Nursing Jobs in Plymouth, New Hampshire

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Plymouth, NH - Travel RN Assignment - Emergency Room (ER) - Nights - 13 Weeks
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A travel ER Registered Nurse position is now available in Plymouth, NH. This is a 13-week assignment in one of New Hampshire's leading hospitals. The facility is seeking candidates with a least 2 years of recent ER experience, along with applicable certifications for the role. This is a great opportunity for any RN looking for travel experience.

Certification Requirements

  • BLS
  • ACLS
  • PALS
  • TNCC


License: 

  • NH or Compact RN License


Experience: 

  • Two years of recent ER work history


Length

  • 13 weeks

Hours:

  • 36 hours per week 
  • Nights 
  • 7P-7:30A


About Sunbelt

  • Weekly Pay
  • Competitive Compensation
  • Traditional company benefits
  • 24/7 support


To apply for this role, please call or text Christopher Vasquez directly at 813.749.5253. You may also email your resume to [email protected] 

I look forward to speaking with you. 

Christopher Vasquez
National Account Executive
813.749.5253 - [email protected]
 

Nursing - RN-ER Contract 5 days ago
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Applying for: Plymouth, NH - Travel RN Assignment - Emergency Room (ER) - Nights - 13 Weeks
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