1 NICU Travel Nursing Jobs in Rhode Island
Duration: 9 weeks
Travel Nurse RN - NICU in Providence, RI - Details: Must Have 2+ Years of recent Neonatal experience. * Specialty: Neonatal * Discipline: Registered Nurse * Start Date: 2023-11-13 * Duration: 9 Weeks * Shift: 12 Hours Overnight shift. * Hours Per Week: "NA" * Employment Type: Contract Six things that won’t happen if you apply to this job: * You won’t have to guess what the downsides are. We’ll tell you up front. * You won’t show up on day 1 and find out this is not what you signed up for. * We won't leave your phone call ringing when it's inconvenient. Business hours for you are business hours for us. * You won’t get shuffled to some customer service rep when a problem pops up. * If we screw up something in securing your placement, we'll own it. That means it's on us to make it right. * You won’t figure out your credentials alone. Our credentialing experts will walk you through it step by step. We've talked to thousands of travel nurses like you. We know you want good pay. You want to choose when you work. But the one thing nurse after nurse has said they want and don't have is someone in their corner. There's a lot in this business that’s messed up. We’re trying to be the people that fix it. You and every nurse with the guts to travel deserve it. We've worked hard for you to enjoy some one-of-a-kind benefits you'll not likely find anywhere else, because they benefit you more than they benefit us: * Our early pay program * Student loan reimbursement * Free well-being tele-visits with a psychologist
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Have you been searching for a way to expand your professional career as a neonatal intensive care unit nurse while traveling throughout the United States? If so, you’ll absolutely want to consider searching for NICU travel nursing jobs in Rhode Island with TravelNurseSource today! NICU nurses are one of the most critical positions for many hospitals and maternity wards to keep fully staffed. Nurses in this field provide critical care to newborns suffering from a range of serious conditions. In many cases, this involves treating infants with birth defects, infections, and illness, as well as prematurity and other medical complications. That said, these are positions that require a great deal of professional training and certifications. Plus, traveling to a unique location in New England for a travel nurse assignment is an excellent way to expand your professional resume and network for even more job offers to come. So what’s holding you back from advancing your career to the next level? Start your search for Rhode Island NICU travel nurse jobs by browsing all of our current postings below and apply right here on TravelNurseSource today!