Registered Nurse RN-ER-Emergency Department jobs in Columbia, SC


Certification
RN-Registered Nurse
Specialty
RN-ER-Emergency Department
Location
Columbia, South Carolina
Jobs Available
3
Job Type
Contract

Description
Applicants for this position must have at least 2 years of experience in a hospital setting as an Emergency Department RN.
We desire a Registered Nurse who has Emergency Department RN skills and wants to take a position in Columbia, South Carolina. This assignment requires the job seeker temporarily relocate as the assignment is not local - salary for this job will include travel and be quite a bit more than a local Nursing job. Our client is seeking someone with experience who can start as soon as possible, which means that we need talented nurses to rapidly start working on our electronic on-boarding process. You can begin our application process by clicking on the green "Apply Now" button depicted above. You will find out that the Voyage application procedure is the most organized process you have seen in the travel industry.

This assignment may also be a great fit for people searching for an assignment around Lexington, West Columbia, Irmo, Gaston and Winnsboro.

Travelers can experience an adaptable schedule, freedom to choose from a variety of positions and adventure. Travel nurses can select their position location and hospital, and they secure an opportunity to work in exotic locations at prestigious facilities. Since many nurses are seeking a quality life style, the capacity to choose is important. To a great extent, travel nurses have the ability to be in control of their schedule. Quite a few of our travelers have been engaged in travel nursing in excess of 10 years and intend to continue traveling for quite a while.

If you are a medical professional who is looking for a fantastic salary, choices in your schedule, and exciting locations then a travel career may be suitable for you. So how can you start?

Get Prepared For The Steps In The Process

Before commencing with your first travel assignment some preparation is needed. Be certain to update your RN license, if needed and make certain you have a complete immunization and physical examination records. You should have a resume that shows your recent nursing experience and skills, along with your references and their contact data.

After you have worked with your recruiter to find a number of positions you are interested in you should be prepared for a telephone or Skype interview with your employers of interest. As part of the interview process you should ask questions regarding concerns of importance to you, such as mandatory skills or certifications, scheduling policy, over-time policy, and any other issues that you are aware of.

Your State RN License

Acquiring your state RN license for an individual state may begin before you have found an assignment. If you have several states where you are giving consideration to working you can begin the licensure process beforehand. There are a few states that take over a month to process, like, California, New Jersey, and New York. Many additional states will rapidly process RN license applications, often in a few days.

In some states you can obtain your RN license immediately by visiting the nursing board of the state.

The process of securing an RN license will be much simpler if you have a license in a state that is a member of the Nurse Licensure Compact, that has 25 states as members. This compact permits nurses to practice in any of the 25 compact states. Get advice from your recruiter regarding the licensure process in your state of interest. There are experts who are knowledgeable in RN licensing procedures who will assist you.

Your Area Of Expertise

Each medical center has its own policy, but normally you need a year or more of solid experience in your area of specialization to be under consideration for the position.

Even though requirements vary between facilities, you can start to apply for travel positions when you have a year of continuous experience.

Be aware that a few specializations, like Cardiac ICU and Psychiatry may necessitate greater than two years of experience.

Flexibility

Coupled with your skills and experience it is imperative that you have the ability to be flexible. This is surely an important prerequisite to be a successful traveler.

You should be amenable to several kinds of hospital policies, procedures, and locations so you can obtain additional skills as part of your travel experience.

Your first choice for an assignment might have been in Texas, but you should be open to assignments in other locations that may be an excellent fit for your set of skills. Many contracts have a duration of thirteen weeks, so you can always attempt a different location after the assignment is finished.

Professional References

A vital part of your application is your set of clinical references, and you should ensure they are readily available prior to the time you apply for a job. Your clinical skill set can be confirmed by your references, customarily you should at least have three of them.

A travel nurse will usually be required to fill out a skills checklist along with their references..

Once your recruiter has your skills set and references she can begin to look for positions that are relevant for your skills. After you have decided to accept a job, we will help you with any added requirements that need to be addressed, like drug screening.

Apply below. Have some questions? Please call us or email us at info@voyagehealth.com to learn more about this or any other of our many opportunities! 1-800-798-6035

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