Location: Saint Petersburg , FL

Operating Room RN - 10 Hour Shift - St. Pete, FL

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Position: Registered Nurse

Unit: Operating Room

Location: Saint Petersburg, Florida

There is a facility in St. Pete, Florida actively interviewing for an experienced Operating Room Registered Nurse (RN). This is a 13-week assignment with the possibility of extending. Travelers must have a minimum of two recent years of experience on the unit. Please call or text Cody Brown at 813-219-1087 for further information.

Assignment Details:

  • 13 Weeks
  • Mid Day Shift
  • 36 or 40 hours per week
  • Possible extension based on performance
  • Electronic Charting
  • Some call may be required

Education and Certification Requirements:

  • Associate Degree or higher from an accredited nursing program
  • BLS/ACLS
  • Florida or Compact RN License

Required for Interview:

  • Current Professional Resume
  • Clinical References
  • 2 recent years of experience on the unit
  • Experience with Cerner Surginet is preferred

Job Duties

  • Monitor patient under sedation
  • Communicate patient needs with O.R Team
  • Electronically document procedure
  • Maintain an organized and sterile work area

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!

Cody Brown

National Hiring Recruiter

[email protected]

Call or Text: 813-219-1087

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