Location: Athens, GA

ICU - Registered Nurse (RN) - Now Hiring - GA

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Sunbelt Staffing is actively seeking an experienced ICU Registered Nurse (RN) for a 13 week travel contract in Atlanta, GA. Applicants are expected to have a minimum of two recent years of experience on the unit. To interview, you must have all active certifications required for the position. Sunbelt has partnered with one of the top medical groups to provide travelers with a welcoming environment and competitive pay. To apply, please email your resume to jacqueline.johnson@sunbeltstaffing.com or call 813-749-5186 directly. Please see below for complete details pertaining to the assignment.

Contract Specifics:

  • 13 Weeks
  • Possible extension based on performance / Potential OT
  • Nights / 36 Hours

Required for Interview:

  • Updated Resume
  • Professional References
  • 2 or more years of recent experience on the unit
  • Level I and/or travel experience preferred, but not required
  • EPIC, Cerner, or Meditech experience

Education and Certification:

  • Associate Degree or higher from an accredited Nursing Program
  • AHA BLS, AHA ACLS, 
  • Mississippi Single RN or Compact License Required

Sunbelt Provisions:

  • Weekly Pay
  • Competitive Pay
  • Direct Deposit or Pay Card options
  • Traditional company benefits
  • 24/7 Support Line
  • Personalized recruiting experience


This is a great opportunity for any traveler to build their resume. Join a team of professional and welcoming healthcare workers when taking an assignment with Sunbelt Staffing. Our mission is to advocate for our travelers and make life better for those who make lives better.
I look forward to speaking with you.

Jacquelin Johnson

National Hiring Manager

813-749-5186

Jacqueline.johnson@sunbeltstaffing.com

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