Location: Knoxville, TN

Med Surg Registered Nurse (RN) - Travel Assignment - Tennessee (TN)

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Sunbelt has a travel RN opportunity now open in Nashville, TN (just outside of Knoxville- perfect distance for travel assignment). This is a 13 week position with the option to work 36 or 48 hours.

Requirements:

  • Active TN or Compact RN License
  • Active BLS/ACLS or other relevant certifications
  • 2 or more years of recent Med Surg experience
  • Electronic Charting (EPIC, Cerner, McKesson, Meditech)

Assignment Details:

  • 13 weeks - Possible extension
  • Am and PM shifts available
  • Weekly pay
  • Travel Stipends for eligible candidates

Sunbelt Provisions:

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

When you take a travel nursing job with Sunbelt, you become a part of something bigger than a shift or a job. Because here, we believe in the power of teamwork and, that together, we’re all better. We build communities of care wherever we are and wherever we go. Come be part of our team and changes lives as you go.

Join our team today!

For immediate consideration - Contact Me Directly

1. Call or Text (813) 688-9172 * I will respond with in 24 hours

2. Email your current resume to: Melissa.thornton@sunbeltstaffing.com

3. Book a time for an interview:
https://calendly.com/interviewwithmelissa/interview

I look forward to speaking with you regarding your next travel opportunity!

Melissa Thornton
National Hiring Manager
Sunbelt Staffing
Direct: 813-688-9172 (Talk or Text)
Email: melissa.thornton@sunbeltstaffing.com

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