Location: Boynton Beach, FL

Med-Surg RN needed in Boynton Beach, Florida

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A 13-week travel contract is now available at a medical facility in Boynton Beach, FL. The client is seeking Registered Nurses with at least 2 recent years of Med-Surg experience. This is a great assignment for both seasoned and first-time travelers. There are positions available for PM shifts. Applicants must have all applicable certifications and an Active FL or Compact RN license. Compensation packages are designed to meet the needs of the traveler. Tax-free stipends for housing and meals will be based on the candidate's permanent address in relation to the facility. Details about the assignment and requirements are listed below. 

Requirements:

  • 2 or more years of Med-Surg experience 
  • FL or Compact RN License 
  • Active BLS and ACLS 
  • Electronic Charting experience 


Assignment Specifics:

  • 13 weeks 
  • 36 hours per week 
  • Possible extension based on performance 
  • 12 hour nights available 


Other Information:

  • Weekly Pay 
  • 24/7 support 
  • Traditional company benefits available 
  • 401(k) options 
  • In-house payroll 

Sunbelt is proud to provide weekly and competitive pay with direct deposit or pay card options. Sunbelt also provides 24/7 support to accommodate travelers working any shift. You will receive a personalized and transparent recruiting experience with each assignment. All compensation packages are designed to meet your needs. With opportunities nationwide, we are sure the right facility is just a phone call away. I look forward to connecting with you and don’t forget to ask about our Referral Program!

Please apply or contact me directly: 

Sean Coats

National Hiring Manager

Call or Text: 813-336-6795

Email Resume: [email protected]

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