Location: Alexander City, AL

RRT / Registered Respiratory Therapist

Hiring experienced Registered Respiratory Therapist to fill a position in Alexander City, AL. This is a 13 week contract with possible extension.

Job Details / Requirements:

  • RRT
  • AL license
  • ACLS, BLS
  • 2 years of recent experience
  • Adult critical care

Shift: 

  • 12 hour nights

Facility / Unit Details: 

Our department has a family feel and culture.  We work as a team and care about each other like family.  A positive attitude is very important to us.  We are a level 1 trauma center and enjoy the many experiences that come along with that.  We have a brand new fleet of mechanical ventilators and have ongoing construction for our ED expansion project.  Each employee engagement survey, we see many positive items of feedback based on supervisor support for work/life balance as well as the staff feeling supported and cared for. 

 

To apply for this position, please send your resumes directly to Megan.Eby@sunbeltstaffing.com and apply now!

Megan Eby-National Hiring Manager

Direct Number: 813-471-0157

Megan.Eby@sunbeltstaffing.com

Respiratory - Registered Respiratory Tech Contract 01/14/2020

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

Apply Now!
Contact Information

All Fields Required.

Professional Details
Resume Upload
There was an error attaching your resume/profile. Please try again or select another service.
Contact us
Please fill in the required fields.
Please re-attach your resume in one of these formats: .doc, .docx, .html, .htm, .txt, .rtf, .wps, .wpd, or .pdf
Please provide a valid Email Address.
Blog
  • Qualities of a Speech Therapist For Kids

    If you’re considering making the transition from a rehabilitation center or hospital speech therapist to a school-based therapist, there are certain traits and skills that will help you succeed. Al...
    Read more »

  • Stress Management For Nurses

    Nursing is a rewarding profession, but it can also be a stressful one. There are several factors that contribute to stress in the nursing profession, such as long shifts, maintaining a work-life ba...
    Read more »