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CRISIS Elevated Rate - ICU Travel Contract - New Jersey
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A CRISIS Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse assignment is now available at a facility in New Brunswick, NJ. The position is a total of 13-weeks and has the possibility of an extension based on the clinical performance and professionalism of the hired Registered Nurse. Please see below for more details regarding this position. 

Employment Type:

  • Travel
  • Contract 

Contract Requirements: 

  • Active NJ RN License 
  • BLS 
  • ACLS 
  • Minimum of 2 years of recent clinical experience in clinical units. 

Contracted Hours:

  • 36 Hours per Week 
  • 12 Hour Days or Nights 

Assignment Length:

  • 13 Weeks 

Industry:

  • Healthcare 

Additional Details: 

  • Must be comfortable working with COVID positive patients. 
  • Can interview with ANY state license, will need to apply for New Jersey temporary license. 

 

To apply for this contract assignment, please apply below or call 813-792-3456.

Claudia Pierre

National Hiring Manager

813-792-3456

Claudia.pierre@sunbeltstaffing.com 

Nursing - RN-ICU Contract 13 days ago
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