Registered Nurse RN-ER-Emergency Department jobs in Fort Myers, FL


Certification
RN-Registered Nurse
Specialty
RN-ER-Emergency Department
Location
Fort Myers, Florida
Jobs Available
24
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 trying to find an RN-Registered Nurse who possesses an Emergency Department RN specialization willing to travel to Fort Myers, Florida. This task has a requirement that the applicant travel as the assignment is not local - pay for this job will include travel and be quite a bit higher than a local Nursing assignment. Our client is seeking an applicant with experience who is able to start soon, which means that we are in need of talented nurses to quickly start working on our electronic on-boarding process. Please click the apply button to get started immediately. We are certain that you will locate the Voyage procedure to be the most organized and professional process in the industry.

This position could also be a great job for individuals trying to find an assignment close to Cape Coral, North Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, Lehigh Acres and Fort Myers Beach.

Travel nursing provides adventure, numerous choices, and flexibility. Our nurses can select a facility and geographic location that is their preference and have the opportunity to work in prestigious hospitals. This freedom of choice is of great value today, with more people citing quality of life as their highest priority. To a large extent, travel nurses have the ability to be in control of their schedule. Interviews with long time travel nurse have discovered that a significant proportion of them have been travelling for over ten years, and plan on continuing with their travel nurse career.

If you are a medical professional who is trying to find a very good 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 several preparation is needed. Ensure that your RN license is up to date along with your immunization and health records. Your resume should highlight your nursing skills and experience and you should have several reference who can be easily contacted to vouch for you.

After you have worked with your recruiter to locate several assignments you have an interest in you should be prepared for a telephone or Skype interview with your employers of interest. During the interview, you should ask about things of importance to you like scheduling, patient to nurse ratios, mandatory skills, and so forth.

RN License Per State

Acquiring your state RN license for an individual state may begin before you have found an assignment. If you have a few states where you are giving consideration to working you can begin the licensure process beforehand. Several states take up to two months to process, such as, New York, New Jersey, and California. Other states my process your application very rapidly, normally within a week or less. Many additional states will swiftly 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 getting an RN license will be much more straightforward if you have a license in a state that is part of the Nurse Licensure Compact, that has 25 states as members. This compact permits nurses to practice in any of the 25 compact states. Your recruiter will give you a hand in getting a license in the state of your choosing. Voyage has licensing specialists who will assist you.

Specialty Experience

It can be different between clients, however, in the majority of instances you need to have at least one full year of work experience in your area of specialization to apply.

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 several specialties, such as Cardiac ICU and Psychiatry may necessitate greater than two years of experience.

Versatility

Along with your skills and expertise it is imperative that you have the ability to be flexible. This is surely a vital requirement to be a successful traveler.

It's important to be open to different operating procedures, new locations, and facilities and to be flexible so you can incorporate new skills and ideas into your clinical skill set.

Although your first selection may have been a job in Hawaii, you shouldn't allow a very good opportunity in a different location slip away. Most of the time your contract will be for 13 weeks, making it simple to try a number of cities within an one year time frame.

Skills Checklist and References

Having your references available is a vital portion of applying for a travel nurse assignment and you should make sure you have several of them before your job application. Your clinical skill set can be confirmed by your references, in most cases you should at least have three of them.

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

Once your recruiter has your skills set and references she can start to search for contracts that are suitable for your skills. After you have decided to accept a job, we will help you with any added prerequisites that need to be addressed, such as drug screening.

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