1 NICU Travel Nursing Jobs in New-Mexico
Duration: 13 Weeks
Type: Neurocritical Intensive Care Unit Albuquerque , NM SkyBridge Healthcare is currently seeking Registered Nurse with Neurocritical Intensive Care Unit experience for a 13-week contract in NM. SkyBridge Healthcare is a premier staffing firm dedicated to matching outstanding talent with exceptional opportunities. Our commitment to excellence and our consultative approach has helped us become a leader in the Healthcare staffing industry. Whether you are an experienced traveler, or this is your first travel position, SkyBridge Healthcare puts our Nurses first and ensures a seamless travel experience. Minimum Requirements: 1 year full time RN Neurocritical Intensive Care Unit experience within the last 2 years. SkyBridge Healthcare offers industry leading benefits including: * Top of the line weekly pay packages * Travel assistance * Weekly tax-free stipend * Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance * 24/7 support with a dedicated recruiter * This role may include a Completion Bonuses, Signing Bonuses, and generous Referral Bonuses. SkyBridge Healthcare is dedicated to being with you every step of the way and we personally will ensure we provide you with all the tools needed to be successful. Working in a new city is an experience in itself, especially when starting a new job you are passionate about. Your exposure to unfamiliar territory will push you to broaden your horizons, enhance your professional skills, and grow your network. SkyBridge Healthcare wants the best for our employees, and we are dedicated to helping professionals land their ideal travel assignment.
Discover NICU Travel Nursing Jobs in New Mexico
Are you looking for a way you can travel throughout the country while advancing your nursing career? If you said yes, then consider finding NICU travel nursing jobs in New Mexico with TravelNurseSource today! Neonatal intensive care unit nurses are one of the most in-demand nursing jobs out there. Nurses in this field work to provide care to newborns suffering from a range of health issues. In many cases, this involves treating infants with birth defects, prematurity, infections, illnesses, and other serious complications. With all of that said, these jobs do require a considerable amount of training and certification as well as a year or more of experience in the field. Traveling to a unique location such as New Mexico means you’ll have lots of opportunities to expand your professional network and resume while checking out cities like Santa Fe! So why not take your passion and expertise on the road? Start your search for New Mexico NICU travel nurse jobs by browsing all of our currently available positions listed below and apply right here on TravelNurseSource today!