Location: Orlanda, FL

20 ICU and Med Surg Registered Nurses - Tampa, FL

Sunbelt Staffing is excited to be looking for multiple travel ICU and MedSurg RNs for a client in Tampa, FL. The client is moving FAST on interviews and offers. The RN will be responsible for the general care of covid (symptomatic and asymptomatic) patients, along with any other patients dealing with infections. This 13-week contract has day or night shifts available.

Work Details:

  • Full Time 36 hours per week guaranteed
  • Overtime possible, not guaranteed.
  • Preferred start date: 10/12. 10/19 and 10/26 also available.
  • Nurse to patient ratio 1:2 for ICU and 1:4/5 for MedSurg

Experience:

  • 2 years of ICU or MedSurg experience
  • Worker cannot live within 50 miles of Tampa (must be a true travel nurse)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Registered Nurse (RN) License in FL, or compact license
  • Current BLS certification

Education Requirements:

  • ASN or BSN degree from an accredited school of nursing

Industry: Healthcare, MedSurg, ICU

Employment Type: Travel/Contract/Temporary-Full Time

If you are interested in the position or finding out more about Sunbelt Staffing and its travel nursing opportunities across the country, please contact Tyler Giesbrecht at (813) 774-5083 or Tyler.Giesbrecht@SunbeltStaffing.com.

 

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