Nursing Jobs in Green Bay, Wisconsin

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Med Surg RN Travel Job - Green Bay, WI

Did you know that Wisconsin is known for the outdoors? From fishing to hunting... snowmobiling, and vacationing... this city is loaded with fresh air and a retreat away from the hustle and bustle of life. Why not explore this one-of-a-kind landscape?

A hospital in Green Bay, Wisconsin is searching for a Medical Surgical RN. Take your next travel nurse job in Wisconsin – a city of serenity and nature!


  • BLS/ACLS (required)
  • Wisconsin state license or compact
  • 1-2 years recent med surg experience

Job Details:

  • 13 weeks
  • 36 hours
  • Nights

• Weekly Pay
• Quick Start options
• Expedited offers
• Possible extension

Personalized recruiting experience!

To apply, please call or text Summer Wynn directly at 813.688.9174. For an expedited process, please email your resume and references to [email protected]

Summer Wynn
National Hiring Manager - Sunbelt Staffing
Direct – 813.688.9174
Email – [email protected]

Nursing - RN-MS Contract 16 days ago
Applying for: Med Surg RN Travel Job - Green Bay, WI
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