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ICU - RN - Travel Contract Job - Long Beach, CA - Escalated PAY- HIRING FAST
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Position: ICU - RN - Hiring Fast, HIGH PAY

Location: Long Beach, CA

A hospital in Long Beach, CA is actively interviewing for an experienced ICU - RN.  This is a 13 week assignment with the possibility of extending. Travelers must have a minimum of 2 year of experience in a ICU setting. Please call or text Mary Katsougrakis at 813-336-6776 for further information.

Assignment Details:

  • 13 weeks is highly preferred
  • 36 hours per week
  • Night
  • EOW First to Float
  • Possible extension based on performance

Certification Requirements:

  • ACLS,BLS,Covid Vaccine Required, Crisis protocol approved, Pandemic licensure approved.
  • California RN State License

Required for Interview:

  • Current Professional Resume
  • Clinical References
  • 2 recent years of experience in a ICU setting

Sunbelt is proud to provide weekly and competitive pay with direct deposit or pay card options. Sunbelt also provides 24/7 support to accommodate travelers working any shift. You will receive a personalized and transparent recruiting experience with each assignment. All compensation packages are designed to meet your needs. With opportunities nationwide, we are sure the right facility is just a phone call away. I look forward to connecting with you and don’t forget to ask about our Referral Program!

Mary Katsougrakis

National Hiring Manager

813-336-6776

[email protected]

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