Location: Fargo, ND

North Dakota Needs ICU Nurses - Covid Rate

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Looking for you next travel contract? With partnerships nationwide, Sunbelt has the right assignment for you. One of our hottest jobs right now is a 6 week contract in Fargo, North Dakota. This client is interviewing for a Registered Nurse (RN) with 2 or more years of Intensive Care Unit experience. Let’s connect today to discuss complete details, including compensation and benefits.

Fargo is a great place to spend the next 6 weeks. Fargo's open sky and prairie surroundings make for great outdoor adventures.  Fargo also boasts a great entertainment scene along with sporting events  To apply today, please call or text Patti Tate at (813)219-1050. You may also email your professional resume to patti.tate@sunbeltstaffing.com. I look forward to speaking with you!

Assignment Details

  • 6 Weeks
  • Shift: Days or Nights
  • 36 Hours per week
  • Extensions may be offered
  • Must Float to IMC, stepdown unit
  • Covid Vaccine or Medical or Religious Declaration necessary

Interview Requirements:

  • Active North Dakota or Compact RN License
  • Active BLS and ACLS Certifications
  • Updated Resume
  • 2 or more professional references

Experience:

  • 2 or more years of full clinical experience on the unit
  • Electronic Charting experience
  • Associate Degree or higher from an accredited Nursing Program

This facility is a great resume builder for anyone looking to add to their experience. First time travelers are always welcome. Sunbelt offers weekly and competitive pay. I would love to chat with you about positions that are going to fit your experience.

Patti Tate

National Account Manager

Sunbelt Staffing

Phone number: (813)219-1050 (call or text)

Email: patti.tate@sunbeltstaffing.com

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