Nursing Jobs in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

We have a wide range of nursing jobs vacant in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 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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Long Term Acute Care LTAC (RN) ICU - Registered Nurse
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There is a facility in Harrisburg, PA looking to hire a Registered Nurse for an immediate opening. This location is traveler friendly and welcomes nurses with open arms. The facility is ready to review resumes and interview candidates, please reply for immediate consideration.

Job Details:

  • Shift: Days and Nights 7am-7pm or 7pm-7am
  • 13-week contract with possible extension
  • Start date ASAP
  • 2 years of recent RN experience
  • Experience with drips, vents and trachs preferred

Assignment Benefits:

  • Weekly Pay
  • Customized Travel and Salary Packages
  • Referral Bonus
  • Tax Free Housing and meal Stipends

Education

  • Diploma in Nursing

Certifications

  • BLS
  • ACLS


You may also email your resume to laura.hair@sunbeltstaffing.com or for more information please call Laura Hair at 813-906-2362

Laura Hair
National Hiring Manager
813-960-2362
laura.hair@sunbeltstaffing.com

 


 

 

Nursing - RN-ICU Contract 4 days ago
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Applying for: Long Term Acute Care LTAC (RN) ICU - Registered Nurse
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