Registered Nurse RN-ER-Emergency Department jobs in Charleston, WV


Certification
RN-Registered Nurse
Specialty
RN-ER-Emergency Department
Location
Charleston, West Virginia
Jobs Available
38
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.
Voyage is looking for an RN-Registered Nurse who has an Emergency Department RN specialty and can go to Charleston, West Virginia. This assignment requires the job seeker travel as the job is not local - salary for this assignment will account for travel and be much higher than a local Nursing job. We are looking for an experienced nurse who can start work as soon as possible. This will require an applicant to begin our online application right away. You can get started with our application process by clicking on the green "Apply Now" button shown above. You will see that the Voyage application process is the most efficient, professional, and organized process you have seen in the travel industry.

This opportunity could also be a stellar job for individuals searching for a position near Saint Albans, Hurricane, Elkview, Dunbar and Nitro.

Travelers can experience an adaptable schedule, freedom to choose from quite a few assignments and adventure. Our nurses can select a facility and geographic location that they prefer and have the opportunity to work in well-known hospitals. Since a large number of RNs are seeking a quality life style, the capacity to choose is important. To a large degree, travel nurses control their own schedule. Many of our travelers have been engaged in travel nursing in excess of 10 years and intend to continue traveling for quite some time.

If you are a medical professional who is looking for a great salary, choices in your schedule, and exciting locations then a travel career may be suitable for you. What must you do to get started with a travel nurse career?

Get Prepared For The Steps In The Process

Prior to beginning your travel career you should do some planning. Be certain to update your RN license, if needed and ensure 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 collaborated with your recruiter to find a number of assignments you have an interest in you should be ready for a telephone or Skype interview with your employers of interest. During the interview, you should inquire about things of importance to you like scheduling, patient to nurse ratios, required skills, and so forth.

Your State RN License

Getting an RN license in a particular state can commence prior to having an assignment lined up. If you have several states where you are contemplating 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 other states will rapidly process RN license applications, often in a few days.

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

The licensing procedure will be straightforward if you are from a state that is part of the 25 state RN Licensure Compact. This provides nurses the ability to work in any state that is a member of the Compact. Get advice from your recruiter regarding the licensure process in your state of interest. There are experts who know a lot about RN licensing procedures who will help you.

Specialty Experience

Each medical center has its own policy, but in most instances you necessitate a year or more of solid experience in the area you specialize to be considered.

Prerequisites are different for individual medical centers, but most often you can start the application process when you have a year of clinical experience.

Be aware that several areas of practice, like Cardiac ICU and Psychiatry may require greater than two years of experience.

Flexibility

Coupled with your skills and expertise it is imperative that you have the ability to be flexible. This trait is a crucial component of being a successful travel nurse.

You should be amenable to various types of hospital practices, procedures, and locations so you can obtain additional skills as part of your travel experience.

Even though your first selection could have been a position in Hawaii, you shouldn't allow a very good opportunity in a different location slip away. Most contracts have a duration of thirteen weeks, so you can always try a different location after the assignment is completed.

Clinical References

Having your references available is a vital component of applying for a travel nurse job and you should ensure you have several of them prior to your job application. References are needed to confirm your clinical skills, most of the time three references will be enough.

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

After your references and skills set have been addresses we can start looking for assignments that match your requirements. After you have decided to take a position, we will assist you with any added requirements that need to be addressed, such as drug screening.

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