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Travel RN - Registered Nurse: ICU
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||7p-7a 34.5hr NY
Our client in Schenectady, NY has travel nursing position for an RN with current ICU experience.
The ideal candidate must have at least 2 years of nursing experience, with active RN license and BLS and/or ACLS (if required) certified by the American Heart Association.
What makes Go Healthcare Staffing Different?
From the first conversation with your Go Recruiter to your last day of your assignment, you can tell we are a different travel nurse company. Simply put, we do everything to make you happy. We center our company around you, what you want and what you need. Each of our travel assignments must meet the criteria of offering what travel nurses want: generous pay packages, rewarding clinical experiences at exciting travel destinations. Next, we thoughtfully customized our Go Benefits to make sure we meet what travel nurses need on the road. That’s why your Go Benefits include:
- The convenience of weekly pay with direct deposit
- Medical insurance for all of our travelers on day one of employment with GO Healthcare from United Healthcare
- Additional dental, vision and life insurance
- Housing options from private housing to stipend based on YOUR need
- Clinical Support 24/7
Discover the Go Healthcare Staffing difference – we put nurses first! Are you ready?
Let’s GO Travel, Nurses! Find out about all of our exciting travel assignments not listed here by calling 844-966-8773 or www.gohealthcarestaffing.com
I've been a traveler for more than 6 years and I found out about Go Healthcare from someone at my last assignment. What I like is the transparency and consistency. My recruiter was straightforward with me about everything. It's not just about the pay, but how you are treated before, during and after. The company is not one of the big ones so I feel like they treat you more like family. One time, I had an issue with insurance and when I talked to someone, it sounded like they know me - not just a number, but a person. In my opinion, it's better to work with a smaller company just because you feel like you have a lifeline. I am on my third assignment now. And I cannot say that every day is smooth, that's just not the reality of being a traveler, but I like that when something does happen, they have my back. That counts for a lot. The only reason why I'm not giving them 5 stars is because I want them to always try hard in keeping me. LOL!
I have avoided travel nursing for three years because of the horror stories I have heard and the bad reviews I have read. I took a chance on a new travel company hoping that they would take a chance on me. July 15, 2015 I was connected to recruiter Carolyn Davis. She motivated me and assisted me throughout the process. I appreciate that the facts and figures are explained, in writing, up front. August 14, 2015 I arrived in North Carolina to begin a new phase in my career. Carolyn is still a call/text/e-mail away. Amber (Credentialing Specialist) is always available to assist also. They are like my personal cheerleaders. I truly appreciate them I have every confidence that they will continue to take care of me. I have spoken to other employees at the agency and they were also helpful. Go Healthcare is the best way to go!
Signed with a new company, literally a brand new company just getting started. Carolyn was to be my recruiter. Wow, what an experience!. We bonded from the moment we spoke. Now consider ourselves sisters from another mother. Not only an amazing recruiter, but more importantly an amazing women. Have worked with many companies and never felt more appreciated. She goes above an beyond in every sense. Carolyn puts your needs first; you are not just a number. She has made me feel that I can (an have) called her 24/7, and she will respond within 5 min. Really, what other recruiter has been so attentive? Another ex., Was invited to visit the corporate office in Charlotte, NC (city of my current assignment), Carolyn made a special trip from W. VA for the day just to meet me !!!! Have to admit, there have been a few unexpected glitches in the process, but Carolyn has resolved these issues in a very timely matter. No waiting 3+ days for resolution. If she doesn't have the answers, she will contact someone who does, who also gets back to you in a timely matter. Unlike the "used car salesman" attitude amongst recruiters, Carolyn keeps it real. Have truly found a diamond in the rough. Thank You Carolyn and Go Healthcare Staffing!