Applicants for this position must have at least 2 years of experience in a hospital setting as an Oncology (Bluesky) RN.
We require a Registered Nurse who has Oncology (Bluesky) RN specialization and will work in Wichita, Kansas. This assignment requires travel to the designated city. The compensation for this assignment will include travel expenses and be much more than a local nursing assignment. Our client is looking for an applicant with experience who can begin soon, which means that we need qualified nurses to swiftly start our electronic on-boarding process. You can begin our application process by clicking on the green "Apply Now" button displayed above. You will find out that the Voyage application process is the most efficient, professional, and organized process you have seen in the travel industry.
This opportunity may also be a very good fit for applicants looking for a job near Derby, Augusta, Haysville, Andover and Valley Center.
Travel nursing provides you with adventure, numerous possibilities, and flexibility. Travel nurses can select their job location and hospital, and they obtain a chance to work in exotic locations at prestigious hospitals. This freedom of choice is important today, with more people mentioning quality of life as their top priority. To a large extent, travel nurses have the ability to be in control of their schedule. A large number of our travelers have been working in travel nursing in excess of 10 years and intend to continue traveling for quite some time.
If you are a nurse looking for a career that provides a flexible schedule, great pay and benefits, and the freedom to explore the country, then travel nursing could be the ideal opportunity for you. So how can you commence?
Prepare For The Various Process StepsPrior to starting your travel career you should do several planning. Ensure that your RN license is up to date along with your immunization and health records. You should have a resume that shows your recent nursing experience and skills, along with your references and their contact data.
Once you have identified a number of assignments you are interested in, your recruiter will submit you for them and you can get ready for the interview process. As part of the interview process you should ask questions with respect to issues of importance to you, like mandatory skills or certifications, scheduling policy, over-time policy, and any other concerns that come to mind.
RN License Per StateAcquiring your state RN license for an individual state may begin before you have found an assignment. If there is a state that you want to work in, you may start the licensing procedure apriori. 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.
There are several states where you can get your RN license in one day, simply by showing up at the state nursing board directly.
The licensing process will be straightforward if you live in a state that is part of the 25 state RN Licensure Compact. This gives nurses the ability to work in any state that is a member of the Compact. Get advice from your recruiter in regard to the licensure procedure in your state of interest. There are experts who know a lot about RN licensing procedures who will give you a hand.
Specialty Experience Each facility has its own policy, but in most instances you need a year or more of solid experience in the area you specialize to be under consideration for the position.
Even though prerequisites vary between facilities, you can start to apply for travel positions when you have a year of continuous experience.
Be aware that some specializations, such as Cardiac ICU and Psychiatry may necessitate greater than two years of experience.
FlexibilityIn addition to your clinical experience and skills it is vital that you are able to readily adapt to different locations and situations. This trait is an important part of becoming a successful travel nurse.
It's important to be open to differing operating procedures, new locations, and facilities and to be flexible so you can incorporate new skills and concepts into your clinical skill set.
Even though your first choice may have been a job in Hawaii, you shouldn't allow an excellent opportunity in a different location slip away. The majority of jobs have a length of thirteen weeks, so you can always attempt a different location after the assignment is completed.
Clinical References A crucial 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 validated by your references, normally you should at least have three of them.
In most instances a travel nurse will have to fill out a checklist of skills in commensurate with their specialty..
After 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 assist you with any additional prerequisites that must be addressed, such as drug screening.