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Ar Lr Rn 9a Telemetry Nights Job In Little Rock, Arkansas, Rmv Workforce Corp

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
ID #1115916542
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Ar Lr Rn 9a Telemetry Nights Job In Little Rock, Arkansas, Rmv Workforce Corp
United States, Arkansas, Little Rock,
Published August 5, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Ar lr rn 9a telemetry nights


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Busy telemetry unit. Lots of drips. Must have good time management skills. CPR, ACLS required.



Covid patients may be on this unit and it is required that they are cared for by all staff. No exceptions.



PTO Policy: Candidates must request only one of the following dates off for the holidays. Also, if the staff member works Christmas Eve, they will not be then scheduled for Christmas day and this applies to all three holidays.

Thanksgiving (11/25)

Day after Thanksgiving (11/26)

Christmas Eve (12/24)

Christmas Day (12/25)

New Year s Eve (12/31)

New Year s Day (1/1)

*75 MILE RADIUS RULE NOW IN EFFECT* Must live more than 75 miles from facility to qualify as a traveler.



Position Urgency:

Quick Start



Shifts:

630p -7a



State License Details:

Must Be Currently Active



Minimum Years of Experience:

2



Minimum Guaranteed Hours:

36



Specialty Type:

Nursing



Sub Specialty:

Telemetry Nurse, Telemetry Cardiac



General Certifications:

ACLSBLS/BCLS



Bilingual:

No



EMR Used:

EPIC



Vacation Coverage Required:

Yes

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    Rmv Workforce Corp
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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