1 NICU Travel Nursing Jobs in Utah
Registered Nurse - Labor and Delivery - We’re offering a rewarding LD position for Registered Nurses with experience managing the care of mothers and their babies during the delivery process for a 13 week contract assignment at a state-of-the-art area hospital. You’ll experience an incredibly supportive and ambitious team at Jackson Nurse Professionals where Traveling Nurses have been building rewarding careers since 2006. Minimum Requirements: * Current state license in good standing with State License Board. * 12 months LD experience in an acute-care setting within in the last 3 years. * At minimum, current BLS required (certifications vary by location – job may require ACLS). * Medical Records. Benefits & Perks We deeply value your commitment to improving the lives of patients, that's why we offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package starting your first day. * Full Medical Benefits & 401k Matching Plan * 24/7 Recruiter: Your main point of contact available by text, phone, or email * Competitive Referral Bonuses * 100% Paid Housing Available * Travel & License Reimbursement Apply now and you’ll be contacted by a recruiter who will give you more information on this or other RN vacancies in the settings and locations that matter most to you. _ EEO Statement Jackson Healthcare and its family of companies are an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all of our associates. _
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Are you looking for a way to expand your professional life in neonatal intensive care unit nursing while traveling throughout the country? You’ll definitely want to consider searching for NICU travel nursing jobs in Utah with TravelNurseSource today! Considering that half a million babies are born pre-maturely each year in the U.S., NICU nursing positions are in high-demand constantly. Often times, nurses in this field will provide care for infants suffering from a range of health risks such as birth defects, illness, infections, and low-birth weight. With all of that in mind, these jobs do require a great degree of training and expertise. In addition, traveling to a new location such as Utah for your next assignment is a great way to expand your professional network and resume while experiencing unique cultures. So what have you got to lose by bringing your skills on the road? Start your search for Utah NICU travel nurse jobs by browsing all of our current listings below and apply right here on TravelNurseSource today!