1 PICU Travel Nursing Jobs in Maryland
Start: 3 Weeks
Duration: 13 weeks
Travel Nurse RN - PICU - $1,985 per week in Baltimore, MD - Most of our positions require at least 2 years of nursing experience, with an active RN license and BLS and/or ACLS (if required) certified by the American Heart Association. What makes Mindlance Health different? Mindlance Health has thousands of rewarding travel assignments throughout the country for Travel Nurses. We are best known for being the agency that pays more! We can do this because we aggressively manage our operating expenses which results in YOU receiving the highest percentage of the bill rate among all of our competitors for the exact same jobs. You deserve more and you should receive more. Mindlance Health PAYS YOU MORE! All of our travel assignments meet the criteria of offering what travel nurses want: • Highest total pay packages available in all markets • Clinical experiences at the best hospitals in the country • Flexible assignment lengths • The convenience of weekly pay with direct deposit and payroll support available any time you need it • Real health insurance for all of our travelers through Aetna • Supplemental dental, vision, and life insurance • Combination of taxable and non-taxable compensation that is government compliant • Access to your dedicated Relationship Manager to walk you through the onboarding process • Technology enabled platform that values YOUR time Discover the Mindlance Health difference! Find out about all of our exciting travel assignments not listed here by going online to or by calling (908) 895-9017 and press 1.
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Explore dozens of openings for PICU travel nursing jobs in Maryland on TravelNurseSource today! Let your career take you to the Old Line State. Take in the state’s scenic destinations along the Chesapeake Bay, like Baltimore, the birthplace of the United States National Anthem, or Annapolis, the capital. Maryland is also in close proximity to Washington D.C. and Philadelphia, two major cities of the east coast, so you’ll have all kinds of places to visit when you’re off the clock. While working as a registered nurse in the PICU, or pediatric intensive care unit, you’ll hold the vital responsibility of assessing, treating, and monitoring young patients under the age of 18 who are faced with serious or life-threatening ailments. Typical PICU nursing duties include monitoring vital signs, changing wound dressings, administering medications, or tracking oxygen levels. Since PICU nurses work in a very fast-paced and sometimes-stressful environment, it’s important that you have at least one year of experience in the field before applying to a travel position. If you think you have what it takes, use TravelNurseSource to search Maryland travel PICU nursing jobs and apply today!