Nursing Jobs in Utica, New York

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MS Tele Travel Registered Nurse RN for Utica NY
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A hospital in Utica, NY is now interviewing for experienced Med Surg Registered Nurse. This is a 13-week travel assignment. Candidates must have at least 2 recent years of experience on the unit. NY License, plus all applicable certifications are required to apply. Please email your resume and references to olesa.fridman@sunbeltstaffing.com. You may also call or text Olesa Fridman directly at 813-343-2155 for complete details.

Work Type:

  • 36 hours
  • 12 hour days and nights
  • 13 week contract

Education:

  • Degree from an accredited Nursing Program

Experience:

  • 2 years of Med Surg experience

Requirements:

  • NY RN License  
  • BLS/ACLS

Sunbelt has partnered with facilities nationwide to provide travelers with an assignment that will best fit their needs and experience. Ask about our other opportunities today.

Olesa Fridman

Call or Text 813-343-2155

Email: olesa.fridman@sunbeltstaffing.com

Nursing - RN-MS Contract 22 days ago
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