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Operating Room(OR) Registered Nurse(RN) - Travel Contract AM / PM Shifts - Torrington, WY
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A thirteen week Operating Room travel contract for a Registered Nurse(RN) in Torrington, WY is available now.  The facility has openings on AM and PM shifts. RN's applying must have an active WY or Compact License. A current BLS, ACLS and PALS are also required. See below for details, followed by information on how to apply. 

Details and Requirements:

  • 13 Weeks
  • Days 
  • 36-40 hours per week 
  • Some Call may be required
  • Competitive compensation 
  • WY or Compact RN License 
  • BLS / ACLS / PALS (Required)
  • EMR experience (EPIC, Cerner, or Meditech) 


About Sunbelt:

  • 30 years of health care staffing experience 
  • 24/7 Support 
  • In-house payroll - Direct Deposit
  • Weekly Pay
  • Traditional company benefits 


To apply, please email  your resume to [email protected] You may also contact Ralph directly at 813-792-5237 for further inquiries. Texting is available. 

Ralph LaRosa
National Hiring Manager 
Sunbelt Staffing 
813-792-5237 / [email protected]

Nursing - RN-Operating Room Contract 26 days ago
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Applying for: Operating Room(OR) Registered Nurse(RN) - Travel Contract AM / PM Shifts - Torrington, WY
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