Nursing Jobs in Greensboro, North Carolina

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Greensboro, North Carolina - Travel LPN Job
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Sunbelt Staffing is actively interviewing for an experienced Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)  interested in a 4-6 week assignment in Greensboro, NC. The facility will provide the opportunity for extensions based on performance. Applicants must have at least 2 recent years of LTC experience. 

Information about the position is listed below. 

Details:

  • 4-6 Weeks
  • 36-40 hours per week 
  • Float between 2nd and 3rd shift -12 hour nights 
  • Travel/local contract
  • Possible extension based on performance

Requirements:

  • Active NC or Compact RN License 
  • BLS
  • Minimum two year of recent Long Term Care experience 
  • Electronic Charting experience

To apply for this position, please email your resume and references to kevin.truman@sunbeltstaffing.com. For further information or to learn about other opportunities, please call or text 813-261-2255 directly.

Kevin Truman
National Hiring Manager 
(813) 261-2255
Kevin.Truman@sunbeltstaffing.com

Nursing - LPN 22 days ago
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