Nursing Jobs in Lancaster, Texas

We have a wide range of nursing jobs vacant in Lancaster, Texas. Access the newest travel, permanent, and per diem positions through Sunbelt Staffing.

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Travel Med Surge Assignment - Registered Nurse Contract - 13 weeks

A travel Med Surge Registered Nurse position is now available in Lancaster, TX. This is an 8-week assignment at one of Texas's leading hospitals. The facility is seeking candidates with at least 2 recent year of Medical Surgical experience, along with all applicable certifications for the role. Enjoy all that the Texas area has to offer while on contract. An active TX or Compact RN License is required at the time of applying.


  • Minimum 2 year of experience
  • BLS
  • ACLS
  • TX or Compact RN License 

Contract Specifics:

  • 8 weeks
  • Days
  • 36 hours per week
  • Possible extension based on performance and demand

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  • Weekly Pay
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  • Nationwide partnerships
  • Traditional company benefits

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Shirley Marquina

National Hiring Manager

Call or Text: 813-749-5318

Email: Shirle[email protected]

Nursing - RN-MS Contract 9 days ago
Applying for: Travel Med Surge Assignment - Registered Nurse Contract - 13 weeks
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