Nursing Jobs in Aurora, Colorado

We have a wide range of nursing jobs vacant in Aurora, Colorado. Sunbelt has a range of contract types for you to choose between. Our employment options include contract, per diem, travel, permanent or direct hire positions.

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Aurora, CO - Travel RN Assignment - Med Surg/ Telemetry (MS/Tele) Days
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There is 13-week travel assignment now available in Aurora, CO for nurses with Med Surg/Tele experience. This hospital system is a great addition to any resume. There are openings on both days and evenings. Listed below are details about the contract, along with items required at the time of applying. For other questions, including pay, please contact Shayn McLellan directly at 813-792-3445.

Required:

  • 2 or more years of MS/Tele experience
  • EMR Knowledge
  • CO or Compact RN License
  • BLS
  • ACLS


Contract:

  • 13 weeks
  • Days
  • 36 hours per week
  • Weekly Pay


About Sunbelt:

  • 30+ years of health care staffing
  • In-house payroll
  • Traditional company benefits
  • Nationwide partnerships
  • 24/7 support

 

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Shayn McLellan
National Hiring Manager
Call or Text: 813-792-3445
Email: [email protected]

Nursing - RN-MS Contract 20 days ago
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Applying for: Aurora, CO - Travel RN Assignment - Med Surg/ Telemetry (MS/Tele) Days
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