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Hospital Medical Surgical RN
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Sunbelt Staffing has a contract assignment that is now available in Clarksville, TN for a Medical Surgical Registered Nurse. The position is a total of 13-weeks but has the possibility of an extension based on the clinical performance and professionalism of the hired RN. 

Shift Requirements:

  • 12 Hour Nights or 12 Hour Days 
  • 36 Hours per Week
  • Weekend and Holiday Rotation may be required by the facility 

Education Preferred:

  • RN Degree

Minimum Requirements & Certifications:

  • BLS 
  • ACLS 
  • Minimum of 1-2 years of recent clinical experience in Med/Surg setting. 
  • Travel experience is preferred but not required 

Employment Type:

  • Contract 
  • Travel 

 

To be considered for this assignment, please email a resume and clinical references to Claudia Pierre at Claudia.pierre@sunbeltstaffing.com 

Claudia Pierre

National Hiring Manager 

813-792-3456

Claudia.pierre@sunbeltstaffing.com 

Nursing - RN-MS Contract 10 days ago
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