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Kansas ICU Registered Nurse (RN) Contract
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For more information or to apply, please call or text 813-261-2248.

An ICU RN is needed in Kansas City, KS for a 13 week long contract job. There are multiple openings on night shifts. Must be comfortable working with or in proximity to positive COVID-19 patients. 

Certifications:

  • BLS 
  • ACLS
  • NIHSS 


License:

  • Compact or KS RN License


Experience Needed:

  • 2 years of ICU experience minimum 


Job Description:

  • Care of high acuity patients
  • Float if needed
  • Work 12 hour night shifts
  • Every other weekend as needed 

 

To apply for this position and score an interview, please email your resume to caterina.phillips@sunbeltstaffing.com. Or, if you know someone who would be a great fit for this position, please share. 

 

Caterina Phillips 
National Hiring Manager 
caterina.phillips@sunbeltstaffing.com
813-261-2248

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