Nursing Jobs in Galveston, Texas

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Circulating Operating Room RN's Needed in Houston, TX - Travel Assignment - Local RN's May Apply
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A Medical Facility near Galveston, TX is in need of an experienced Operating Room Registered Nurse.
Details about the position are listed below. Please reach out to Nicole Forgette directly for pay. You may call or text 813-792-3405.

Employment Type:

  • Full Time
  • Health Care
  • Contract


Assignment:

  • 13 weeks
  • Days - varied start times
  • 36-40 hours per week 
  • Various facility types 


Required:

  • 2 or more years of O.R experience 
  • TX or Compact License
  • BSL and ACLS 
  • Strong General, Ortho, Neuro, and GYN 
  • Robotics a plus 
  • Electronic Charting 


Other:

  • Traditional company benefits
  • Weekly Pay 
  • Extension based on performance
  • Great facility for any resume 
  • Traveler friendly 


Nicole Forgette
Sunbelt Staffing
National Hiring Manager
Call or text; 813-792-3405
Email: [email protected]

Nursing - RN-Operating Room Contract 4 days ago
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Applying for: Circulating Operating Room RN's Needed in Houston, TX - Travel Assignment - Local RN's May Apply
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