Registered Nurse

Carenational Keene , NH 03431

Posted 3 days ago

Intermediate Care Unit/ Medical SurgicalRN - Hospital SystemKeene, NH 03431Full Time13 -Week AssignmentMaximum Un-Taxed Income: $30.13/hr = $1,084.68/weekMaximum Taxed Income: $50/hr = $1,800/weekMaximum Combined Income: $80.13/hr = $2,884.68/weekAdditional Travel Stipends also Available!
(Negotiation may be possible for Exceptional Experience)IMCU/MedSurg Nursing- RN Requirements:
  • 13 Week Travel or Local Contract
  • Full Time (36 hours / week)
  • 3 x 12 Hour Shifts
  • 2 years of direct RN experience in that department
  • Experience must be recent, used in the last 12 months
  • Current State Registered Nurse (R.N.) License
  • CPR/BLS and ACLS Required
IMCU/MedSurg Nursing- RN Benefits:
  • Medical Benefits Available
  • Additional Stipend Available for Travelers
  • Candidate Referral Program
  • Weekly Pay Schedule
  • Access to nationwide nursing opportunities
  • And more!
Additional local and travel positions available in multiple departments at facilities nationwide.If Hospital Nursing is your passion, apply today and one of our Search Consultants will reach out to you immediately!#CLINICAL
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