*Wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
Please only submit
candidates that area aware of their submission to our facility. Please do not
allow candidates to contact facility. Please only submit candidates with an
active NM or compact license. Please note time off requests must be disclosed with
initial submission to be considered for approval. Time off requested after the
acceptance date will not be approved. When submitting candidates include at least two references (one must be from current manager), a resume, and completed skills checklist/competency assessment.13 weeks assignment, 2 years experience current required in
an 18 plus bed telemetry/progressive care unit required. Must be a team player,
flexible and accustomed to fast paced environment. Must have successfully completed at least one
13-week travel assignment. At alternate location-Will float to med/surg. Will
float to ICU to care for tele patients boarding in ICU. Will float to ED to
care for admitted inpatients holding for bed or as helping hands.CERTIFICATIONS: BLS, ACLS, and NIHSS certifications required. BLS and ACLS
must be completed through American Heart Association, American Health and
Safety, or American Red Cross. EPIC EMR experience preferred. Traveler must
pass the BCA testing during first week of assignment. Travelers that do not pass
the BCA test will be dismissed.SHIFT: 12 hour N shift position. Shifts may fluctuate to fulfill department staffing needs. On call, weekends and holidays may be required. Travelers are first to float within facility and to alternate locations within 20 miles of permanent assigned location. Traveling pairs are not guaranteed same schedules or same shifts. Ratios 1:4 will go 1:5/6 if needed based on acuity of patients.ORIENTATION: 1st week of the contract, not to exceed 40 total hours, and includes EPIC training. SCRUBS: required and not provided by the facility.