Registered Nurse RN-PCU-Progressive Care Unit jobs in Charleston, WV


Certification
RN-Registered Nurse
Specialty
RN-PCU-Progressive Care Unit
Location
Charleston, West Virginia
Jobs Available
21
Job Type
Contract

Description
Applicants for this position must have at least 2 years of experience in a hospital setting as a Progressive Care Unit RN.
We desire a Registered Nurse who has Progressive Care Unit RN specialization and will take a job in Charleston, West Virginia. This assignment requires that the applicant travel to the designated city. The compensation for this assignment will include travel expenses and be much greater than a local nursing assignment. Our client is seeking an applicant with experience who is able to begin as soon as possible, which means that we need qualified people to swiftly begin our electronic on-boarding process. Please click the apply button to get started at once. We are sure that you will find the Voyage process to be the most organized and professional process in the industry.

This position might also be an excellent opportunity for nurses looking for an assignment close to Saint Albans, Hurricane, Elkview, Dunbar and Nitro.

Travelers can experience an adaptable schedule, freedom to choose from a number of assignments and adventure. Travel nurses can select their job location and hospital, and they secure an opportunity to work in exotic locations at prestigious medical centers. Since quite a few nurses are trying to find a quality life style, the capacity to choose is crucial. To a great 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 have intentions to continue traveling for quite a while.

If you are an RN find a career that provides a flexible schedule, great pay and benefits, and the freedom to explore the country, then travel nursing may be the ideal opportunity for you. What steps must you take to begin a travel nurse career?

Get Prepared For The Steps In The Process

Before getting started with your travel career you should do some planning. Be certain to update your RN license, if needed and make sure 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 locate several positions that pique your interest 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 in regard to concerns of importance to you, such as mandatory skills or certifications, scheduling policy, over-time policy, and any other issues that you are cognizant of.

RN License Per State

Getting an RN license in a particular state can begin before having an assignment lined up. If you have several states where you are considering 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 quickly process RN license applications, often in a few days.

In some states you can get your RN license right away by visiting the nursing board of the state.

The licensing procedure will be straightforward if you live in a state that has joined the 25 state RN Licensure Compact. This gives nurses the ability to work in any state that is a member of the Compact. Your recruiter will give you a hand in obtaining a license in the state of your choosing. There are specialists who know a lot about RN licensing procedures who will give you a hand.

Specialty Experience

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

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

Be aware that some specializations, like Cardiac ICU and Psychiatry may necessitate more than two years of experience.

Adaptability

In addition to your clinical experience and skills it is crucial that you are able to easily adapt to various locations and scenarios. This is surely an important prerequisite to be a successful traveler.

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

Even though your first choice may have been an assignment in Hawaii, you shouldn't allow an excellent opportunity in a different location slip away. Many contracts have a duration of thirteen weeks, so you can always attempt a different location after the assignment is completed.

Skills Checklist and References

A important portion of your application is your set of clinical references, and you should make sure they are readily available prior to the time you apply for a job. References are needed to verify your skill set, in most cases three references will be enough.

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

Once your recruiter has your skills set and references she can start to look for contracts that are suitable for your skills. After you have decided to take an assignment, we will give you a hand with any additional requirements that need to be addressed, like drug screening.

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