1 Postpartum Travel Nursing Jobs in Kentucky
Duration: 13 weeks
Travel Nurse RN - Postpartum - $2,000 per week in Louisville, KY - Your adventure starts here with PRN Healthcare! Take control of your career with a travel contract or local contract. Our recruiters are trained matchmakers. By building authentic relationships, we get to know your wants, needs, and everything in between when it comes to your next contract. Armed with this knowledge, we curate opportunities that check your boxes. At PRN our mission is to put our travelers first, make a difference in our communities, and provide exceptional client satisfaction. See why so many are making PRN Healthcare their preferred healthcare staffing company: * Top-tier access to premium healthcare jobs nationwide * Decades of strong relationships with hospitals and facilities * A robust credentialing team that helps locate and pay for pre-employment labs and testing * Reliable and consistent support staff who ensure you have an exceptional experience from start to finish * Real people are always here to answer your questions and concerns 24/7 * We make it easy to travel with your fur baby, family, or friend At PRN Healthcare, our people are our most important asset. We prioritize taking care of the healthcare professionals who spend their careers taking care of patients in our communities. Here are some benefits of working with PRN: * Competitive pay * Generous housing stipends * Medical, Dental, Vision * 401(k) with company match * Refer-a-friend bonus
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Take your nursing career to the Bluegrass State! Start your search for Kentucky travel postpartum nursing jobs with TravelNurseSource. Named for its vast expanses of Bluegrass across the state, Kentucky is known for breeding horses, producing fine bourbon, and, of course, the infamous Kentucky Derby horse race. This state contains gorgeous state parks and many natural attractions, like lakes, caves, and waterfalls, so you’ll have plenty of places to explore when you’re off the clock. While working as a postpartum nurse, you’ll be responsible for providing physical and emotional care to mothers who have just given birth. Nurses in the postpartum unit also educate new parents on how to properly care for an infant, especially first-time parents. That said, this job is for postpartum nurses who have at least one year of experience in the field. If you think you’re up for the challenge, check out our open positions for postpartum travel nursing jobs in Kentucky below and complete an online application today!