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Behavioral Health RN (Psychiatric Travel Contract)
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Sunbelt is now partnering with a facility in Anchorage, AK to hire Psychiatric nurses for a travel contract role. 

*All applications will receive a response within 24 hours. 

As a travel nurse you will spend 13 weeks providing care in a facility that needs your help. Travel nurses must be adaptable, team players, and exhibit quick thinking abilities. 

Shift: 

  • 12 hour shifts
  • 13 week contract

Requirements: 

  • AK state nursing license
  • BLS
  • 1+ years of behavioral health experience 

Benefits of partnering with Sunbelt Staffing: 

  • Weekly paychecks
  • Individualized pay packages 
  • Personalized 1:1 recruiting partnership
  • Joint Commission accredited 

To be considered for this or other travel opportunities across the nation please contact the Hiring Manager directly. 

Jazmyn Hunter
National Hiring Manager
813-261-2711
jazmyn.hunter@sunbeltstaffing.com

Nursing - RN-Psych Contract 5 days ago
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