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Travel Contract - Sicu Rn - Reno, Nv Job In Reno, Nevada, Phaxis - Nursing

Published 2022-08-04
Expires 2022-09-04
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Travel Contract - Sicu Rn - Reno, Nv Job In Reno, Nevada, Phaxis - Nursing
United States, Nevada, Reno,
Published August 4, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Travel contract - sicu rn - reno, nv


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Phaxis Travel Healthcare has immediate opening for a travel surgical ICU RN in Reno, Nevada.



Recruiters at Phaxis will work with you closely to help you plan your next big move in your career. We actively work on your behalf to help you find the job of your dreams whether it be close to home or across the country. From submitting applications to onboarding to finding housing, our team will be here to help you every step of the way!



Details:



• 8 to 13-week contract with the possibility of an extension



• Days or nights



• 36-40 hours weekly, ask about OT



• Competitive pay



• Stipends for housing and meals & incidentals



• Reimbursements for licensure and relocation



Qualifications:



•  ACLS, BLS/BCLS, NV licesnure



• Minimum Years of Experience: 2



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To further supplement your application, please complete a skills checklist for your specialty at (url removed)  (this shouldn't take longer than 5-6 minutes- just copy and paste this link in your browser!)



For further details or to forward your resume please contact me via email or text/call at my number below. Come travel with us!



Kara Hoffman



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