Contact: Suzette R. Manuel - Consultant and Coordinator
Phone: 09212790398
Fax: 4949989

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