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Now Interviewing in Warm Springs, MT for Travel RN with Psych experience

Sunbelt staffing is now hiring for Registered Nurses (RN) at a psychiatric facility in Warm Springs, MT. This is a contract for 13-weeks with 12-hour shifts on the night shift.  

RN Requirements: 

  • Valid RN license in MT or compact state
  • Active BLS with AHA
  • 1-year of psych experience
  • CPI preferred, not required.  Facility will provide training if needed

Benefits: 

  • Competitive, personalized  compensation packages
  • Health Insurance Plans to best suite your needs
  • 401K


Have you ever thought about visiting Montana? Are you an RN that meets the above requirements?  Let Sunbelt help you out!  Please email your current resume to Nicole.Wells@Sunbeltstaffing.com or apply here today.

Nicole Wells
National Healthcare Consultant
(813) 906-2376 call or text 
Nicole.Wells@Sunbeltstaffing.com

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