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Job #12051 - Registered Nurse / Pcu - Santa Fe, Nm Job In Santa Fe, New Mexico, Greenlife Healthcare

Published 2022-08-02
Expires 2022-09-02
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Job #12051 - Registered Nurse / Pcu - Santa Fe, Nm Job In Santa Fe, New Mexico, Greenlife Healthcare
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe,
Published August 2, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Job #12051 - registered nurse / pcu - santa fe, nm


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Facility Type:

Hospital



Position:

Nursing



Specialty:

PCU



Shift

12 hour Day varied



City:

Santa Fe



State:

New Mexico



Work Type:

Travel



Recruiter:

Liza Sansaet / (phone number removed) / (url removed)



Benefits Package:

The below benefits package is based on 13 weeks assignments.



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Greenlife Healthcare Staffing



Offers Excellent Benefits for our



Traveling Professionals

"Highly Competitive Pay Packages



"Weekly Payroll Deposit



"Deluxe Housing or Per Diem Housing Allowance



"Sign On Bonus / Completion Bonus (per facility assignment)



"Guaranteed weekly hours (depending on facility of choice)



"Paid Travel Expenses



"Meals and Incidentals Allowance



"Generous Referral Bonus Program



"Professional and General Liability Coverage



"State License Reimbursement



"Priority access to Greenlife HS's - exclusive jobs



"Personal Recruiter and Large Support Staff - 24 Hour Service and Support



"Access to Clinical Support



Additional Benefits



"Travel & Entertainment Discounts



"Loan Resources



"Individualized Wellness Programs



"Legal Resources



"Mental Health Services



"Virtual Concierge Service



Qualifications

"2 years " experience in applied for specialty hospital setting



"Valid license or certification in state of practice, if applicable



"Excellent communication skills



"Demonstrated ability to maintain high level of professionalism during stressful times



"Strong critical thinking skills



"Valid Driver "s License



"Background and drug screen



"Additional requirements & certifications as may be requested by the specific facility/unit



"We are committed to our core values: integrity, honesty, and transparency "



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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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